“No shame, but not far”: Costag and Mignalet look back at the match against the Netherlands

"Pas la honte mais pas loin": Castagne et Mignolet reviennent sur la déroute contre les Pays-Bas

After Friday’s correction, Timothy Castagne spoke out against the illness.

After a Saturday intended for scrubbing, Roberto Martinez released the Devils to offer a free weekend with family. Sunday’s press conference was canceled, and the Belgians met at the National Technology Center in Tubis on Monday afternoon, with some supporters waiting for them at the entrance.

The event was not updated due to the defeat against the Netherlands, as newspapers were warned of a change in schedule until Friday afternoon. The idea of ​​sending everyone home was not questioned, Friday evening or Saturday morning, so everyone could reflect on the defeat, what went wrong.

Timothy Castagne and Simon Mignalett were the two players named for Monday’s press conference, and while the Club Brug goalkeeper was very neutral in his analysis, the Lester defender had some strong words. “If we want to call ourselves No. 1 (World), You can never play a game like that. We had no intensity and no aggression. We should look in the mirror at each other and do everything we can to prevent it from happening again.

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