Afterwards, Schreuder was calm and realistic in his analysis in front of the Ziggo Sport camera. ,,We were not good enough on the ball in the first half. When that worked, the goal came right away,” said Schreuder about Mohammed Kudus’ equalizer in the 27th minute, which was preceded by no fewer than 26 passes by his team. 10-0) The last of those ten also flew in via Joël Matip, leaving Ajax empty-handed from Anfield.

    “Of course you play against a top team. They have even more intensity than we do. The reality is that Liverpool are further ahead than us. If we were good on the ball we got control, but unfortunately that happened too little. When it gets physical, they are the parent, at corners for example. Then they are of course the better party,” said Schreuder, who now has to prepare his team for the away game at AZ on Sunday afternoon.