Romania upset as goalkeeper obstructed by trainers during Netherlands goal – Mirror Online

Borussia Dortmund star Donyell Malen made a significant impact, scoring two goals in the match against Romania. His second goal, a brilliant solo effort, generated complaints from Romania due to an incident involving the goalkeeper.

Florin Niță was seen moving a pair of trainers from his penalty area, which seemed to have been thrown from the stands. Despite his attempt to kick the footwear away, he was unable to prevent Malen’s goal.

Niță’s intervention became a topic of conversation among pundits, adding to an incident where an individual invaded the pitch in the 90th minute. Ultimately, the Netherlands advanced with ease, setting up a quarter-final meeting with either Austria or Turkey in Berlin on Saturday.

After his brace, Malen expressed his satisfaction with helping the team and the victory. Gakpo, another goalscorer, reflected on the team’s performance, emphasizing the positive reaction from the previous match.

He highlighted the importance of aggression, intensity, and defending as a team in their performance. Gakpo and Jamal Musiala are currently the joint top scorers in the Euros, with both players remaining in the tournament as front-runners.

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