The Dutch midfielder is more than positive about her side as they plan to take on the title holders in the Women’s World Cup last
Danielle van de Donk is sure that the Netherlands can stun the United States in Sunday’s Women’s World Cup last.
The Oranje vanquished Sweden 1-0 in additional time on Wednesday evening following an overwhelming 120 minutes of football.
Presently, Van de Donk is eager to expect the longshot job when her side interpretation of the prevailing bosses the USA, who beat England 2-1 in the last four.
Alex Morgan scored the triumphant objective in that game, playing out a tea-drinking festivity, and when inquired as to whether she supposes the American has anything anticipated an objective against the Netherlands, Van de Donk was real to life in her reaction.
“I don’t believe she’s going to score against us,” the 27-year-old said.
“I think [the longshot role] is the best job you can be in. I like it. I’ve generally been the longshot.
“I think I became accustomed to it. I think they… I don’t have the foggiest idea about the English word, yet I don’t think they believe we’re that great.”
Whenever approached on the off chance that she might search for the word think little of, Van de Donk was satisfied: “Truly, much appreciated. I feel that will be a bit of leeway for us.
“On the off chance that they do [underestimate us], they do, and we’ll indicate them wrong.”
Notwithstanding winning the 2017 Euros, the Netherlands will go into the last as huge dark horses, given the No. 1 positioning of the USA and their status as title holders.
In any case, the midfielder, who plays her club football for Arsenal, sees no motivation to be threatened by the rival.
“We will substantiate ourselves and demonstrate to them what we have. We may shock them,” she said.
“I think they have things to improve also. We don’t have to take a gander at ourselves constantly.
“We simply need to take a gander at our qualities and go from that point – would prefer not to take a gander at the negatives.
“I imagine that is the means by which we approach the game.
“We didn’t generally have the easy route as we arrived through the play-offs and everything, so it wasn’t care for we qualified straight away,” Van de Donk proceeded.
“We came here the most difficult way possible and we demonstrated that we can play football and that we are great and that we are European victors, not simply anybody.
“I’m glad for the group, I’m exceptionally pleased with the Netherlands and I think we came this far too in light of the fact that we have such astounding help constantly.
“You are in the last so it’s beginning and end or nothing.
“We will be glad in any case, so we’ll give it our best attempt and all that we have.
“Whatever the outcome will be, it will flabbergast for us.”
Concerning the potential sentiment of being a best on the planet?
“That will astound!” she said.
“That is my point. That is my objective.”
The Netherlands will confront the United States in the Women’s World Cup last on Sunday 7 July, with commencement 16:00 BST at the Stade de Lyon.