Nicolai Jørgensen was pulled out after 84 minutes, when Feyenoord had the visit of FC Utrecht on Sunday afternoon, and the disposition of the head coach Dick Advocaat was not well received by the former Danish national team player.
the Attacker aired its dissatisfaction with being picked off at a time when the Rotterdam club were chasing a crucial goal to 2-1, which would allow the home team the three points.
When I was active soccer player, I was also not pleased when I was switched out. He is angry, I understand. He said: 'I'm attacking, I will score goals'. I replied: 'So you should have shown it', says Dick Advocaat to Fox Sports and adds:
It was a quarrel between a player and the coach. Afterwards he came up to me and said sorry. He is a sweet boy.
Feyenoord had not scored the decisive goal in the final minutes, and the showdown against FC Utrecht ended, therefore, 1-1. The result leaves danskerklubben in fourth place in the Æresdivisionen with five points up to league leaders AFC Ajax.
Nicolai Jørgensen has scored a single league goal for Feyenoord this season.
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