Alexander Isak filmed the Willem II Dutch Cup final tonight.
First, he made a semi-final meeting for the extension – and then he lowered AZ with the decisive goal of punishment.
In January, former AIK talent Alexander Isak was loaned from Borussia Dortmund Willem II Dutch Eredivisie. Isak had to jump to his first game and then followed to reach four more, starting in the league. Tonight Isak played again from the beginning, but this time against AZ Alkmaar in the semi-finals in the Dutch Cup.
The striker then found the net again, but only in the second half to 1-1. Isak got a couple of meters from the penalty area, went ahead and shot the ball into the left foot. Then Willem II continued to move forward, but the team did not receive any dividends, and the meeting continued and was ultimately punished.
There was a big drama there. Willem goalkeeper Timon Wellenretuher began to save AZ's first three penalties, while Willem set a penalty and didn't answer one. Isak had to fight with Willem's third penalty and then cooled down by simply placing the ball in the target 2-0. When AZ punished and did not respond, the case was closed.
Isak came with his teammates and fans who rushed to the plan, noting that Willem was ready for the club's first cup final in 14 years.
– William II (@WillemII) February 28, 2019