Tiger Fight, October 7th. A few days ago, Liverpool player Van Dyke talked about the difficult moment of winning the Premier League title in an interview with the BBC podcast.
Van Dyke said: "I think it's difficult to stay ahead. Everyone wants to see you fall when you reach the top, especially now, but this is life."
"For me, I want to give everything I have until the moment of retirement, and then I have no regrets. I don't want to have any regrets afterwards. I think regret is the worst feeling. The challenging times will be Coming, we are the defending champions, we should enjoy this moment and continue to fight for it."
"Whether it is a difficult moment in the game or a moment when the team performs well in the game, fans can play an important role. When you lose a ball, the fans will encourage you; when you score a goal, they will do to the opponent. Pressure makes it harder for the opponent to kick."
“It’s the same for everyone, but it’s especially true for us. Everyone knows how difficult it will be to play against Liverpool at Anfield with the support of the fans. We hope that the situation of the epidemic will change as soon as possible. Need support from fans."
"With the support of the fans, our performance at home will improve. When you play away, the opposing fans will put pressure on you-but I like this. Sometimes this pressure will give you motivation You get better, this is something I enjoy and miss very much."
"To be successful, you need a little luck, but you also need to work hard and commit to your goals. You have to believe in yourself-if you don't believe in yourself, no one will believe in you."
"You have to set short-term goals for yourself, you can have dreams, and never stop chasing dreams, because anything is possible. You have to enjoy the process of life, as well as the low ebbs, ups and downs, because of these negative Things make you too."
"I have experienced many things in my life, but it is these experiences that made me who I am today. You have to give everything, believe in yourself, and never give up."