NAC Breda manager Stijn Vreven spoke to the NOS after his team’s 2-2 draw at home to Sparta Rotterdam.

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After seeing NAC let a 2-0 lead slip in the last twenty minutes, Vreven lamented his side dropping vital points in their first home game of the season.

Vreven said, ”We are disappointed tonight having led 2-0 and also have chances to win the game when we were 2-1 up and also at 2-2. We gave goals away and we were not sharp enough tonight.

”We sold ourselves short. We are still inexperienced at this level. We have to learn quickly because we have dropped vital points tonight.

”At this level efficiency is very important. We had our chances tonight and we did not take also defended poorly that can often result in a draw.

”We have to learn to adapt to the tempo of the Eredivisie and you must not forget that my players are young most aged 18 and 19.

”We must gain more experience in playing these types of games and keep improving as a squad and try to cut out the mistakes that we make.”

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