Former Poland national team coach Andrzej Dawidziuk believes Derby County midfielder Krystian Bielik showed he has a big future with the Polish team, Onet Sport report.
Bielik started for Poland during their 2-1 win over Israel on Saturday.
The Derby ace missed Poland’s last two matches through injury. But, with the Pole’s already qualified, manager Jerzy Brzeczek could take a better look at his side’s younger stars.
Speaking to Onet Sport, former goalkeeper coach Dawidziuk comments on Bielik’s performance and he feels the former Arsenal man has a bright future at international level.
Bielik is slowly getting used to us in a certain style, he showed that he has inclinations to play offensive. However, he must control and evaluate the situation when he can allow himself to lead the ball individually, and when you need to speed up the game. Yesterday confirmed his value, everything indicates that in the future we will have a lot of reasons to be satisfied with him.
Derby County’s Krystian Bielik has shown his potential:
Derby signed Bielik from Arsenal for a projected £10 million fee last summer.
It was a lot of money to spent on a player who last season featured in League One for Charlton Athletic. However, he has shown glimpses of his worth.
Bielik has played both in central defence and in midfield. As a holding midfielder, he looks a far better player capable of dominating the middle third of the pitch.
According to Whoscored, he is among the top ten Championship players when it comes to winning the ball. He averages an impressive three tackles per game.
Bielik is vital for the Rams. He can win the ball and launch quick counterattacks. Moreover, he has a natural instinct to pass the ball forwards and start attacks.
His qualities have also been noted at international level. Bielik may have raised questions with his summer pre-tag, but at 21 there is no doubt his potential is huge.
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