The 26-year-old started Eintracht Frankfurt’s game against Mainz, but he only played for 45 minutes.
Mario Gotze scored the golden goal in the 72nd minute to seal the win for the 2022 Europa League winners.
In this game, the home team had 56% of the ball and 11 shots, while the away team only had seven.
Van de Beek hasn’t had much of an effect in Germany so far, and tonight’s game was no different.
The former Ajax player had another boring game, and Sofascore gave him a score of 6.5.
When he came back and played further forward on the right wing, the Dutchman didn’t make any scoring contributions.
Van de Beek didn’t take any shots, have any shots stopped, or try to dribble the ball.
Also, the player didn’t do much in the game other than pass the ball. During his entire time on the field, the United player only had 14 touches and eight passes, but only five of them went through.
The Dutch player was also not very careful with the ball and lost it six times during the game.
The 26-year-old played a little more defensively. He blocked one shot and made one stop.
Still, the former Ajax player can’t seem to make a difference, even though he’s in a different place.
The player from Nijkerkerveen has been allowed three straight starts to prove his worth, but he hasn’t made much of an impact on his new team. Van de Beek’s tendency to hide during games was one of the things that people at Manchester United most often said was wrong with him.
It looks like his ghost effects are still very much alive and well in the Bundesliga.
With the win, Frankfurt is now only two points behind the spots in the Champions League. Next for Die Adler is a trip to Koln next Saturday. Van de Beek hopes that this will be the start of his job in Germany. His job could be going away right in front of his eyes if he doesn’t.