This is a really good analysis.
He can be brilliant. He can be frustrating. But he can win you games on his own. We have none who can unlock defenses. He can. I would love to see him here but everyone must have patience. If everything does not work out in the first few games we must have patience.
I agree.Ziyech plays like a tennis player who goes 100% full on his service, which means a lot of aces but also many double faults. With Hakim there is no middle of the road, its all or nothing.
At Ajax, the supporters in the beginning had difficulties with accepting this, and was the emphasis more on the fumbles and wrong passes. But after some time the fans started to see that the absolute brilliance and genius he displayed was worth the annoyance. So any team which plays with Ziyech has to accept this. If you try to kill Hakim's demons, his angels will die as well.
One major mistake. The fact that the fans were annoyed was because at that time he didn't switch and defended. Now he's one (if not THE) hardest worker in the squad. First one to engage pressure-mode and he makes sure everyone is following by example.
So it's not only the fans who learned to live with the risk in his play, but also his own accomplishment by changing his game and especially his approach.
I really think he's able to play at he highest level now.