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PSV comes loose after red card VVV

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PSV has in house recovered from the blow that Willem II (5-0) last week gave them.

Marco van Ginkel scored twice.

For your own audience, had the Locals the long difficult with the tough VVV-Venlo. After a red card for the guests broke Marco van Ginkel the game open. Finally it was 3-0. The advantage on the number Ajax is ten points. The people of Amsterdam come Sunday in action on a visit to Sparta.

PSV left a week ago Tilburg with the tail between the legs after a 5-0 defeat, and thus had what is good to do in your own home. In the first half was the team of coach Phillip Cocu, however, scarcely dangerous.

Luuk de Jong came closest to a goal. The strong headbutt of the Achterhoeker was on feline manner parried by VV-goalie Lars Unnerstall.

Hirving Lozano with a knockout.

The highlight of the first half was the applause for the VVV striker Lennart Thy. In the eleventh minute of clapping, the audience, the hands piece for the absent German. Thy received a standing ovation , because he is the life of a leukemiepatiënt trying to save.

In the second half had to VVV, within a quarter of an hour with ten man further. Ralf Seuntjens was the field with the two times yellow leave. A few minutes after that penalty was PSV very close to the openingsgoal, but Daniel Schwaab got who has headed the crossbar.

Ralf Seuntjens (on the right) must be removed.

The next big chance presented itself 25 minutes before the end. Luuk de Jong kept the overview and put Steven Bergwijn free for the keeper. Unnerstall handle re good at.

Became increasingly clear that the openingsgoal of PSV was bound to. Halfway through the second half it was touch. Marco van Ginkel frommelde the ball in it after a corner kick. The joy and relief made itself master of the fans in Eindhoven.

Ten minutes before time, was the prey within for the team of Cocu. A fine assist from Bergwijn was chosen by Hirving Lozano. Van Ginkel certain the final score from eleven metres at 3-0.

 

 

 

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