Leader PSV put NAC Breda in their own homes, with ample figures to the side

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PSV is still on schedule for the 24th national championship in the clubhistorie. The Locals were Saturday in your own home with 5-1 too strong for NAC Breda.

Halfway through, it was 1-0 by a used penalty kick from Marco van Ginkel. After peace was by an own goal from NAC-attacker Sadiq Umar 2-0, did the same Umar something back, but it was PSV, thanks to Luuk de Jong, Steven Bergwijn and substitute Gaston Pereiro.

By the victory at NAC is the margin of PSV compared to its competitor, Ajax ten points. The Amsterdammers play Sunday at 14.30 still out against FC Groningen.

NAC, that to the match against PSV eleven points from seven duels had caught, in the last five speelrondes still on the bucket to stay away from the last three places. The hole to number sixteen of Roda JC, earlier on Saturday at Vitesse has won four points.

Next week wait for the PSV coach Phillip Cocu a paper tricky away game against number three AZ. NAC will play at home against Vitesse.

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PSV had, initially, it will be difficult to NAC, that is not going to be won wanted to give in the Philips Stadium. The first kansjes still were for the home team through, among others, Van Ginkel and Bart Ramselaar.

During the course of the first half took the preponderance of PSV and became increasingly busier for the purpose of NAC goalkeeper Nigel Bertrams. The Young was twice dangerous, Hirving Lozano shot over, Jorrit Hendrix hit the crossbar and Bertrams had to intervene when a shot from Bergwijn.

The odds proved to be a harbinger for the opening goal, in the 37th minute. PSV got from referee Pol van Boekel a penalty kick after a blatant violation of Pablo Mari on The Young and captain Van Ginkel remained cool from eleven metres.

Own goal

In the second half was the first opportunity, on behalf of NAC for Thierry Ambrose, but scored PSV again. From a corner kick seemed to be Daniel Schwaab touch to headlines, but it was Umar that the ball in his own goal worked.

That seemed to be the contest in Eindhoven in the game, but NAC came five minutes later, back in the race thanks to a blunder by Nicolas Isimat-Mirin. The defender slid the ball in to the feet of Umar, that eye-to-eye with goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet graduated.

NAC drew hope from the hit, was also imminent, but was due to sloppy played attacks never really in the near of the equalizer.

The battle-weary crew of the suspended Stijn Vreven had to be in the final even three times a goal collection. De Jong scored after a corner, substitute Pereiro took beautifully to the far corner and Bergwijn lap touch via NAC defender Karol Mets.

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