Ajax did not raise its head. After two consecutive draws, this Sunday they suffered their first defeat in the Eredevisie against Twente (3-1) and fell to 12th place in the standings with 5 points and 7 behind the leader PSV Eindhoven. Although it has a game in hand, the historic Amsterdam team is 7 points away
Twente, who lead PSV and AZ Alkmaar, all three with 12 points after day five, got victory back on track soon after with goals from Dean Rots (7′) and Sem Steihn (11′).
Before the break Brian Brobbey He closed the gap on the scoreboard (35′), but it was already in the final stretch Ünüvar was born (79′) he judged.
A victory in four days
Although it has a game in hand, like PSV, AZ and Twente, Amsterdam’s historic team, now led by Maurice Stein It is only two points away from the penultimate place, which gives way to the playoffs for the permanent, after winning only one of the four games it has played: 4-1 against Heracles on the first day. They then tied their visits to Excelsior (2-2) and Fortuna Sittard (0-0).
Absent from the Champions League for the first time since 2009 after finishing last season’s Eredivisie in third place, Ajax have moved some of their best players in the summer market and will debut this Thursday in the Europa League group stage against Marseille of Marcelo García Toral at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
Source: La Verdad
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