AZ laboriously over FC Lienden, Sparta, beating FC Dordrecht
AZ has Wednesday with a tough victory at FC Lienden (4-1) in the second round of the KNVB cup is reached. Sparta Rotterdam was dealing with FC Dordrecht: 3-1.
AZ got on Sports The Abdijhof the necessary opposition of the club from the Second Division. Not until the 37th minute did Muamer Tankovic the visitors ‘ lead.
The team of coach Hans Kraay junior weerde, however, very brave and came in the 65th alongside. Mohammed Bendadi cared for the equalizer. Iliass Bel Hassani restored the lead, however, all rap.
The Alkmaarders walked only in the final stage. First made Bel Hassani with his second hit of the night for the 3-1, and then Robert Mühren in stoppage time the final score at 4-1.
Sparta was actually all for peace finished with FC Dordrecht. Mart Dijkstra opened the score in the 35th minute, after which Thomas Verhaar and Joel Thomas (own goal) the lead to 3-0 lands.
Alvind Daniels did after an hour back on for the guests, but despite a red card for Verhaar (two times yellow) came in the victory of Sparta is not in danger.
Former cup winner PEC Zwolle had little trouble with the amateurs of DVS’33 Ermelo. Nicolai Brock-Madsen scored twice in the 4-0 win duel.
Bram from Poland and Anass Achahbar made the other two goals for the team of trainer Ron Jans. Kay Velda has saved the honor for DVS’33 in the slot.
Also the necessary amateurploegen qualified for the second round. So surprised Spakenburg First Divisionist Fortuna Sittard 2-1.
ASWH knocked in Groesbreek The Matches with 3-0. VVSB last year, yet surprisingly in the semi-finals, after a big win at Achilles Veen: 1-4.
Katwijk, was for private audience with 2-1 too strong for Harkemase Boys, while Koninklijke HFC by as much as 6-1 whisk gave to OJC Rosmalen. UNA won with a minimal difference of Houses: 1-0.
Dongen seemed to be against Go Ahead Eagles early in the evening on the way to a surprise. The team came up with 1-0, but saw the team from the First Division in the slotkwartier order.
By goals of Xandro Schenk, Kenny Teijsse and Sam Hendriks ran the team from Deventer to 3-1.