NAC Breda this evening in the Premier league with a spectacular duel with sc Heerenveen won. The Brabanders were in the Rat Verlegh Stadium 4-2 to strong for the Marbles, that the match with nine men ended.
Mitchell to Peace and Mikhail Rosheuvel scored both twice on behalf of NAC. At Heerenveen were Ben Rienstra and Mitchell of Mountains is accurate.
Rienstra and Yuki Kobayashi were in the first half from the field is sent to the visitors. Heerenveen coach Jan Olde Riekerink was also resting, red, referee Jochem Kamphuis.
The victory increased number seventeen NAC the lead on hekkensluiter The County. The Bredanaars have four points more than the Doetinchemmers, that Sunday Vitesse received. Heerenveen occupied the tenth spot.
Heerenveen after fifteen minutes with ten man further
To Peace opened in the sixth minute the score for NAC by a cross from Greg Leigh. The home side could not long enjoy the advantage, because five minutes later Wigan again alongside via Rienstra, that at a corner kick scored off a klutssituatie.
Rienstra was a few minutes after his hit sent off the field after a tough offense To Peace. Despite the ondertalsituatie came the Marbles on the lead through a wonderful shot distance of Mountains.
Even before peace had to Heerenveen even with nine men further. Just before the break had Kobayashi to leave the field, after he hard, came sliding on Mounir El Allouchi.
NAC runs behind in the second half to
In the second half, and turned to STOKE the disadvantage to an advantage. After one hour of play led To Peace, again on the reference to Leigh, for the equalizer.
Directly after, kreef Olde Riekerink for the second time in the match yellow because of comments on the arbitration. The coach had to order the stand up.
More than twenty minutes for concerned Rosheuvel the home team the lead. The attacker searched the area past goalkeeper Warner Hahn with a hard shot. Seven minutes later, certain Rosheuvel with a rake header also the end position.
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