Captain Matthijs de ligt and trainer Erik ten Hag are happy and relieved that Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Saturday for the game-winning hit made against FC Groningen (0-1). They forgive the substitute the red card.
Huntelaar scored about twenty minutes before time as a substitute and the fourth by his shirt to pull out. The experienced striker (35) got yellow and arbitrator Dennis Higler gave him just before a yellow card after a hard foul.
“It is the experience of Klaas-Jan that today makes the difference, he made us also a bit hard. But today I am happy with him,” said the nineteen-year-old The Is after the competition at FOX Sports.
“In this period of time it goes only to the three points. Of course we have away thicker won, but today I’m totally happy with it.”
Referee Dennis Higler gives Klaas-Jan Huntelaar his second yellow and so red after a violation on Samir Memisevic. (Photo: Pro Shots)
Ten Hag: “Have Huntelaar first cuddled’
At the Hag, who was fed up of the difficult game of Ajax in Groningen, spoke words of similar import. The coach confirmed that the red card for Huntelaar was unnecessarily.
“In the first instance, he did what he came for, but that, second, he must not do. I found already that he’s not off his shirt to draw, especially because he is so experienced,” he said.
“On the other hand, draws him again. He was so happy and had so much energy. You would not say that he was 35 years old. Therefore, he is here, he went to the end of something too far.”
Joy predominated, however, when At the Hag. “I have him to cuddle, because I am very happy with him. The goal was a real ‘Huntelaar-goal’, with gif. But we have him Tuesday against Vitesse have lost and that is less.”
Erik ten Hag is celebrating the victory over FC Groningen with the Ajax-players. (Photo: Pro Shots)
The Is served not to difficult game for Ajax
Ajax, that Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Champions League even for a sensation caused by Juventus to turn it off, had it very difficult in the Hitachi Capital Mobility of the Stadium and it seemed a long time at the loss of points to be heading.
“Groningen had a particular battle plan with long balls, and hence we were difficult to control. We met a few times, but they were also given a number of opportunities. We were not solid enough on the ball, but what does it matter?”, thus The Lies that the likes that the pressure is now back at PSV.
“They will also have seen that it is very difficult for us. If you still have to play, is that not good to see, though we ourselves focus on, and make sure that this kind of matches do not occur very often.”
PSV, which has three points less and has a less goal difference, will play Sunday at 16.45 pm at home against ADO Den Haag. After Sunday, there are still three speelrondes to go in the Premier league.
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