FC Twente still lead Dutch Premier League

7th November 2010, Comments 0 comments


In the Dutch Premier League, PSV Eindhoven has won 1-2 in an away game against FC Utrecht thanks to two goals by Balázs Dzsudzsák. The result puts them just one point behind Premier League leader FC Twente, Both teams ended the game one man down after receiving red cards. Vitesse Arnhem drew one-all with AZ Alkmaar on Sunday. Just before the whistle Ismaïl Aissati scored the equaliser giving the Arnhem team a point. AZ thought the game was in the bag when Graziano Pellè put the ball in the net at the beginning of the second half.

Rotterdam's Feyenoord equalised with Roda JC Kerkrade at home saving the Rotterdammers from total disgrace. A goal by Roda's Mads Junker put the Rotterdam team behind early on, but PSV made up for the difference with a late goal by 18-year-old Luc Castiagnos. The team from Kerkrade in the Province of Limburg has been unbeaten in the last ten matches of the competition.

Ajax is four points behind the Premier League leader FC Twente, after losing 0-1 to ADO Den Haag at home.

Saturday On Saturday FC Twente had difficulty beating Excelsior 2-1. But the southern Dutch team is still leading the Premier League table.

SC Heerenveen beat Heracles Almelo 3-2. The Frisian team were 2-0 in the lead at half time, but Heracles managed to match the score in the second half. Unfortunately Heracles player Birger Maertens gave away an own goal to Heerenveen

FC Groningen won at home against NAC Breda 2-1. Andreas Granqvist scored all the goals, including the first one for the wrong team.

NEC Nijmegen won easily from De Graafschap 4-1, partly thanks to goals by Belgian player Björn Vleminckx.

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