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Eredivisie: Ajax, Feyenoord and PSV score full points on Matchday 1

PSV Eindhoven gets a boost before their UEFA Champions League qualification match against AS Monaco.

Milanstraat: Eredivisie is off to a great start after great cation on Matchday 1. The table toppers of the 2021-22 season Ajax, Feyenoord, and PSV all won their respective matches Ajax defeated Fortuna Sittard while Feyenoord sent Vitesse packing. PSV Eindhoven on the other hand routed FC Emmen for a comfortable victory

PSV Eindhoven goes to the top of the table after a comfortable victory

Eindhoven: PSV Eindhoven overcame FC Emmen by 4-1 before their clash against AS Monaco. The victory was a surge for the players who will play for a spot in the UEFA Champions League.

Johan Bakayoko embracing his teammate after scoring his first goal for PSV Eindhoven

PSV Eindhoven took the lead in the 18th minute. New signing Xavi Simmons put Johan Bakayoko to goal earning their first goal of the season. The Dutch second-runners-up of the 2021-2022 season extended their lead with Maikel Kieftenbeld scoring an own goal.

Cody Gakpo scored the last two goals, extending the lead of PSV. The 23-year-old shook the net just before halftime and in the 53rd minute. FC Emmen scored the consolation goal nine minutes late with Ole Romeny striking it past the PSV Goalkeeper.

PSV did not put any more hard effort into the match. They rotated their players in order to keep them well and fresh for the AS Monaco clash.

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Ajax starts its title defense with a win over Fortuna Sittard

Milanstraat: Ajax started their 2022-2024 campaign with a victory over Fortuna Sittard. Unlike Feyenoord and PSV, Ajax did not have the easiest of victories.

Fortuna Sittard opened the account very early into the match with Paul Gladdon finding the net in the 6th minute. Ajax controlled the ball all throughout the first half but could not put it past the goalkeeper. The defending champions equalized at the 48th minute with Kenneth Taylor.

Devyne Rensch turned around again within minutes putting Ajax ahead at the 53rd minute. Brian Brobbey extended the lead soon enough with an assist from Dusan Tadic. Sittard cut the gap with Yilmaaz shooting a free kick directly into the white hoops. Ajax won the match 3-2 at the end of the day.

Feyenoord comes out on top in a 7-goal match

The 2016 champions celebrated the start of the season in style. Feyenoord defeated Vittese in 5-2 match. Vitesse started the goal rush in the 20th minute with Manhoef. The south-eastern Dutch team scored once again in the 53rd minute.

Feyenoord started the account with an equalizer at the 31st minute. Danilo extended the lead by 2-1 just before halftime. Javairo Dilrosun scored the next at the 60th minute making the score 3-2.

Danilo scored his second goal of the day in the 66th minute. Lutsharel Gertrude extended their lead to three within three minutes. With that, Feyenoord opened the season to a wonderful start.

Apart from Ajax, Feyenoord, and PSV; AZ Alkmaar, Excelsior and Twente won their respective matches. On the Other Hand, Utrecht and Groningen had to settle for a draw. A lot of changes are expected in Eredivisie after news of major teams looking for fresh talents. Anyway, we hope for more action and popcorn.

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