Ajax on report: Haller the match winner, but also some insufficient

Ajax disappointed in the first half, but straightened its back after rest. The team of coach Erik ten Hag therefore won 1-2 at Besiktas. VoetbalPrimeur distributes report figures to the Ajax people.
Andre Onana — 7: He made his much-publicized interest rate below the bar. At the hard penalty of Rachid Ghezzal, Onana was no chance, but shortly before halftime he kept Cyle Larin off scoring. We are ten months later, but it was like the Cameroonian again.
Noussair Mazraoui — 5: With an unfortunate and strange handball, he was at the basis of the first Besiktas hit. Mazraoui was then baffled again by his opponent. It was one of his lesser performances this season.
Perr Schuurs — 6: Schuurs remained defensively, but remarkably he dropped some stitches in football. The Limburger quickly corrected that by intervening correctly.
Lisandro Martínez — 7.5: Martínez did not excel in defensive actions against the Turks, but with his contribution to both goals. Especially his brilliant pass on Tagliafico was allowed to be there, so Ajax came along.
Nicolás Tagliafico — 7: Upon his return to base, Tagliafico immediately went first in the fight again. After a good running action, the Argentine gave the assist at the 1-1 and thus underlined the words of Ten Hag that Ajax has more than eleven basic players.
Davy Klaassen — 5: He was the replacement of Edson Álvarez, but was a lot higher than the Mexican. As a result, Ajax was very vulnerable in the changeover. Things went a little better during the short moments that Klaassen stood next to Gravenberch, but often he was a step late.
Ryan Gravenberch — 5.5: Because of the absences of Álvarez, he was the controller, but that straitjacket is definitely not like a glove. As a result, midfield was sometimes overflowing. In possession of possession, he also had few surprising solutions at home.
Steven Berghuis — 6: Ajax‘s number ten had to ‘share‘ his position against Besiktas with Klaassen. That didn’t work out well, because Berghuis was hardly found before rest. In the second half, he had a lot better to his liking in the Vodafone Park.
David Neres — 5: Neres had a somewhat cautious start in Istanbul. The Brazilian later slipped past his husband a few times and gave the Daramy a big chance, but they were rare revisions. His compatriot Antony is over him in everything.
Dusan Tadic — 6.5: The Serbian captain often garnered praise for his role as a false striker in the Champions League. Against Besiktas, however, Tadic struggled to serve as a point of reference. After rest, he moved to the left, where things went better.
Mohamed Daramy — 5.5: The most menacing Ajax attacker, but also the sloppiest. Although Daramy stood out a few times with an individual action, he was particularly wild in the completion and missed three big chances. However, identifying the young asset as a scapegoat is too easy.
InvallersSébastien Haller — 8: It‘s almost impossible to believe, but he’s doing it again in the Champions League. It wasn‘t the hardest balls, but Haller already made his eighth and ninth hit in the group stage. It was a great raid anyway.
Jurriën Timber — x: Played too short for a review.
Daley Blind — x: Played too short for a review.
Devyne Rensch — x: Played too short for a review.
Kenneth Taylor — x: Played too short for a review.
TrainerErik ten Hag — 6.5: With Davy Klaassen as the replacement of Edson Álvarez, the midfield of Ajax proved particularly vulnerable. Ten Hag played with Ryan Gravenberch as the sole controller, but that wasn’
t a happy choice. In the second half, the coach did make a golden change with Sébastien Haller and the whole Ajax started to play better afterwards.