Ajax on report: one pass, lowest figures for Tadic and Schreuder

Ajax suffered a dazzling defeat in the Champions League on Tuesday evening. Napoli was too strong in the Johan Cruijff Arena at 1-6. VoetbalPrimeur reports on a painful evening.
Remko Pasveer – 5: the acclaimed goalkeeper of Ajax – and Orange – had one of his toughest nights under the Amsterdam bar. Pasveer did not go free several times, with his error for 1-4 as the low point.
Devyne Rensch – 4: Facing Napoli seasoning Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, Rensch did not come into his game for a moment. It is painful to see how moderately Ajaxs right-back anticipates ball loss.
Jurriën Timber – 5: Due to his early yellow card, Timber played with the handbrake on most of the game. Nevertheless, he was the only Ajax defender who still had a bit of order.
Calvin Bassey – 4.5: In big games, Bassey turns out to be a lot less than predecessor Lisandro Martínez. That is no shame, but the Nigerian was often opposed to Napoli.
Daley Blind – 4.5: started the evening very brightly and played a good role in the run-up to the Ajax goal. Then the bad news: Blind was overrun by his opponents and once again let himself knock at the second post.
Edson Álvarez – 5: His frantic efforts to keep Ajax together failed hopelessly. It wasn
t a move either. At Napolis 1-3, just before the break, Álvarez lost a duel and was immediately completely open.
Kenneth Taylor – 6: The exception to the rule. Taylor withdrew from the Ajax malaise, especially in the first half, and was the only one who was able to cope with the level.
Steven Berghuis – 4.5: lost in midfield. Berghuis couldn
t leave his mark for a moment. The game simply passed him by ninety minutes.
Dusan Tadic – 3: whats up with the great leader of Ajax? Tadic was completely invisible and if he did receive the ball once, he did nothing with it. As if things couldnt get worse, Tadic also got red.
Mohammed Kudus – 5: We cant ignore that he scored again, just like in the first two Champions League games, but Kudus made a further stray impression. While playing football, he adds very little.
Steven Bergwijn – 5: When Ajax became dangerous, Bergwijn was usually involved. In the second half, however, the record purchase rarely gave a sign of life.
Invaders Davy Klaassen – x: fell in for Taylor in the 72nd minute and played too short for a review.Brian Brobbey – x: fell in for Berghuis in the 72nd minute and played too short for a rating.Florian Grillitsch – x: fell in for Timber in the 80th minute and played too short for a Review.youri Baas – x: fell in for Rensch in the 84th minute and played too short for a review.
Alfred Schreuder – 3: The Ajax trainer is not to be envied, but does not make it easy for himself either. Only after 72 minutes did Schreuder intervene while his team was being slaughtered. In the Johan Cruijff Arena, the first supporters were already waving white tissues…