AZ is number 2 PSV approached to two points. The team of trainer Pascal Jansen won in his own house with 4-2 from competitor Feyenoord and is on the way to successfully complete the poorly started season.
And that AZ would keep the three points in its own house, it didnt look like that for a long time. Certainly not for rest, when the Rotterdammers finished 45 minutes fine. In that, the formation of Dick Lawyer even came twice ahead.
The first time in the opening phase, when Marcos Senesi entered a fine front of Steven Berghuis at the second pole. A quarter of an hour later, AZ set the stand again, after Calvin Stengs brought Myron Boadu into the depth. There seemed to be little to make for the rush hour, but his shot changed by Senesi was goalkeeper Justin Bijlow too powerful.
The goalie was fit enough to take a seat under the Rotterdam bar and saw how his colleague on the other side was partly to blame for the fact that Feyenoord was once again in the lead. A deep ball was recaptured by Bruno Martins Indi on Marco Bizot, who had just taken a few steps to the side. Luis Sinisterra was there like the chickens to slip into the ball.
A splitting pass by Owen Wijndal, however, ensured that both teams would rest with an equal stand. The ball of the left back allowed Boadu to slip into the 2-2. In the middle of the second half of the second half, the weak defending of Feyenoord even allowed Boadu to lead AZ for the first time in the race.
And bad ball of Bijlow at Leroy Fer was sent by Fredrik Midchø straight back to Boadu, who made no mistake free for Bijlow. It meant the first hattrick of the AZ striker in the Eredivisie. A penalty used by Teun Koopmeiners gave AZs victory not much later. Referee Björn Kuipers waited a moment for the advantage after Fer Wijndal had laid down, but after Albert Gudmundsson had shot next to the ball was still on the spot.
In het heenduel in De Kuip Koopmeiners still missed, but on his birthday he shot flawlessly. Feyenoord was unable to force another final offensive and (due to Vitesses win on Saturday) dropped to fifth place.
View here the results and stand in the Eredivisie