Low Ajax report figures

Ajax also lost the Champions League match against Napoli on Wednesday evening by large numbers (4-2). VoetbalPrimeur reports on a hopeless evening in Italy.
Remko Pasveer – 5.5: Four days after his mistake against FC Volendam, the goals flew around his ears again. This time, Pasveer couldnt help it, although – with the World Cup in mind – he would have liked to stop the penalty.
Jorge Sánchez – 4: Napoli seasoning Kvicha Kvaratskhelia is better than Sánchez, we dare to make that conclusion. The Mexican debuted in the base, had nothing to say and was put out of his misery after more than an hour of play.
Jurriën Timber – 5.5: Just when Ajax seemed to get a little better in the game, Timber got the ball shot against his arm from half a meter away. It gave Napoli a penalty and – ultimately – the three points.
Daley Blind – 4: Ajax has a big problem in the back. Blind can still mask its defensive flaws in the Premier League, but the reality on the European stage is more unruly. His unforgivable mistake with the 4-2 goes around the world.
Calvin Bassey – 5: Another blemish on the crowd favorite
s blazon. Bassey was horrified by the quick opening goal, made by his direct opponent Hirving Lozano. However, the left back provided the assist on Klaassen.
Edson Álvarez – 5.5: Tonight, Álvarez will wake up again from a nightmare about Piotr Zielinski. The Pole was clearly in control of the Mexican. In the second half, the Ajacied had a bit more grip.
Kenneth Taylor – 6: started off driven and picked up the first yellow card, but it wasnt his evening. The midfielder couldnt make a difference at the ball and was kicked out of the game by Napoli substitute Tanguy Ndombele.
Davy Klaassen – 6: As a substitute, he already scored in Volendam and on Wednesday evening, Klaassen did the same as a base player in Naples. However, Mister 1-0 is in few ways real Champions League material.
Steven Berghuis – 6.5: it wasnt Berghuiss fault. The right winger of Ajax had an eye for the spaces that were actually there, and scored almost with a flaming long shot in the first half.
Mohammed Kudus – 3: Kudus seems to be done at the tip of the attack now. Of course, he scores regularly, but the Ghanaian is not a striker. If Kudus is in the midfield, he is at least less likely to be sidelined.
Steven Bergwijn – 6: With a number of good actions, Bergwijn made something of it, but it all paid off. It is important for the Dutch international to turn its frustrations into something positive.
Invaders Florian Grillitsch – x: fell in for Taylor after 64 minutes and played too short for a review.Brian Brobbey – x: fell in for Kudus after 64 minutes and played too short for a review.Youri Boss – x: fell in for Sánchez after 64 minutes and played too short for a review.Lucas Ocampos: – x: fell in for Mountain Wine after 83 minutes and played too short for a review. Francisco Conceição: fell in for Berghuis after 83 minutes and played too short for an assessment.
Alfred Schreuder – 5: The pressure on his shoulder is getting heavier and heavier. Youre almost going to wonder if Schreuder hates switching. Once again, the trainer only intervened after more than an hour of play.