PEC lashes out, Willem II loses and Pierie is the schlemic at Jong Ajax

PEC Zwolle has been vigorously shot out of the starting blocks in the Kitchen Champion Division. The degradant won a resounding victory over Telstar in his second competition game. Willem II swallowed a defeat at FC Eindhoven and Kik Pierie was the schlemic on behalf of Jong Ajax.
Telstar РPEC Zwolle 0-5PEC had a dream start in Velsen. Chardi Landu opened the score within two minutes and after nine minutes it was 0-2 through a lobe of Tolis Vellios. The Blue Fingers didnt get into trouble after that. Landu made his second and immediately after the break Luis G̦rlich struck. Thomas van den Belt took care of the final chord with his head. As a result, PEC has the full loot after two rounds of play.
FC Eindhoven – Willem II 2-1Willem II has significantly more trouble than PEC to find his way at the second level. After the tie against Jong PSV (1-1), things now also went wrong against FC Eindhoven. Evan Rottier opened the score after 23 minutes and that came hard to Willem II, who barely made a fist after that. With a change of direction shot, Daniel Crowley seemed to drag a tie out of the fire fifteen minutes before, but Pjotr Kestens put a late stop to that.
De Graafschap – VVV-Venlo 1-2De Graafschap dolf after the defeat against PEC also lost against VVV-Venlo. After a good start by the Doetinchemmers, Camiel Neghli still opened the score. Thijme Verheijen tied the score again after 38 minutes. Through a penalty from Sven Braken, VVV even took the lead. Despite frantic attempts, De Graafchap was no longer able to repair the damage.
Roda JC – Jong Ajax 1-0Kik Pierie was the schlemic at Jong Ajax, which had to take a defeat at Roda JC at the last minute. In an entertaining game, both teams were given chances, but goals were a long time coming. Pierie ended up lending Roda a helping hand — literally. The defender got the ball from his goalkeeper, but did not realize that the goal kick had already been taken. He planned to take these and picked up the ball. The arbitrator pointed to the dot and Dylan Vente took advantage.