Player Report: Starters at Far Too Strong Ajax Are in the Midfield

Ajax turned out to be a buddy too big for Besiktas on Tuesday. Trainer Erik ten Hags team won 2-0 at home, but failed to step up the score further. FootbalPrimeur gives out reports again.
Remko Pasveer — 6,5: The routine really didn
t have to do any rescue. Pasveer was helped by the pole once and once by the arbitrator, but he didnt get into trouble for a moment.
Noussair Mazraoui — 6,5: The tandem on the right got less time and space this time and Mazraoui never really got into it. He didn
t do crazy things, but couldnt make his mark as the last few weeks.
Jurriën Timber — 7: Timber also didn
t give Batshuayi a chance for a long time, but the young defender also got away well. After an hour he was physically trumped by Karaman, but the arbitrator disapproved of the goal.
Lisandro Martínez — 7: Ajaxs defense stands like a home. Martínez didnt have to excel on Tuesday, but intervened on alert a few times.
Daley Blind — 7: In his fiftieth Champions League match, Blind showed that he hasnt worn out yet. The routine reads the game like no other and took advantage of it with and without a ball.
Edson Álvarez — 7.5: Vacuum cleaner, the Mexican wall, you can let go of all sorts of reflections on it, but Álvarez was often in between. He can
t think away as a defensive midfielder anymore.
Steven Berghuis — 7.5: He initially seemed somewhat unhappy in his actions, including some minor misunderstandings with teammates. However, he then shot in the 1-0 and gave the assist at the 2-0, and they are sounding numbers. After seventy minutes he was relieved by competitor Klaassen.
Ryan Gravenberch — 8: He was strong at the ball, dominantly present and he made a lot of meters. If Gravenberch was a little sharper for the goal, he could have scored twice in the opening phase as well. Despite this – especially for rest – a very strong performance.
Antony — 6,5: Besiktas had a good look at Sporting – Ajax, because Antony got a lot less space. Although he managed to become dangerous a few times, the Brazilian will have to find an answer to opponents who are attuning to him.
Sébastien Haller — 7: Playing with football remains an occasional mess, but he picked up his goal again. Haller had two more good head chances, which had been more. The striker himself also gave Tadic a great chance after a good action.
Dusan Tadic — 6,5: The captain started promising. He had a few nice actions and also led the 1-0 in. At the same time, Tadic should have made it 2-0 before rest, but he choked in the ball. He couldnt really give his good start after that a fitting sequel.
InvallersDavy Klaassen — x: Played too short for a review
David Neres — x: Played too short for a review.
TrainerErik ten Hag — 7: Ten Hag chose not to tinker with his success formation and that decision worked out well. Steven Berghuis gained the trust and repaid it with a goal and an assist. Ajax was simply a buddy too big for Besiktas.
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