PEC Zwolle has turned the important away match at Willem II into a win. The formation of trainer John Stegeman played in the second half against ten Tricolores and made optimal use of them: 1-3.
In the first 45 minutes there was no dirt on the air for William II. The number seventeen of the Eredivisie was the better team and after ten minutes came ahead via Kwasi Wriedt, who got the ball after a solo by Vangelis Pavlidis and shot out of the turn. After that, the team of trainer Adrie Koster continued to play fresh football and it didnt seem like there would be anything to get for PEC.
Everything changed in a moment of rest. Goalscorer Wriedt unhappily stood on the ankle of Zwolle attacker Mike van Duinen, after which referee Van der Eijk sent him away with a red card. That overtal exploited PEC mercilessly in the second half. With substitute Reza Ghoochannejhad in the ranks the equalizer was sought and the Iranian himself got him to his name. He found the ball after a little hour of playing for his feet and pricked hit: 1-1.
Ten minutes later, the striker had his second and his third goal. Eliano Reijnders was the principal at the 1-2 and with twenty minutes left on the clock Reza was allowed to dock from eleven meters. Dean Huiberts was laid down by Lindon Selahi and that was expensive to him, because the invaded Reza had no pity and made it 1-3.
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Willem II did not surpassed that series of sensitive blows within 30 minutes. They tried to make something out of it, but the real belief in a result was no longer there. PEC easily reached the three-pointer and therefore rises to place eleven in the Eredivisie ranking. The lead over Willem II, which remains seventeenth and is in acute degradation, has been increased to ten points.