PSV gets rid of Go Ahead Eagles after red card and notes five-hitter

PSV has also managed to win its second Eredivisie game of the season. On a visit to Go Ahead Eagles, Ruud van Nistelrooijs team had done the job for rest: 2-5.
PSV started in Deventer without Joey Veerman and Guus Til, among others. Young people Richard Ledezma, Xavi Simons and Fredrik Oppegard were given the opportunity to show themselves. The first and best chance was a hit for the people of Eindhoven. A well-broached cross by Cody Gakpo was valued by Luuk de Jong, who opened his Eredivisie account with it.
For a long time, PSV could not enjoy the lead, as Isac Lidberg took care of the equaliser after fifteen minutes. Gakpo lost an air duel to Mats Deijl, who served the completely detached Swede. Deijl showed his lesser side a little later. A hard charge on Ledezma earned him the red card. For the American midfielder, it meant the end of the game.
With ten people, Go Ahead was no longer involved. Even before the break, PSV was able to express the difference in numbers through Simons and Armando Obispo. In the second act, the game image remained the same and the Deventer team was pushed back to far in its own half. Simons seemed to take care of the final chord fifteen minutes before a counter, although Go Ahead did something back through Oliver Edvardsen. Lidberg even thought to make the 3-4, but arbitrator Danny Makkelie had seen an offence. While Go Ahead thought to make the PSV difficult in the final phase, the people of Eindhoven put an end to that illusion two minutes before time. Veerman completed a customized cross by Phillipp Mene cold-blooded.
Gakpo and De Jong were taken to the side at halftime and also for Ibrahim Sangaré the game ended shortly after the break. Van Nistelrooij gave his important links rest in the run-up to the clash against Rangers FC next Tuesday. The people of Eindhoven first take office at Ibrox, a week later the return awaits.

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