PSV on report after 5-1 profit

PSV did particularly good business in the heat of the Champions League by beating Galatasaray 5-1. Eran Zahavi crowned Man of the Match with four goals and two assists. Football Primeur handles report figures after the spectacular game.
Joël Drommel — 6: he was barely tested in his double debut (first game for PSV and European). Drommel couldn‘t do much to the goal of Galatasaray: Kilinç nodded ball in the corner and left the 24-year-old goalie no chance. At the ball Drummel was a little less sure than usual.
Phillipp Mwene — 6: For the Austrian defender, the game against Galatasaray was also his debut for PSV and in the European context. Mwene came up with a number of attacks by the Eindhoveners. He regularly did not play a major role in this. Defensively, he made one mistake, but a fatal one: due to moderately defensive work by the youth international, Ömer Bayram had all the time to produce the assist from which the 2-1 fell.
André Ramalho — 7: The Brazilian stopper came across Galatasaray, and in his first official game for PSV, Ramalho showed his defensive qualities by taking some balls well. The defender also proved that he has sufficient qualities at the ball.
Olivier Boscagli — 6: In possession of the Frenchman was sloppy than usual. Boscagli delivered some balls too easily. Defensively, the 23-year-old defender was more convincing, but one moment: by the hit of Galatasaray, he was able to cover air. As a result, Kilinç was able to hit heads in complete freedom.
Philipp Max — 6: He did not underseat his attacking urge against Galatasaray. Although Max was sometimes sloppy, his attacking impulses threatened the Turks’
s goal. However, the international of Germany also weakened PSV defense: Boscagli had to regularly move to the left flank to take over Max‘s defensive tasks.
Marco van Ginkel — 6.5: He didn’
t play a super striking match at the Philips Stadium, but Van Ginkel played an important role in the PSV midfield. The new captain kept the peace and quiet and often made good choices when building up. After a thick hour, Van Ginkel was switched.
Ibrahim Sangaré — 7: Although Sangaré is known for not having the best technique, he possessed Galatasaray well. The Ivorian did not give creative cross passes, but successfully kept it simple. Sangaré also showed himself with a number of important interceptions, as we know about him. He seemed to feel a lot more comfortable in the PSV midfield than last season.
Yorbe Vertessen — 7: Schmidt gave the Belgian against Galatasaray a chance in base. That seized Vertessen with both hands: the little attacker worked very hard, introducing dangerous PSV moments with ball conquest. Vertessen also played a role in the 1-0: together with Zahavi, he hunted goalkeeper Fernando Muslera, who then went hopelessly into the mistake. After more than sixty minutes, the tank was logically empty at Vertessen: it was then replaced by Cody Gakpo.
Noni Madueke — 7.5: Madueke showed up against Galatasaray. Not everything went well with the Englishman, but he was constantly menacing and spoiled the audience with beautiful passing movements. In Zahavi‘s 2-0, Madueke also kept an overview by laying the ball wide at the last minute.
Mario Götze — 6.5: The 63-time German international played against Galatasaray not bad, but was less noticeable in the first half than Vertessen, Madueke and Zahavi. In the 51st minute, Götze showed his quality and experience: he cashed his first chance of the game immediately, by convincingly finishing the ball. In the second half, the attacker also made his second hit, although it was a gift from the re-blundering Muslera.
Eran Zahavi — 9.5: Zahavi became the hero of the evening. The routinated striker was involved in four of the five PSV goals. Zahavi was at the base of his first two hits, chasing Muslera ahead of 1-0 and capturing the midfield ball on his second hit. In the third PSV goal, Zahavi was the declarant: the Israeli put Götze with a careless ball with the outside of his foot one on one with the goalkeeper. In the 85th minute Zahavi awarded his great performance with his third hit of the evening. In the final phase, he even received a public change from Roger Schmidt.
InvallersDavy Pröpper — 6: Pröpper fell fine. He sought calmly and properly filled Van Ginkel’
s position.
Cody Gakpo — 6.5: In the half hour we saw him, we saw some flashes of the EK-goer. However, Gakpo didn‘t translate that into a goal of assist.
Ryan Thomas — X: played too shortfor a review.
Pablo Rosario – X: played too short for a review.
TrainerRoger Schmidt – 8: Schmidt’
s PSV started the way the German wants to see it: his team put high pressure on Galatasaray and created opportunities. That was a bit gone as the game progressed. Nevertheless, PSV remained a master at the Philips Stadium. In the countergoal, the PSV defense alone didn‘t look good. Schmidt has a week to pay attention to that with his defenders.
(Nordin’
t Hart/soccer first)