RKC can not serve neighbor PSV: AZ wakes up well in time

For at least one day, AZ has settled next to PSV on spot two. The Alkmaarders didn‘t have it easy to visit RKC Waalwijk, but the number fourteen of the Eredivisie had to win halfway through the second half: RKC did not surpass the 1-2 of Myron Boadu, the red card for Sylla Sow and the 1-3 by Calvin Stengs.
However, the match started dramatically for AZ, which was lagging behind by a player from his own ranks. The Thijs Oosting rented to RKC was put by Richard van der Venne for Marco Bizot and cooled down the 1-0. AZ, however, woke up after that hit, and the equator was not long in coming: Calvin Stengs took care of the handsome preparatory work and Albert Gudmdundsson skilfully passed Kostas Lamprou.
Just before rest, AZ seemed to get ahead of it, but Lamprou stopped Boadu from scoring. In the second half, however, the Alkmaarders continued with where they left off and after more than an hour they still came ahead: after losing the ball of RKC, Boadu suddenly got a free job and left Lamprou without a chance. Not long after the 1-2 RKC had to continue with his ten. Sow got it with Timo Letschert and kicked: yellow for Letschert, red for the RKC’
RKC tried to hunt the equalizer, but the battle had actually been fought. Eight minutes before, Gudmundsson and Stengs turned the roles: this time it was the Icelander who gave the assist and Stengs the end station. Because Gudmundsson missed an imposed opportunity in the extra time, it also remained at 1-3 in Waalwijk.
AZ comes in points next to PSV and can now wait and see what the Eindhovenaren Sunday against sc Heerenveen do. RKC remains fourteenth with 26 points, knowing that Willem II (one point behind) still plays against FC Utrecht on Saturday and FC Emmen (two points behind) travels to Ajax on Sunday.

Calvin Stengs decides the game! He shoots in the 1-3. ๐Ÿ“บ ESPN #๏ธ #rkcaz pic.twitter.com/lfpzu4rtjd
โ€” ESPN NL (@ESPNnl) May 1, 2021