Verbeek and Prince City end the streak of drama and Young Ajax maintains zero again after 45 matches | Dutch football

Kitchen Champion DivisionGertjan Verbeek and Almer City finally know what it means to win. He defeated Helmond Sport 1-2. Young Ajax joined the top five in the Kitchen Champion Division with a 3-0 victory over Telstar. Nassi Onufar was the big man in the Amsterdam team with two goals. Meanwhile, Young PSV defeated Jong EZ (2-0).

Six defeats and two draws in the last eight matches. That was, including one cup game with the Go Ahead Eagles, an unprecedented streak of Almere City FC. The 3-0 win over TOP Oss was the last time Verbeek and co. had three points on Sept. 4, leading to a logical 19th place in the Kitchen Champion division. On a visit to Helmond Sport, which was in 17th place with five points, this drama series finally came to an end.

It was Jonas Arweiler who gave visitors to Almere the start of a dream. Within twelve minutes Arweiler’s name was on the record sheet twice. The fact that the second half was still exciting thanks to Jellert van Landschoot. The Helmond Sport midfielder scored the connecting goal two minutes before the end of the first half: 1-2.

Jonas Arweiler celebrates his goal. © Pro Shots / Marcel van Dorst

Beyond that, Almere City FC did not allow the home team from Helmond to attend, so Verbeek’s squad goes up one place in the standings. Almir City FC is now in the eighteenth place with 12 points after thirteen games, five points behind the last-placed Dordrecht, two points more than Top US, and two points less than the opponent Helmond Sport, which ended the match with Almer City FC with ten players. Jossue Dolet was still red after getting hit in the head.

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With Jong Ajax, Jong PSV, and Jong AZ, three promising teams also appeared tonight in the Kitchen Champion division. Young Ajax hasn’t had much trouble with Telstar in Amsterdam. Danilo scored 1-0 for the team from Amsterdam in the 16th minute, after which Onufar closed the match within seven minutes. In the 60th and 67th minutes, the Ajax player was accurate: 3-0. This also ended Jong Ajax’s unprecedentedly long streak: for the first time in 45 matches, zero was held again. The last time he worked was on September 28, 2020 at home against Excelsior (3-0).

Nasi Onufar.
Nasi Onufar. © Pro Shoots / Ron Baltus

Jong AZ, number seven in the Kitchen Champion division, had to get to know his boss at Jong PSV. The Eindhoven residents jumped from 16th to 12th with a 2-0 home win. Maxi Romero and Jenson Seal took an interest in Eindhoven’s goals.

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