“We got the three points” The two managers agreed at the post-match conference that it had been an evenly-fought game.
PSV continue winning streak with 2-0 win over Vitesse PSV stay at the top of the Eredivisie table after a 2-0 win over Vitesse in a thrilling game at the Philips Stadion on Sunday afternoon, adding lustre to the club’s 101st anniversary. PSV took the lead through Luuk de Jong three minutes after the break and Adam Maher wrapped up the win in injury time. The Mexican Andrés Guardado made his debut for PSV.
Guardado starts against Vitesse Head coach Phillip Cocu hands a first start to new signing Andrés Guardado when PSV welcome Vitesse. Captain Georginio Wijnaldum and Jetro Willems, who missed Thursday’s game in the Borisov Arena, return to the starting line-up. Narsingh is preferred to Jürgen Locadia, who drops to the bench.
- 30-08 Jong PSV suffer 1-3 derby defeat against FC Eindhoven
- 29-08 Cocu previews Vitesse game
- 29-08 PSV drawn against Panathinaikos, Estoril and Dinamo Moscow
- 28-08 Cocu: “Our aim was to qualify and we’ve achieved that”
- 28-08 PSV reach group stage after 2-0 away win over FC Shakhtyor
- 28-08 PSV line-up against FC Shakhtyor Soligorsk
- 28-08 Europa League game in the Borisov Arena
- 28-08 Cocu: “We want to reach the group stages”
- 27-08 PSV train in the Borisov Arena
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