Steven Bergwijn struck twice

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Steven Bergwijn struck twice

Steven Bergwijn struck twice to help PSV U21 to a convincing 3-1 victory over FC Oss in the Jan Louwers Stadium on Monday night.

Bergwijn was outstanding
PSV U21 comfortably controlled proceedings in the first half, with Steven Bergwijn putting in a-man-of-the-match display. The young winger was a constant menace for the FC Oss defence and superbly scored the opening goal on 19 minutes. Bergwijn seemingly effortlessly cut into the box and unleashed a curling effort from fifteen yards beyond the reach of FC Oss goalkeeper Xavier Mous: 1-0. Bergwijn doubled the lead in the 42nd minute when he performed a one-two with Suently Alberto before slotting home at the near post. Half-time score: 2-0.

Menno Koch and Steven Bergwijn both found the back of the net for PSV U21 Menno Koch and Steven Bergwijn both found the back of the net for PSV U21

Koch wrapped up the three points for PSV U21
Bergwijn was also outstanding after the break. He created some space before firing in a swerving shot that Mous could just claw away and Menno Koch, left completely unmarked, headed the ball home from the resulting corner nine minutes into the second half: 3-0. Felitciano Zschusschen scored a consolation goal for the visitors in the 62nd minute. Following their 3-1 win, PSV U21 moved up to eighth place in the Jupiler League. Pascal Jansen’s side will be back in league action on Friday, when they travel to FC Dordrecht.