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Dutch Super Cup: Madueke Nets Brace As PSV Hammer Ajax 4-0

Dutch Super Cup: Madueke Nets Brace As PSV Hammer Ajax 4-0

England-born Nigerian midfielder Noni Madueke scored two goals as PSV thrashed Eredivisie champions Ajax 4-0, in the Dutch Super Cup on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.

It is now a record-extending 12th Netherlands Dutch Super Cup title for PAC, while Ajax have won it nine times.

PSV got the nod to face league and Cup winners Ajax in the Super Cup after they finished second in the league.

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Madueke opened the scoring just two minutes into the game before getting his second to make it 2-0 on 29 minutes.

Things went from bad to worse for Ajax as they had a player sent off after a straight red card was shown to Nicolas Tagliafico five minutes before the end of the first half.

PSV made their numerical advantage count as they went 3-0 up through Yorbe Vertessen in the 76th minute.

And in the 89th minute, Germany’s 2014 World Cup final hero Mario Gotze got on the score sheet to make it 4-0.

By James Agberebi 

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WORDPRESS: 11
  • Very composed finisher who has strength on the ball….I hope he gets to play Nigeria one day….He will be a good addition to the creative midfield department of SE.

     
  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    If only we can convince him to play for us… but certainly England will get into his ears and confuse him. Despite the fake love they also have for them… they will continue to favour England over Nigeria… it’s sad. Let’s hope Southgate don’t tie him down anytime soon…

     
    • Coachie 1 month ago

      Good day folks;
      Do you think these foreign borns don’t have social media presence and some sort of Nigerian connections to see and read how our sports men and women are treated and the kind of embarrassment they are subjected to, a good case in question is the show of shame, greed, corruption and unprofessionalism displayed by Nigerian officials at the just concluded Olympics. Abeg, it’s a no-brainer, it will be surely very difficult for most of these dudes to compete for Nigeria especially the ones who are top class and have very good chances of competing for the countries of their birth.
      #truthisbitter

       
      • Adeniyi 1 month ago

        Tell me any one who has chosen Nigeria over any other country where they are eligible and have got bad treatment ? Educate me. The country is messed up and anyone coming to rep is def not for monetary gains. Let’s not be too quick to put down anything related to Nigeria abeg

         
        • NaijaEaglesFan 1 month ago

          @ Adeniyi, the guys are spot on. The rot in our system is so clear for even the blind to see don’t act like it’s okay

           
      • NaijaEaglesFan 1 month ago

        Truth is indeed bitter bro.

         
  • With what’s going on with the Olympic team, any foreign-born that agrees to represent Nigeria now both in football or any Sport, then that player has my highest respect because atm I cat blame the players that reject us.The level of maladministration going on in that Nigeria is alarming(sport inclusive)

     
    • Thanks Jones for that comment. You took that outta me mouth. Though I personally if I were in their shoes will still represent Nigeria purely because of d love I have for Nigeria. But going forward, I won’t at all blame anyone of them even my kids if they choose to represent a foreign country. Watching the Olympics closing ceremony,I almost went to tears seeing Kenya’s flag flying high above the rest of world while the nigerian representatives looked like lost ophans in the crowd apart from a certain Nigerian girl dancing just to cover face. To be honest it’s become extremely difficult to pick out something to be proud of as a Nigerian. Just maybe only SE at the moment. What a shame.

       
  • He should play for England if he had sense, playing for Nigeria will be a step down to a team that dont pay you. A lot of you guys want players to be slaves. Yall didnt listen to Leon Balogun?

     
  • pompei 1 month ago

    My own question is: IS THERE ANYBODY THAT NFF IS NOT OWING?
    At this rate, I think they may be owing me too, lol. My lawyer and I will soon be calling them.
    NFF – the owing specialists. Won le owe pa. They can owe die.
    If they go to a restaurant to eat, it will be on credit.
    All these our talented foreign born players, my heart wants them to come play for Nigeria. But my head, which wishes them the best, knows that will be a wrong move! Coming to play for a country that can’t/won’t do the following:
    1) Pay you match bonuses on time.
    2) Provide you with quality pitches to play matches.
    3) Show adequate concern for your welfare.
    Case in point, ferrying our boys across the sea to Benin for a crucial Afcon qualifier. Who does that? What if something had happened, God forbid? The players could have developed sea sickness, how will they play a match after that? Our officials just put them on a boat, ferried them to Benin, and expect them to win a match?
    What about player health care? If a player gets injured on national duty, what happens? Is there health insurance to help cover costs? Is there some “loss of income” payments, for players who might lose pay if they are not playing regularly for their clubs? Even if the players are still getting paid despite not playing for long periods while recovering from injury, a little something from us shows the player that we care and value him or her. Is this being done?
    If we implement these and more things, we become much more attractive to our talents wherever they may be located. Most of them already love Nigeria. With these improvements, they will likely come and fight for us. But if we continue as we are, they can’t be faulted for doing what is best for their career!

     
  • pompei 1 month ago

    NONI JUICE na baller na. No debate there. But if he is not available, there are a few other left footed options. What of Bobby Adekanye? His club career has not been convincing though. But I feel he has the talent and will eventually come good. Seyi Ojo nko? Akinkunmi Amoo is also there.