Pakistan Christian TV

Breaking news and world news from Pakisthan Christian TV on Business, Sports, Culture. Video news. News from the US, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, America.


Video | Ajax achieve a historic victory and crush Kambur with nine goals in the Eredivisie

achieve team Ajax A historic victory over Kambur 9-0, in the match that brought them together this Saturday evening, at the “Amsterdam Arena”, as part of the fifth round of the Eredivisie.

Ajax’s nine goals against Campore came through eight different players, and the global network “Opta” stated that this is the second time in the history of the Eredivisie that eight different players have scored for a particular team, after Ajax also when it defeated de Grafschap 9- 1 in August 1981.

Watch the goals of the match between Ajax and Campour

The first half of the match ended, with the owners of the ground, leading by four clean, the first scored by Jorian Timber in the 16th minute, with an assist from Stephen Burgess, and three minutes later Stephen Bergwis scored the second goal for Ajax.

In the 29th minute, Moroccan star Nosair Mazraoui scored the third goal for Ajax, and in the 38th minute David Neres scored the fourth goal for the hosts.

In the second half of the match, Ajax’s stars continued their domination of the match, as Dusan Tadic scored the fifth goal for Ajax in the 60th minute, and only four minutes passed and Ajax managed to beat Kambur again with the sixth goal through Mohamed Darami.

In the 67th minute, newcomer Sebastian Haller added the seventh goal for Ajax, and Ajax’s goals did not stop at this number, as Danilo Pereira scored the eighth goal for the Dutch league champions in the 76th minute.

The Brazilian striker, David Neres, concluded the celebration of goals for Ajax in the 93rd minute, with the ninth goal.

See also  Fiery confrontations in the "Champions League" groups

With this victory, Ajax consolidated its lead in the Dutch league standings, with 13 points, while the Kambur team stopped at 6 points in tenth place.