The last two games of the second round are scheduled for Thursday night in the TOTO KNVB Cup. FC Groningen and FC Utrecht started at 6.30 p.m. and Feyenoord will visit SC Cambuur at 8.45 p.m. Follow the duels in our live blog.

Good evening and welcome to this live blog! My name is Robbert van der Linde and I will keep you informed of developments in the KNVB Cup tonight.

  • LIVE:
  • FC Groningen-FC Utrecht 0-0
  • 8.45 pm:
  • SC Cambuur-Feyenoord

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 6 minutes ago

13 'Groningen reports more often for Paes' purpose. A sharp cross from Warmerdam from the left is missed by everyone and everything and therefore rolls out of the field at the corner flag.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 12 minutes ago

5 'Kerk tries to squeeze past Padt and two defenders, but fails to get the ball. The attacker could also have fired immediately, perhaps he would have had more chance.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 18 minutes ago

Kickoff! The ball rolls in Groningen, FC Groningen and FC Utrecht to compete for the first of the two remaining places in the eighth finals of the KNVB Cup.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 28 minutes ago

FC Groningen has to do tonight without a coach Danny Buijs. The coach of the Noorderlingen received a red card last weekend in the league match with ADO Den Haag (1-1) and is therefore suspended. Assistant Adrie Poldervaart is therefore on FC FC Utrecht as the person ultimately responsible.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 35 minutes ago

FC Groningen won the KNVB Cup in the 2014/2015 season. FC Utrecht also knows what it is like to receive the 'pine cone', the people from Dom did that in 1985, 2003 and 2004.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · 43 minutes ago

FC Groningen and FC Utrecht are warming up in the Hitachi Capital Mobility Stadium. For one of the two Eredivisie teams, the cup adventure is over after tonight.

👏 Time to start warming up! #groutr #fcutrecht

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FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · one hour ago

FC Utrecht coach John van den Brom also sees no reason to save players, so FC Utrecht also starts the game in full force in Groningen. The frequently injured Adrián Dalmau is once again in the selection and starts on the bench, Bart Ramselaar is missing with an injury.

FC Utrecht set-up : Paes; Klaiber, Janssen, Hoogma, Van der Maarel; Maher, Van Overeem, Gustafson, Van de Streek; Church, Bahebeck.

FC Groningen-FC Utrecht · one hour ago

Tonight the last two duels of the second round in the KNVB cup tournament are on the program. Feyenoord will visit SC Cambuur at 8.45 pm, but first FC Groningen and FC Utrecht will meet at 6.30 pm. The home team takes on the regular starting eleven, only the injured Gabriel Gudmundsson is not there and is replaced by Mo El Hankouri.

FC Groningen set-up : Padt; Zeefuik, Te Wierik, Memisevic, Warmerdam; Hrustic, Matusiwa, Lundqvist, El Hankouri; Ornamental house, Asoro.

GVVV-PSV · 9 hours ago

"We already had a list of penalty takers ready"
"This was a special evening. I just saw many disappointed faces in the dressing room and that says something. We hadn't thought that beforehand," GVVV coach Niek Oosterlee said to FOX Sports after the end of GVVV-PSV. The amateur club from Veenendaal took the 1-2 of Mohamed Ihattaren in the 118th minute. "We already had the list of penalty takers ready, but those final minutes of the extension also count, didn't we. We never thought we should make such a list. I would have liked to see a penalty series."

Telstar-Ajax · 10 hours ago

Ten Hag: 'Long must listen to great Tadic'
Erik ten Hag is unhappy with the way Noa Lang played yesterday in the cup match won with Telstar (3-4). The attacker signed for the opening goal in Velsen, but his attitude could count on little sympathy from his coach. "He must learn that he must accept it if the great Tadic says something to him," Ten Hag explained his thunder speech afterwards at FOX Sports . "I don't want to say that Tadic is always right, but he can come back to that later. At that moment you just have to shut up, accept it and move on."

GVVV-PSV · 11 hours ago

Laghmouchi: "There was more against PSV"
Soufiane Laghmouchi thought there was more to GVVV's amateurs in the cup match against PSV yesterday. The attacker dragged an 1-1 extension for Veenendaal Second Divisionist out of the fire. In it, Mohamed Ihattaren prevented a complete fall for PSV two minutes before time: 1-2. "We could have stretched it to the penalties, then you never know," Laghmouchi says in front of the Voetbal International camera. "Bales is a big word, because you can only be proud if you play like this. It is very unfortunate, because there was more in it."

KNVB cup · 11 hours ago

Tonight the last two games will be played in the second round of the KNVB Cup. These duels are on the roll:

6.30 pm:
FC Groningen-FC Utrecht

8.45 pm:
SC Cambuur-Feyenoord

Telstar-Ajax · 11 hours ago

Telstar distances itself from racism to Onana
In a statement yesterday, Telstar distanced itself from the behavior of fans in the cup match against Ajax (3-4 loss). Goalkeeper André Onana of the Amsterdam team was reportedly racist by a few. Several people claim on social media that there were onlookers who - clearly audible - cried "banana" to Onana, among other things. During the game, Telstar announced that it had already taken note of the events and came up with a statement after the game: "As a club, we are terribly sick of the misconduct of a number who thereby put a negative mark on a night that went beyond fantastic."

GVVV-PSV · 12 hours ago

"Bizarre stunt that you can last so long"
The amateurs from GVVV were removed from a penalty series against PSV for two minutes yesterday. But the brave fighters from Veenendaal had to bow their heads for the Eredivisionist from Eindhoven in the 118th minute, when Mohamed Ihattaren with a flaming shot prevented a complete fall for PSV at Panhuis sports park. "We were very close and still had opportunities. Unfortunately," GVVV striker Berry Powel, former player of ADO Den Haag, De Graafschap and FC Groningen, among others at FOX Sports . The Amersfoorter was the oldest player on the pitch at the age of 39. "I can still go for 120 minutes. It's a bizarre stunt that you can keep it up so long."

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