SC Cambuur lost on Friday for the second week in a row in the Keuken Kampioen Division. Low flyer TOP Oss beat the leader 3-2. Competitors De Graafschap and FC Volendam did win, while Telstar played a draw against Excelsior despite a world goal from Shayne Pattynama.
Cambuur took the lead in the Heesen Stadium in Frans in the seventh minute thanks to an own goal from TOP Oss defender Henk Dijkhuizen, but halfway through the first half the home team scored 2-1 through two goals within three minutes. First Philippe Rommens took a penalty and shortly thereafter Rick Stuy van den Herik scored.
Cambuur-top scorer Robert Mühren signed for the tying goal with his sixteenth goal of the season, but after an hour TOP Stuy van den Herik scored the winning goal with his second goal of the evening (3-2). Delano Ladan still got red at Cambuur.
De Graafschap took full advantage of the leader's loss of points, as the 'Super farmers' in Flevoland were 0-2 too strong for Almere City FC. Javier Vet and Ralf Seuntjens scored for Mike Snoei's team.
FC Volendam, which won 1-2 against Cambuur with 1-2 last week, recorded a difficult victory at home against Jong PSV: 4-2. Francesco Antonucci opened the score, after which Young PSV defender Maxime Soulas got red in the 34th minute. Nevertheless, the visitors came through 1-2 goals from Richard Ledezma to 1-2. Gijs Smal, Nick Doodeman (nice bang in the intersection) and Martijn Kaars gave Volendam the three points.
Cambuur remains at 45 points. Number three De Graafschap and number four FC Volendam now have two points less. Young Ajax, which also has 43 points and is in second place, only comes into action on Monday. Then a home duel with FC Dordrecht closes.
De Graafschap won 0-2 against Almere City FC. (Photo: Pro Shots)
Telstar loses despite wondergoal Pattynama
Excelsior-Telstar won the most beautiful goal of the Kitchen Champion Division evening in Rotterdam. After fifteen minutes, Pattynama opened the score on behalf of the visitors by imitating Marco van Basten's goal in the European Championship final of 1988.
After a cross from Ilias Bronkhorst, Pattynama reached the far post from a difficult corner.
The nice goal did not give Telstar the three points, as it was 3-3. Substitute Glynor Plet determined the final score twenty minutes before the end of the match at Pattynama's indication.
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NEC complains about arbitration
NAC Breda booked its first victory under interim trainer Willem Weijs. Partly due to two goals from Arno Verschueren, De Brabanders finished off with Young AZ: 3-1.
NEC thought in the final phase to win a visit to MVV Maastricht. A shot by Zian Flemming seemed to land well behind the goal line through the bottom of the crossbar, but referee Edwin van de Graaf did not award a goal. It therefore remained 0-0 in Limburg.
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