Riechedly Bazoer had it Saturday after the Eredivisie match between Ajax and Vitesse (2-1) with Dusan Tadic and Daley Blind.

According to the Vitesse player, both Ajax players deliberately celebrated in front of his face.

"In the end, Tadic and Blind came sprinting to cheer in front of me. They have had a very difficult time and that they do this says enough about how we as Vitesse played today", Bazoer told

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The 23-year-old Bazoer was already in conflict with the Ajax audience in the duel after he had put Vitesse at 1-1 and then started cheering exuberantly.

"I have had very good years here. But that does not mean that I cannot cheer after a goal against my old club? It did not affect me that I was called out afterwards", Bazoer continued at the press conference.

"We should have won here, especially the first half we fully controlled. Antony's 2-1 really would not have been necessary," said the number ten of Vitesse, who in his analysis of the match in the Johan Cruijff ArenA was supported by coach Thomas Letsch.

"We played really well. That predominates for me, although I am of course also disappointed with the result," said the German, who was allowed to sit on the bench again after he - and more members of Vitesse - contracted the corona virus earlier.

"The days were difficult and yet we managed to play so well here. I think that's a really good signal."

Letsch was disappointed that his team with a man more on the field was unable to take the three points.

"Unfortunately football is all about taking advantage of opportunities. We could have done that better. But we controlled a large part of the game. I am very satisfied with that."

View the results, the position and the program in the Eredivisie