AZ won 1-3 against PSV in Eindhoven on Wednesday.

Teun Koopmeiners led the Alkmaarders' victory with a utilized penalty kick and a world goal.

The 22-year-old Koopmeiners used a penalty after half an hour after the ball hit the spot due to a foul by PSV goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo on Myron Boadu.

Just under ten minutes later, Koopmeiners touched the ball from a corner by Jesper Karlsson in a phenomenal way with the hall and passed Mvogo again.

Philipp Max brought the tension back into the game fifteen minutes after the break, but the Eindhoven team failed to force the equalizer.

The final chord was for Calvin Stengs, who scored 1-3 from a counter in the ninetieth minute.

At PSV, Marco van Ginkel came in three minutes before time.

The 28-year-old midfielder, who struggled with injuries for years, played an official match for the first time in 983 days.

PSV failed to pass number two Vitesse and leader Ajax due to the defeat.

The team of trainer Roger Schmidt is one point behind the numbers one and two in the Eredivisie.

Ajax can strengthen the lead on Thursday if it manages to win at FC Twente.

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