ADO Den Haag coach Ruud Brood held his heart for a moment when Michiel Kramer made a bicycle kick in the final phase of the home game against PSV.

The striker scored in a spectacular way and gave the residents of The Hague a very surprising point on Saturday: 2-2.

"I thought he was going to break his back", Brood said at

ESPN

about the bicycle kick of the 1.96 meter long Kramer.

The attacker found the net in the 93rd minute, after PSV defender Jordan Teze had not processed the ball properly.

ADO opened the score in the first half via Bobby Adekanye, after Philipp Max missed a penalty for PSV.

After the break, Donyell Malen turned the deficit of the Eindhoven team with two goals into a lead, after which Kramer took care of the 2-2 in injury time.

In the entire game, ADO only shot five times, including twice between the posts.

PSV contrasted this with no fewer than 35 attempts, fifteen of which were between the posts.

"We took a good look at the qualities of PSV", says Brood.

"I think we defended reasonably well until the penalty kick halfway through the first half. When that penalty kick was not taken and we scored ourselves shortly afterwards, we did get a boost."

"Also thanks to the saves of our goalkeeper Martin Fraisl, we had the idea in the break that something could be achieved. You also have to be a bit lucky against a top club. My boys are increasingly understanding what is required in these duels."

Michiel Kramer took care of the 2-2 with a nice bicycle kick.

Michiel Kramer took care of the 2-2 with a nice bicycle kick.

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Kramer: 'This gives us an extra boost'

Kramer was only left with some pain in his back from the blow.

"I think it was the only thing I could do," he told

ESPN

about his great action.

"I have scored very few goals in this way. I still have a little pain in my back, but otherwise I'm fine."

The 32-year-old striker was especially happy with the point for ADO.

"This gives us an extra boost for the coming period. Playing football we have to get even better to win matches. We barely got on the side of the opponent today. This is a bonus point for us, but next week's match is ours. more important."

Kramer was referring to next Saturday's away game against Fortuna Sittard, in which ADO hopes to take important points in the fight against relegation.

The team of coach Ruud Brood is penultimate and has as many points as number sixteen Willem II, who will visit Feyenoord on Sunday.

The deficit on number fifteen RKC Waalwijk, which has played one game more than ADO, is six points.

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