Ajax easily qualified for the final of the TOTO KNVB Cup on Wednesday.

The nineteen-time cup winner was far too strong for sc Heerenveen in the Abe Lenstra Stadium with 0-3.

Ajax will take on Vitesse in the final in De Kuip on Sunday, April 18.

The Arnhemmers were 2-0 too strong for VVV-Venlo on Tuesday at home.

Ajax never ran into problems against Heerenveen, which had eliminated Feyenoord in the quarter-finals.

Davy Klaassen opened the score in the nineteenth minute, but the 0-1 halftime score was a meager reflection of the proportions on the field.

In the second half, the leader of the Eredivisie, who saw Daley Blind and Klaassen drop out injured, was still further ahead.

Dusan Tadic used a penalty, after which substitute David Neres finally decided the match.

Ajax drew many tough opponents on the way to the final.

The team from Amsterdam had to deal with successively FC Utrecht (5-4), AZ (0-1) and PSV (2-1).

In 2019 Ajax won the cup final against Willem II (4-0) and with that the team is still the last winner, because the final battle between Feyenoord and FC Utrecht was not played last season due to the corona pandemic.