Erik ten Hag has mixed feelings about Ajax's trouble-free 0-5 victory over Fortuna Sittard on Tuesday.

The coach of the team from Amsterdam is happy with the dominance and form of his team, but also thinks there could have been more in it.

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"We invested from the start and made it difficult for the opponent. We forced the goals ourselves," Ten Hag started his analysis in front of the

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positively.

"Our attitude and the cooperation were good. I am satisfied with that. I am less satisfied with the use of the opportunities, especially in the first ten minutes. It took too long for the 0-1 to fall."

The final five goals of Ajax in Sittard mean that the team from Amsterdam, who already won 9-0 against SC Cambuur on Saturday, already have a goal difference of +26 after six rounds.

An Eredivisie team has never been on such an average after six matches.

The Ajax players were able to cheer five times in Sittard.

The Ajax players were able to cheer five times in Sittard.

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'Staying motivated is like walking on a tightrope'

Fortuna tried to put pressure on Ajax from time to time, so that the Ten Hag team sometimes opted for the long ball.

The trainer of the national champion had no problems with that.

"We want to attack variably. If the opponent is in the future, why not the long ball? That's nice with Sébastien Haller, but also the speed we have up front. It is a very effective tool," he said.

"Is it hard to stay motivated when you're so much better? No, unless you mentally allow it. Then you won't last. Compare it to walking on a tightrope. Then you fall off and it's very difficult to get out of it. to get up again."

Ajax is working on a strong series and hopes to extend that series on Saturday, when FC Groningen comes to the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

Three days later, a home match against Besiktas in the Champions League awaits.

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