Joël Drommel thinks it can be blamed on him that PSV drew 1-1 at sc Heerenveen on Sunday, although he does not want to dwell on that too long.

The keeper was not clear in Friesland with the late goal against.

About twenty minutes before the end, Drommel did not process a dangerous free kick by Heerenveen well, after which Rami Al Hajj was able to score.

PSV has not won in the Abe Lenstra Stadium for ten years now.

"I should have clamped the ball or pushed it out better. At first I thought André (Ramalho, ed.) could head the ball away. I know it's not good and that I can handle it better" , Drommel was self-critical in front of

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"Lately I kept a few zeros, which is nice for a keeper. I now wanted to go for the third in a row and then something like this happens. That's a bit of a bummer, but I have to stay positive, keep working hard and don't give up." crazy. Better luck next time."

Bald PSV players and cheering Heerenveen players after Rami Al Hajj's equalizer.

Bald PSV players and cheering Heerenveen players after Rami Al Hajj's equalizer.

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Schmidt: 'We should have scored five, six times'

PSV coach Roger Schmidt did not want to blame the draw on his goalkeeper.

According to the German, his team should have distanced himself from Heerenveen much earlier.

"We are very disappointed. We were clearly better and had a lot of opportunities, but you have to take them at the right time. We should have scored four, five, six times or not conceded anything," he said.

"It is important that you stay sharp until the last moment. It was a bit lacking. I don't know exactly how that is possible. We had plenty of opportunities, but should have handled them better."

Due to the loss of points, PSV concedes two points to leader Ajax, which did book an away win earlier in the day.

The people of Eindhoven will play at home against FC Utrecht in the next Eredivisie round.

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