The extreme weather conditions that swept Netherlands proved a great disruption to the Eredivisie on Sunday, but they could not stop hot prospect Frenkie de Jong from inspiring Ajax to a crucial win over PSV that turned up the heat on the title race. The heavy snow that made travel either impossible or risky for many fans, and stopped two games earlier in the day, looked set to claim the headline clash, too, but was held off by the roof on Ajax's stadium.
Already widely regarded as the best team in Europe, Manchester City would have been confident coming up against most of their potential opponents ahead of the draw for the Champions League last 16. Pep Guardiola’s side may have closed the group stage with a defeat at Shakhtar Donetsk, ending a 20-game winning run, but that first defeat of the season in any competition will do little to hinder a side intent on winning everything this campaign.
In a time when a future Ballon d’Or winner seems to be discovered on an almost weekly basis, there has arguably never been so much pressure on promising young players than there is now. For a product of the esteemed Ajax academy who happens to be the son of one of the best strikers that ever lived, that goes double for Justin Kluivert.
Full-time: Ajax 3-0 PSV. Ajax bring life to the second half after a terrible first 45, with Neres, Schone and Van de Beek getting the goals. A crucial win for the hosts, but PSV still have a healthy lead at the top: five clear of AZ and seven ahead of Ajax.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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