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Date posted: 08-05-2023 22:01:00
ADO Den Haag lost 4-2 with ten men in the away match against Jong Ajax on Monday evening.
Trainer Dick Advocaat could not have access to the sick Breinburg and Sleegers. Moreover, Esajas was not available.
Finn van Breemen started on the bench, which probably has to do with the rumors surrounding a possible transfer to FC Basel, which according to the same rumors could earn ADO a million euros.
There were not many great chances at the beginning of the game. Zwarts gave Verheydt the lead in the 10th minute, but Verheydt couldn’t reach it.
In the 19th minute, Hlynsson put the 1-0 for Jong Ajax on the scoreboard after he worked the ball behind Stevens in the rebound, after the goalkeeper did not hold the ball after a shot from Lucca.
About ten minutes later there was an opportunity to tie the score for Zwarts, but he headed Kemper’s cross over the goal.
The opposing team managed to score again. Warmerdam scored on a pass from Hlynsson: 2-0.
Just before tea, there was the opportunity for ADO to give something back, Verheydt had the ball for the header on a pass from Kemper, but this opportunity also remained without result.
After the break, Catic, who had come on for Severina, who had stayed behind in the dressing room during half-time, had a great opportunity to score the tying goal, but the ball only grazed the post.
In the 50th minute it became 2-1 after Kemper was able to head in from a corner.
A few minutes later, Rodrigues was sent off. Referee Perez gave him a red card because he thought the Spanish player knocked down an Ajax player who had broken through. Kemper showed his displeasure to the referee and was shown the yellow card.
Ajax then quickly came to 3-1. After the ball was initially removed from the goal line by Kemper, the ball went through the post into Stevens’ goal.
Advocaat replaced De Waal and Wehrmann for Komljenovic and Bilate.
In the 73rd minute, Godts put the 4-1 on the scoreboard.
ADO did something back in the Hague quarter. Verheydt scored his twelfth goal of this season and his 100th goal in his KKD career: 4-2. The position therefore became more bearable for the formation from The Hague, but unfortunately this position means that ADO no longer participates in the play-offs for promotion, which means that ADO will at least play another season in the Kitchen Champion Division next season.
The last home game of the season awaits on Friday. Then ADO will compete against FC Dordrecht.