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Ajax 2-1 Feyenoord

Netherlands • Eredivisie • 5 videos

Ajax beat Feyenoord 2-1 in a Eredivisie match at the Amsterdam ArenA in Amsterdam.

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1 mins — Ajax vs Feyenoord 1-0 — Schöne goal vs Feyenoord
36 mins — Ajax vs Feyenoord 2-0 — David Neres goal vs Feyenoord
90 mins — Ajax vs Feyenoord 2-1 — Kramer goal vs Ajax
Match Stats

Ajax Starting Lineup

24 - A. Onana
26 - N. Viergever
3 - J. Veltman
5 - D. Sánchez
10 - D. Klaassen
22 - H. Ziyech
8 - D. Sinkgraven
20 - L. Schöne
9 - B. Traoré
45 - J. Kluivert
7 - David Neres

Feyenoord Starting XI

25 - B. Jones
6 - J. van der Heijden
33 - Eric Botteghin
18 - M. Nelom
26 - B. Nieuwkoop
2 - R. Karsdorp
8 - K. El Ahmadi
28 - J. Toornstra
7 - D. Kuijt
9 - N. Jørgensen
19 - S. Berghuis

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