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Profile of the Dutch footballer Jeremain Lens, who currently plays as a midfielder at Sunderland. The 28-year old player Lens joined Sunderland from Dynamo Kiev and wears the number 17 shirt.

Jeremain Lens
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        (Squad number 17)

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Jeremain Lens Career
2007–2008NEC (loan)31(9)
2013–2015Dynamo Kyiv49(10)

2006Netherlands U192(1)
2006–2007Netherlands U204(0)
2007–2008Netherlands U215(0)

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Jeremain Lens : Sunderland News
“When Jermain Defoe suffered a hamstring injury on the half-hour mark, Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce turned to Watmore to replace the England international, despite big-money captures Jeremain Lens, Fabio Borini and Adam Johnson all occupying placeS on the”
 The Shields Gazette Today
“Related: Sunderland out of bottom three after Duncan Watmore sees With £30m worth of attacking talent in Fabio Borini, Jeremain Lens and Adam Johnson also warming the bench at the time, it was a big call to introduce a 21-year-old who has started”
 The Guardian Today
“The display showed signs from the Sunderland man that he is perhaps ready to nail M’Vila could have scored a goal of his own following a delightful pass from Jeremain Lens too, albeit Butland made a smart save to deny him.”
 VAVEL Yesterday
“Sunderland were presented with a set-piece three minutes from the break when Shawcross was cautioned for bringing down Steven Fletcher – but Van Aanholt hit the free-kick straight into the wall.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“Two wins in a week for Sunderland.”
 ITV Yesterday
“Sunderland climbed out of the relegation zone as they beat Stoke City 2-0 at the Stadium of Light.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“laughed the Sunderland boss. ‘But I had no hesitation in bringing him on when Jermain was injured. The impact of Duncan was the major factor in us winning the game. ‘He caused them so many problems.”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
“Sunderland had their chances to score before Van Aanholt found the net with Sebastian Coates having a close range header well saved by Butland, who also denied Jeremain Lens.”
 Club Call 2 days ago
“4. And who has been the biggest disappointment so far? Chris: Probably Jeremain Lens, given Sunderland shelled out a fee which could rise to £13m. He's not started in the last three, amid question marks over his work-rate. 5.”
 TheSentinel 2 days ago
“Sunderland were unquestionably aided by the dismissal of over whether the Potters man had got a sliver of the ball.”
 The Shields Gazette 3 days ago
Jeremain Lens Career Honours
  • AZ Alkmaar: Eredivisie: 2008–09
  • AZ Alkmaar: Johan Cruijff Shield: 2009
  • PSV: KNVB Cup: 2011–12
  • PSV: Johan Cruijff Shield: 2012
  • Dynamo Kyiv: Ukrainian Premier League: 2014–15
  • Dynamo Kyiv: Ukrainian Cup: 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Netherlands: FIFA World Cup Third Place: 2014

    Source: wikipedia.org

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