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SC Heerenveen

3-5

Feyenoord

Spectacular win in Heerenveen

Feyenoord secured three points at sc Heerenveen in a sensational match on Sunday. At the Abe Lenstra Stadium, the hosts looked down and out as Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side sailed into a 4-0 lead through goals by Jens Toornstra (2), Robin van Persie and Tyrell Malacia. But a fight-back brought sc Heerenveen back within a single goal. In the end though, substitute Yassin Ayoub wrapped up the hard-earned victory for Feyenoord in injury time.

Spectacular win in Heerenveen

Dream start
It did not take long before the large contingent of travelling fans were able to celebrate their team taking the lead at the Abe Lenstra Stadium. Toornstra managed to get in behind the home defence after four minutes, to flip the ball over keeper Warner Hahn from a Berghuis pass.

The visitors doubled their lead within the first fifteen minutes. A Toornstra shot was intercepted by Van Persie, who scored with his right from close in.

Wonder goal from Toornstra
The two-goal lead left Feyenoord in full control, but the away fans had to wait until just before the break for a third goal. It was a beauty though, with Toornstra shooting into an empty net from around forty metres out after a poor goal kick from Hahn. 

Malacia nets maiden goal
The fourth goal of the afternoon came within a couple of minutes of the restart. It was scored by Tyrell Malacia, who claimed his first strike in professional football. The left back made ground down the left before coolly sliding the ball under Hahn to seemingly seal the game. 

Missed opportunities
Feyenoord went all out to try to add more goals in the rest of the second half, but the breakthrough remained elusive. Van Persie was thwarted by Hahn, while Berghuis saw a shot hit the inside of the post and rebound back in play.

Exciting ending
Heerenveen did manage to get a goal of their own with around 20 minutes to play. Morten Thorsby left Justin Bijlow well beaten with a bullet header. Kik Pierie added a second five minutes later and with the 90 minutes almost up Dave Bulthuis capitalised on some sloppy play as Feyenoord tried to bring the ball out from the back to make it 4-3.

Suddenly the home crowd were dreaming of a miracle escape, but Yassin Ayoub broke the spell in time added on, hitting the ball cleanly into the far corner from Sam Larsson’s layback.

Fifth place
The second win on the bounce takes Feyenoord up to fifth place in the table. Next week sees the visit of NAC Breda to De Kuip.

SC Heerenveen - Feyenoord
3-5

Officials

Referee:
Jochem Kamphuis
Assistent referee:
Nicky Siebert
Assistent referee:
Cristian Dobre
Fourth official:
Jannick van der Laan

Field line up

1
Warner Hahn
12
Doke Schmidt
`84
3
Daniel Høegh
14
Dave Bulthuis
`89
5
Kik Pierie
`85
8
Morten Thorsby
`71
18
Michel Vlap
21
Yuki Kobayashi
17
Nemanja Mihajlovic
`46
9
Sam Lammers
13
Arber Zeneli
`72

22
Justin Bijlow
4
Jeremiah St. Juste
33
Eric Botteghin
6
Jan-Arie van der Heijden
15
Tyrell Malacia
`47
28
Jens Toornstra
`92 `46 `4
8
Jordy Clasie
`83
10
Tonny Trindade de Vilhena
19
Steven Berghuis
32
Robin van Persie
`15
11
Sam Larsson

Bench line up

10
Ben Rienstra
`46
26
Jordy Bruijn
`72
35
Jizz Hornkamp
23
Filip Bednarek
4
Nicolai Næss
16
Lucas Woudenberg
`84
19
Pelle van Amersfoort
24
Trevor Doornbusch
15
Rodney Kongolo
27
Vanja Drkušić

1
Kenneth Vermeer
18
Yassin Ayoub
`91 `83
13
Joris Delle
3
Sven van Beek
2
Bart Nieuwkoop
20
Renato Tapia
`92
29
Calvin Verdonk
34
Dylan Vente
27
Mo El Hankouri
17
Luis Sinisterra
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