Feyenoord fell further at Eredivisie on Thursday. Coach Jaap Stam's fight team was weak at home against AZ and lost no less than 0-3.
It was 0-1 at half time for striker Myron Boadu and early in the second half Calvin Stings scored Alkmaar's second goal. Flair defender Eric Botteggin led Ousama Idrissi 0-3. AZ marked De Quip's first win in 2011, when the Alkmers beat 0-1.
Steven Berguis spoke in a negative sense. The striker made a brutal foul on Teun Koopmeiners just before halftime, but was only able to score with a yellow card.
Feyenoord is still only 10th in the Eredivisie rankings because of their first defeat in the league this season. Rotterdam scored just ten points in its first seven games, seven less than the leaders Ajax and PSV.
AZ climbed to third thanks to its third consecutive victory. The Alkmaarers have just one point less than Ajax and PSV, who already won on Wednesday against Fortuna Sittard (5-0) and FC Groningen (3-1).
Myron Boaudu secured the opening goal near De Quip. (Photo: Pro shots)
Feyenoord from the very beginning of the party
Feyenoord was not in the game against AZ for a moment. The home club, which played without Rick Carsdorp (minor thigh injury), Leroy Farr (rest) and Sam Larson (passed), had to leave the initiative in front of the visitors and move away several times in the starting phase.
Shukinari Sugavara was supposed to make the score 0-1 after six minutes, but the Japanese – surprisingly in front – hit the cross on Owen Wehndal completely. A few moments later, Boaudu also failed to slip into the cross of the same Vandal.
Feyenoord's laughter seemed powerless, though he was close to 1-0 several times in the middle of the first half. After a high pass from Jens Toorstra, Berguis fired into the opponent's net and Tornandra fired the ball into the net and Luciano Narsing headed towards AZ goalkeeper Marco Bizot.
At that point they made sure to increase the pressure from Feyenoord and that 1-0 was in the air. Orkun Kakci and Bergui again tried from the edge of the box but both times the Buzz's excellent defense found its way.
However, AZ took the lead in the 39th minute. Again Wingdale, who avoided Bergius' attention, gave the ball a tight lead and this time Boaudu managed to shoot the ball into the empty goal.
Drop in AZ players. (Photo: Pro shots)
Bergius escapes a serious injury
The frustrations then went high in Bergui. The Orange international made a serious foul on the back of Copmeiner just before half-time, but referee Joachim Kampuchis ended it with just a yellow card and WAR Danny McKelly didn't think he was worth it.
Although Feyenoord was allowed to stand with eleven men, things did not improve for Stim's team. In the fifty minute it even became 0-2. Stings was given the space to play about 25 meters and passed the hopeless Kenneth Vermeier with a slider in the far corner.
Jay disappeared with Feyenoord, though two great opportunities were created. First Narsing fired wide after a shot from Bergius, then Luis Sinintra didn't use the ball beside the Bizz and some AZ defenses on goal.
Everything was worse for Feyenoord in the last stage. Bottegin did not know what to do with Vermeer's shot in his own penalty area, after which Idrissi could easily have shot the ball in the goal and signed for the sixth goal of the season again.
Feyenoord footballers were then treated to a whistling flute concert and must avoid a real sporting crisis on Sunday, when surprisingly strong FC Twente visits De Quip.
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