‘Ajax’s 0-13 victory is bad for Dutch football’

Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 14:32

Ajax’s record victory over VVV-Venlo is not doing Dutch football any good, according to Peter Bosz. The former Ajax coach has no explanation for the 0-13 victory of Erik ten Hag’s team in North Limburg. “This is bad for Dutch football. It is talked about everywhere, ”said Bayer Leverkusen’s coach.

“I actually have no explanation for such a result. Even with the red card for that VVV player, this cannot be explained ”, Bosz is quoted by German media. Halfway through Ajax already led 0-4 and after a red card for Christian Kum in the 51st minute the score increased very quickly. In addition to five goals from Lassina Traoré, Jurgen Ekkelenkamp and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar each scored two goals. The other goals in De Koel came from Dusan Tadic, Antony, Daley Blind and Lisandro Martínez.

Before the final whistle, Gary Lineker, who works as an analyst at the BBC in BT Sport, all about the historical game. “Blimey! “, Lineker wrote, an English expression to express surprise.” With ten minutes to go, Ajax is leading 0-12. I think they will win the three points “, the former football player joked. Ultimately, Ajax expanded the margin a little further.

Hugo Borst asked himself afterwards in the studio of FOX Sports wondering whether Ajax’s victory was something to be happy about. “The Ajax player will be happy with it, because a new record is always memorable. On the other hand: there is no balance of power anymore. When Lineker notices this, he will also think: what kind of competition is that?”, Says Borst. “That is certainly the case,” agreed Ronald de Boer. “The term ‘Mickey Mouse competition’ comes to the fore again. It’s not a positive signal to foreign countries. Malicious pleasure is always fun, but if you start thinking …”


Biggest wins ever in Eredivisie


VVV-Venlo – Ajax (0-13, 2020)
Ajax – Vitesse (12-1, 1972)
PSV – Feyenoord (10-0, 2010)
PSV – FC Volendam (10-0, 1998)
PSV – Go Ahead Eagles (10-0, 1973)
Feyenoord – NAC Breda (10-0, 1963)
DOS – SHS (10-0, 1958)
Sittardia – Sports club Enschede (1-10, 1960)


Biggest away wins ever in Eredivisie


VVV-Venlo – Ajax (0-13, 2020)
Sittardia – Sports club Enschede (1-10, 1960)
NAC Breda – Ajax (0-8, 2017)
FC Volendam-Feyenoord (0-8, 1963)
FC Amsterdam – AZ’67 (2-9, 1977)
SHS – Ajax (2-9, 1959)


Biggest victories Ajax against professional clubs


Ajax – Red Boys Differdange (14-0, 1984)
VVV-Venlo – Ajax (0-13, 2020)
Ajax – Vitesse (12-1, 1972)
Ajax – Omonia Nicosia (10-0, 1979)
Ajax – Sparta Rotterdam (9-0, 2001)
Ajax – Sparta Rotterdam (9-0, 1985)
Ajax – FC Groningen (9-0, 1974)
Ajax – FC Den Bosch ’67 (9-0, 1972)
Ajax – FC Volendam (9-0, 1960)

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