Peters gives TOP Oss a point against Telstar in the final phase, Almere also beats Roda

Telstar has relinquished a lead against in injury time TOP Oss in the Kitchen Champion Division. The Brabanders turn by a goal from Cas Peters with a point home.

Telstar took the lead at home after five minutes thanks to Sebastian Soto. The Norwich City mercenary had also been on target twice against FC Den Bosch (6-1) and again seemed like the celebrated man. Although Ilias Bronkhorst quickly missed the 2-0 chance, TOP Oss offered few opportunities in return. Most of the fireworks came from outside the stadium in the second half, where the fans of the home team had gathered.

Substitute Peters, however, made a name for himself in injury time in Velsen-Zuid by convincingly hit the mark: 1-1. Telstar gets stuck on eleven points from seven duels and occupies sixth place. TOP Oss now has five points and is eighteenth.

Almere City FC – Roda JC
Almere City FC has booked its fifth consecutive victory in the Kitchen Champion Division on Saturday. The team of trainer Ole Tobiasen narrowly beat Roda JC 2-1 at home.

On a soaking wet field in Almere, the Limburgers got off the starting blocks best. Within a minute, Patrick Pflücke struck by shooting through the bottom of the crossbar. The home team needed half an hour to overcome that blow, but then Thomas Verheydt headed home from a cross by Ryan Koolwijk. Ten minutes later it was hit again via Shayon Harrison, who scored beautifully.

Oussama Bouyaghlafen quickly got the chance to score 3-1 in the second half, but after he had passed goalkeeper Miguel Santos he hit the side net. Jearl Margaritha also failed to take care of the decision in the final phase, but Roda was unable to punish that. As a result, Almere is still second with sixteen points, two less than leader NAC Breda. Roda is number five with eleven points.

MVV – Go Ahead Eagles
Go Ahead Eagles has tackled three major points on a visit to MVV Maastricht. The team of trainer Kees van Wonderen won 0-2 on a visit to Limburg and decided the match before half time.

The season start of Go Ahead was disappointing. In the first five games, they won once, lost twice and tied twice. However, the club was allowed to credit the second victory of the season against MVV. The away team was the better in the first half and came through Jay Idzes, who scored his first goal for Go Ahead, ahead. He headed the ball well behind MVV keeper Bill Lathouwers.

About ten minutes before half time Go Ahead doubled the lead. Meal Corboz put the ball on the head of Sam Beukema, who outwitted Lathouwers for the 0-2.

After these hits, the foot of the accelerator with the guests from Deventer. MVV was allowed to have the ball in the second half, but knew almost nothing to do with it. Go Ahead lurked on the counter, but also had few really dangerous moments. Sam Hendriks was the closest to a goal, but did not get the ball behind Lathouwers. After ninety minutes of football, referee Richard Martens thought it was enough, allowing Go Ahead to add three points.


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