KENYA BROWN - Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Matt Miazga and Vitesse took a beating from league leaders PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie which sees the team lose pace with the pack for a spot in the Champions League.


A pair of goals from Hirving Lozano and Jurgen Locadia helped PSV Eindhoven cruise to a 4-2 win over Vitesse in a feisty game at the GelreDome.

PSV opened the scoring in the 18th minute when Joshua Brenet released Lozano with a through ball on and the Mexican international fired past Remko Pasveer.

The visitors had several chances to extend their lead but allowed Vitesse to level the score before the halftime whistle when Locadia deflected the ball into his team's goal from a corner kick.

However, Locadia redeemed himself in the second half as he gave PSV the lead once again in the 49th minute with a strike that flew past Pasveer. The Dutchman added a second in the 56th minute when he curled in a shot.

Lozano scored PSV's fourth minutes later to guarantee them the win.

Mason Mount scored a consolation goal for the Vitesse in the 63rd minute as the team now drop to fourth place in the standings.

Elsewhere in Eredivisie action, Ashton Gotz started for Roda JC in their 1-1 tie with defending league champions Feyenoord.

Desevio Payne watched from the bench as Excelsior cruised to a 3-1 win over FC Twente.

In the Eerste Divisie, Andrija Novakovich looks to be in fine form as he scored a goal and notched an assist in Telstar's 4-0 win over Almere City.


Shaquell Moore made his La Liga debut for Levante as he came off the bench in the team's 2-2 tie with Eibar. The 20-year-old defender played his first game for the senior team in their 2-0 win over Girona in the Copa del Rey last Wednesday.


In the Allsvenskan, Romain Gall started for GIF Sundsvall in their 4-1 loss to Hammarby.

Brendan Hines-Ike started for Orebro in their 2-0 loss to IFK Norrkoping.

Mix Diskerud started for IFG Goteborg in their 2-1 loss to AIK.

In the Superettan, Andrew Stadler started while Alex de John came off the bench for Dalkurd as they confirmed their promotion to the Allsvenskan following a 1-0 win over GAIS. They still have a shot to win the title when they play their final game of the season on Saturday.


Rubio Rubin came off the bench for Stabaek in their 0-0 tie with Rosenborg.

Stefan Antonijevic watched from the bench in Lillestrom's 4-0 win over Aalesund.


Joshua Perez watched from the bench as Livorno came away with a 2-0 win over Piacenza.


Shawn Barry watched from the bench in Korona Kielce's 5-0 win over Lechia Gdansk.


Perry Kitchen started for Randers as they lost another game, this time 3-1 to Brondby.

Emmanuel Sabbi came off the bench for Hobro in their 1-1 tie with SonderjyskE.


Maki Tall started for Tours and was sent off for getting his second yellow card as the team fell 2-1 to Lorient.

Theoson Jordan Siebatcheu started and scored a goal for Reims in their 3-0 win over Nancy.

Quentin Westberg watched from the bench as Auxerre shared the points with Bourg-en-Bresse following their 1-1 tie.


Brian Span started for Mariehamn in their 1-0 loss to Ilves.

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