RECAP: FC EINDHOVEN 3-2 HELMOND SPORT
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RICH FIDLER - Sunday, March 14, 2010
Helmond Sport fell for the second time in three games on Friday evening, after starting the final period of Jupiler League play with three straight victories.

American Charles Kazlauskas went the full ninety minutes in his customary right midfield position.

The visitors took the early lead when Eindhoven defender Jelle De Bock inadvertently put the ball past his own keeper from a Helmond Sport corner kick.

De Bock's defensive partner Ruud van de Rijt would level the score in the 36th minute. The defender shook his marker, Sjoerd Winkens, and headed a corner kick past Robert Van Westerop.

Just seven minutes later striker, Tim Nelemans was a lucky recipient of a ball that feel to his feet in the penalty area and he slammed it home for the 2-1 lead.

The home team's eventual game winner came from defender Rémy Amieux who darted past a stagnant Helmond defense before finishing calmly past Van Westerop in the 64th minute.

Helmond's Johan Voskamp pulled a goal back three minutes later with a spectacular bicycle kick off a bouncing ball in the area that caught Eindhoven goalkeeper Ruud Swinkels flat footed.

Helmond will head back home next Friday to host the Go Ahead Eagles.
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