KNVB BEKER Second Round Report

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Just the two shock results in the second round of the Dutch cup (the KNVB Beker), as amutuer side Capelle handed Eerste Divisie team Almere City a 1-0 defeat to set up a tie with the Eredivisie’s FC Groningen in the Third Round draw. Meanwhile, Excelsior ’31 took Willem II to extra-time and turned the pro side over 2-1.

RKC Waalwijk - Heracles Almelo

The second round began on Tuesday with the big shock coming late that afternoon. Topklasse side Capelle saw off Almere with Marvin Strik scoring the only goal in extra time.

In an all-Eredivisie tie, Heracles overcame RKC Waalwijk in extra-time with a Thomas Bruns goal.

NEC Nijmegen eased into the next round as they hammered Hoofdklasse side Harkemase Boys 8-0 with Cristoph Hemlein netting a hat-trick. The other goals were netted by Navarone Foor, Alireza Jahanbakhsh, Samuel Štefánik and a Jakob Jantscher double.

Katwijk - SC Cambuur

SC Cambuur smashed Katwijk 6-1 with Kevin Brands, Paco Van Moorsel, Martijn Barto, Marcel Ritzmaier, Ramon Leeuwin and Marlon Pereira all netting for the Eredivisie side, while striker Jos Leonard grabbed a consolation.

ADO Den Haag scored three second half goals to progress courtesy of GVVV. The score finished 3-0 to the Eredivisie side with goals from Vito Wormgoor, Mathias Gehrt and Mike van Duinen.

Go Ahead Eagles nailed down a 3-0 win over DVS’33, with Erik Falkenburg, Doke Schmidt and Jop van der Linden with the scoring.

PSV - Telstar

On Wednesday night, PSV came back from a goal down to defeat Telstar 4-1 thanks to a Jurgen Locadia hat-trick. It was a poor game which saw Dianga Matusiwa score at the Phillips Stadion after just nine minutes. Florian Jozefzoon equalised on 40 minutes before Locadia netted five minutes later from the penalty spot. The young striker converted his second spot-kick on 74 minutes and looked to handball his third in from a whipping free-kick from the right from Zakaria Bakkali. PSV were rewarded with a home time against Roda JC in the next round.

Ajax - FC Volendam

FC Volendam held an under strength Ajax side into extra time at the Amsterdam Arena, although the Eredivisie giants scored three goals in the added time to win 4-2 at the final whistle. Volendam’s man-of-the-match Robert Mühren equalised after Lucas Andersen had put Ajax ahead, before putting the striker scored again to put the Eerste Divisie side ahead in extra time. However, Ajax then rose with a Lasse Schöne double, and a Danny Hoesen goal giving them the victory and the home tie against the lowly ASWH.

Vitesse comfortably beat RVVH 3-1 even though they originally fell a goal behind. Theo Janssen, Jan-Arie van der Heijden, and Guram Kashia all netting with Jesse Eggers scoring for the minnows.

NAC Breda also had to come from behind against Smitshoek. Tom den Boer scored for the underdogs but Elson Hooi and Mats Seuntjens spared NAC’s blushes in a 2-1 win.

Goals from Filip Kostić and Genero Zeefuik gave FC Groningen a 2-0 win over AFC.

Rijnsburgse Boys took the lead against Roda JC through Martin van Eeuwijk, but the Kerkrade side fought back, and two goals from Frank Demouge to give them the victory.

FC Utrecht also coasted through to the next round with a 4-1 win over FC Den Bosch. The in-form Steve de Ridder notched again, Gevero Markiet also netting and Jens Toornstra scoring twice while Mark van der Maarel scored an own goal to give the visitors a consolation.

AZ - Sparta

The cup holders AZ Alkmaar needed extra time to progress past Sparta Rotterdam by four goals to one. Johan Voskamp levelled the game up after Mattias Johansson’s opener. Meanwhile in extra-time, a double from Aron Johannsson and a Steven Berghuis strike saw AZ safely through.

Continuing their postivie start to the season, PEC Zwolle beat Fortuna Sittard 2-0 with Joost Broerse and Rochdi Achenteh scoring the goals.

Feyenoord - FC Dordrecht

Thursday evening wrapped the action up with Feyenoord defeating FC Dordrecht 3-0 thanks to a Graziano Pelle goal with Ruben Schaken and Samuel Armenteros adding to the tally.

Goal-scoring machine Alfred Finnbogason continued his fine form scoring twice in Heerenveen’s 3-0 win over FC Twente. Luciano Slagveer opened the scoring.

SECOND ROUND RESULTS

Tuesday 24th September

CAPELLE 1-0 ALMERE CITY (AET)

HARKEMASE BOYS 0-8 NEC NIJMEGEN

TEC 1-3 MVV

KATWIJK 1-6 SC CAMBUUR

DE GRAAFSCHAP 1-3 EXCELSIOR

EXCELSIOR ’31 2-1 WILLEM II (AET)

IJSSELMEERVOGELS 3-2 HELMOND SPORT (AET)

FC OSS 1-2 VVV VENLO

KOZAKKEN BOYS 3-0 SCHEVENINGEN

ACHILLES ’29 5-1 HSC ‘21

DVS ’33 0-3 GO AHEAD EAGLES

DEURNE 0-2 FC EMMEN

EHC 1-4 FC EINDHOVEN

BARENDRECHT 0-2 JVC CUIJK

GVVV 0-3 ADO DEN HAAG

RKC WAALWIJK 0-1 HERACLES (AET)

Wednesday 25th September

RVVH 1-3 VITESSE

SMITHSHOEK 1-2 NAC BREDA

RIJNSBURGSE BOYS 1-2 RODA JC

AFC 0-2 FC GRONINGEN

PSV 4-1 TELSTAR

AZ ALKMAAR 4-1 SPARTA ROTTERDAM (AET)

FC UTRECHT 4-1 FC DEN BOSCH

HOEK 3-0 HBS

PEC ZWOLLE 2-0 FORTUNA SITTARD

DE ZOUAVEN 0-2 NOORDWIJK

ASWH 1-0 ADO ‘20

AJAX 4-2 FC VOLENDAM (AET)

Thursday 26th September

HEERENVEEN 3-0 FC TWENTE

WILHELMINA 08 3-1 SWZ

DE TREFFERA 0-1 EVV

FEYENOORD 3-0 FC DORDRECHT

THIRD ROUND DRAW

(Matches to be played October 29th-31st)

VITESSE vs. NOORDWIJK

AZ ALKMAAR vs. ACHILLES ‘29

KOZAKKEN BOYS vs. FC UTRECHT

FEYENOORD vs. HSV HOEK

PSV vs. RODA JC

AJAX vs. ASWH

FC EINDHOVEN vs. NEC NIJMEGEN

EXCELSIOR vs. GO AHEAD EAGLES

SC CMABUUR vs. NAC BREDA

PEC ZWOLLE vs. WILHELMINA ‘08

SC HEERENVEEN vs. VVV VENLO

EXCELSIOR ’31 vs. HERACLES

MVV MAASTRICHT vs. ADO DEN HAAG

FC EMMEN vs. IJSSELMEERVOGELS

FC GRONINGEN vs. CAPELLE

JVC CUIJK vs. EVV

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