SATURDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2014
ADO DEN HAAG 1 – 1 GO AHEAD EAGLES
ADO coach Henk Fraser was left fuming after seeing his side miss many chances to scrape a 1-1 draw at home to Go Ahead Eagles on Saturday writes Will Burns.
ADO started the brighter of the two sides with midfielder Kevin Jansen slotting the ball home after just six minutes but was deemed offside by the referee’s assistant.
It was a quiet first half and young substitute Teije ten Den arrived on the pitch for Jules Reimerink just before the hour mark for the Eagles of Deventer and got involved straight away. On the hour we saw the first goal when summer signing Timothy Derijck, from PSV Eindhoven, headed into his own net under pressure from Ten Den.
The hosts surged on for the equaliser and Go Ahead called upon Eric Cummins to save them many times over but with five minutes remaining the score was level. The big keeper rushed out to claim a cross but Michiel Kramer was unmarked to poke home after the ball crashed off the crossbar.
After the game, ADO coach Fraser stated he expected to win this game and expects much better from his side next weekend at home to AZ Alkmaar.
ADO: Hansen, Zuiverloon, Derijck, Kanon, Meijers, Malone (Alberg 23), Kristensen, Jansen (Bakker 75), Schet (Houtkoop 62), Kramer, Van Duinen.
SUBS NOT USED: Zwinkels, Ebuehi, Owobowale, Merencia.
GOALS: Kramer 84.
BOOKINGS: Kanon 81.
GO AHEAD: Cummins, Nieuwpoort, Schenk, Van der Linden, Wijnaldum, Van Ooijen (Lambooij 63), Overgoor, Duits (De Bondt 79), Rijsdijk, Lewis, Reimerink (Ten Den 57).
SUBS NOT USED: Van der Hart, Amevor, Van der Meer, Postma.
GOALS: Derijck 60OG.
BOOKINGS: Duits 27.
MAN OF THE MATCH: Thomas Kristensen (ADO)
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