UEFA Champions League In the third-week match of Group A, Napoli defeated Ajax with a different result like 6-1. Giacomo Raspadori in the 18th and 47th minutes, Giovanni Di Lorenzo in the 33rd minute, Piotr Zielinski in the 45th minute, Khvicha Kvaratshelia in the 63rd minute and Giovanni Simeone in the 81st minute scored the goals that brought the victory to the Italian representative in the fight played at the Johan Cruyff Arena. Ajax’s only point came from Mohammed Kudus in the 9th minute. The home team also completed the fight with 10 players, with Dusan Tadic receiving a second yellow card in the 73rd minute.
Heaviest Defeat in AJAX HISTORY
Napoli became the first team to score six goals in one match against Ajax in the history of European Cups. The Dutch representative last lost 5-1 to Bayern Munich in the 1980 Champion Clubs Cup. On the other hand, Ajax, who lost 9-4 to their arch-rival Feyenoord in November 1964, lost to Napoli 6-1 last night and faced the heaviest defeat in all leagues since then.
HARD RESPONSE FROM SNEIJDER: A HUGE SHAME
Everything we analyzed before the game, we saw on the field. Napoli did what it needed to do. Ajax gave control to Napoli from the beginning of the match. Ajax acted very unprofessionally and did not take into account the speed and quality of Napoli. The score was already 4-1 before halftime. So something is not right here.
Why were the changes not made at halftime or before? Why are the same names removed from the game and replaced by the same players every game? I would have liked to see Berghuis disappointed when he was removed from the game.
Players like Dusan Tadic and Daley Blind are always kept in the game. It is a real shame to have the same players on the field all the time. He says we are not as good a team as Napoli. Then you have to ask yourself, ‘Are you going to do anything even when you’re down 3-1, 4-1? When you look at your hut, you should use whatever you have.