Jong Ajax also failed to win in the seventh match of the season. Just before the end things went wrong against FC Eindhoven. Haarlemmer Ozan Kökcü curled the ball into the cross in the 92nd minute. Jaydon Banel scored for the team from Amsterdam in the 37th minute.
With Diant Ramaj under the goal bar, Young Ajax started the home game quite well. It marked the first appearance for the German goalkeeper, who came over from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer for around eight million euros. In the beginning, the Amsterdam engine had to get going. But during the first half, Young Ajax with Anass Salah-Eddine in the starting line-up had more and more opportunities. However, players like Mika Godts, Gabriel Misehouy and Kristian Hlynsson lacked sharpness.
There was more sharpness with Jaydon Banel. The right winger briefly took the left winger position in the 37th minute. He then dribbled in and shot the ball into the bottom right of the Eindhoven goal.
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After the break, Dave Vos’ talents lacked creativity and speed. The trainer made plenty of changes in the second half and saw FC Eindhoven create little. The three points seemed to be in the proverbial bag. Until the visitors were awarded a free kick just outside the penalty area in injury time. Ozan Kökcü neatly captured this opportunity. Goalkeeper Ramaj touched the ball, but was unable to sufficiently counter the effort of the former Telstar player.
Due to the late draw, Jong Ajax remains number nineteen in the first division. Two points from seven games, only Telstar is doing even worse with one point.
Line-up Young Ajax: Ramaj; Sarfo (Speksnijder/84), Aertssen, Gooijer, Salah-Eddine (Chourak/46); Brandes, Misehouy, Hlynsson (Janse/61); Banel, Kalokoh (Martha/46), Godts (Agougil/61)