PSV Eindhoven hit Ukrainian side Chornomorets for two as they collected their first Europa League points.

  • By Jake Davison
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memphisdepayPSV came out swinging right from the start, with Ola Toivonen blasting a 30-yard effort at Chornomorets keeper, Dmitri Bzsotosny, who did well to deny the goal.

However, it only took 4 minutes for an early goal to materialise for PSV. Zakaria Bakkali set Memphis Depay up, who pulled off a top drawer finish to place the ball in the top right corner from 25 yards.

PSV’s defends showed capability in keeping the opponents out of their box, forcing them to take shots from distance. Chornomorets’ Bobko and Antonov had no luck in finding the net from this range, but the latter player came close to doing so, striking the bar. This chance was sure to be swept in by Franck Djadjedje but for a great block from Jeffrey Bruma.

This was part of a period of the match where PSV’s Tyton had much to do between the posts, pulling off number of fantastic saves that sent the message that Tyton is out to prove himself against new first choice Jeroen Zoet.

It was Memphis Delay who would orchestrate the next goal, however, playing Florian Josefzoon through who rounded the keeper with his notorious blistering pace, finishing cooly to wrap the game up in the 87th minute.

PSV showed last night that they are ready to get back to form after disappointing defeats both in Europe and domestically.

 




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