A round-up of how all the Dutchmen playing in Europe’s biggest leagues fared over the weekend.
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Vincent Janssen finally netted his first goal from open play in the Premier League as Tottenham beat Bournemouth 4-0. The striker came off the bench with a few minutes left and scored from close range.
Daryl Janmaat put in a good performance for Watford as they beat Swansea City 1-0. Luciano Narsingh and Leroy Fer featured for Swansea but couldn’t make an impact with the former substituted on 58 minutes. Mike van der Hoorn was an unused substitute.
Bruno Martins Indi and Erik Pieters both played the full game as Stoke City beat Hull City 3-1.
Ronald Koeman’s Everton saw off Burnley 3-1 with Maarten Stekelenburg as an unused substitute.
Patrick van Aanholt returned from injury as a 69th-minute substitute in Crystal Palace’s 2-2 draw with Leicester City.
Jordy Clasie was an unused substitute as Southampton lost 3-0 to Manchester City.
Georginio Wijnaldum completed another 90 minutes for Liverpool in their 1-0 win at West Brom which boosts their chances of a Champions League spot.
Timothy Fosu-Mensah came off the bench in the 92nd minute of Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Chelsea. Daley Blind was an unused substitute for United, while Nathan Ake remained on the bench for Chelsea.
Marten de Roon played 79 minutes of Middlesbrough’s 2-1 defeat to Arsenal. The midfielder only touched the ball twenty times but made two tackles and two clearances.
Russian Premier League
Quincy Promes excelled for Spartak Moscow as they beat Zenit st Petersburg 2-1 to take a big step towards the title. The winger scored and then set up the winner.
Italian Serie A
Roma’s chances of lifting the Serie A title took a major blow with Atalanta holding them to a 1-1 draw. Kevin Strootman played the full game for the Romans, while Hans Hateboer put in a good performance for Atalanta.
Stefan de Vrij and Wesley Hoedt were back together in the Lazio defence on Saturday but couldn’t prevent their side from being held to a 2-2 draw by Genoa.
Jonathan de Guzman played 67 minutes of Chievo’s 4-0 defeat to Cagliari on Saturday before being substituted.
Timo Letschert was an unused substitute for Sassuolo in their 2-1 win over Sampdoria.
French Ligue 1
Lyon’s game at Bastia was abandoned at halftime due to crowd trouble. Memphis Depay was among the Lyon players confronted on the pitch by angry home fans, and although 45 minutes of the game was played another incident at halftime led to the game being stopped.
Anwar El Ghazi had a poor game as Lille went down 2-0 at Rennes. The winger played the full game but had a night to forget while Ricardo Kishna appeared at halftime and came close to a consolation with a strike that hit the woodwork.
Andries Jonker’s Wolfsburg eased to a 3-0 win over Ingolstadt with Riechedly Bazoer putting in a strong midfield performance before going off with nine minutes left.
Paul Verhaegh netted a penalty as Augsburg beat Cologne 2-1 despite going down to nine men with former Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason seeing red.
Arjen Robben came off the bench in the second half as Bayern Munich were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by ten-man Bayer Leverkusen.
Portuguese Liga NOS
Bas Dost scored his 27th league goal of the season in Sporting Lisbon’s 3-0 win at Vitoria de Setubal. Marvin Zeegelar played 79 minutes for Sporting while Luc Castaignos was left on the bench.
Spanish La Liga
Ola John came off the bench in the 82nd minute of Deportivo la Coruna’s 2-0 win over Malaga.
Ryan Donk appeared in the 73rd minute of Real Betis 2-0 win over Eibar.
Jasper Cillessen was an unused substitute as Barcelona beat Real Sociedad 3-2.
Belgian Jupiler League
Club Brugge were held to a 2-2 draw by Zulte Waregem on Monday. Stefano Denswil, Ruud Vormer and Lex Immers all featured for Brugge while Robert Muhren remained on the bench for Zulte Waregem.
Bram Nuytinck came off the bench with three minutes left of Anderlecht’s 1-0 win at KV Oostende.
Albert Stuivenberg’s Genk eased to a 3-0 win at Kortrijk with Jean-Paul Boetius playing an hour and Sandy Walsh playing the full game.