Feyenoord are still unbeaten under Dick Advocaat after coming away from PSV Eindhoven with a 1-1 draw.

A 3-1 defeat at Feyenoord is what cost Mark van Bommel his job back in December. Since then results have improved under Ernest Faber and they went into the clash with Feyenoord looking for revenge. However, the Rotterdammers haven’t tasted defeat since Dick Advocaat took charge and they still have hopes of finishing in the top two.

Feyenoord had the first big chance of the game in the sixth minute but Robert Bozenik fired wide from a Steven Berghuis free-kick. At the other end, Denzel Dumfries sent a header wide.

In the 33rd minute, the deadlock was broken by Eric Botteghin, who headed in a corner to put Feyenoord ahead.

Two minutes into the second half, Cody Gakpo equalised for PSV Eindhoven with a fierce strike into the far corner. PSV then tried to force the lead but Sam Lammers was denied by Justin Bijlow.

Feyenoord were also dangerous and only a stunning save from Lars Unnerstall and the post prevented Bozenik from scoring. Feyenoord also wanted a penalty for a handball by Dumfries, but it was not given.

Feyenoord remains in third with the point and just above PSV, who are one point behind them.

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