SC Cambuur has beaten PEC Zwolle without too much effort. The formation of trainer Henk de Jong did that with 1-2 and thus maintained itself in the upper part of the middle bracket. PEC, which came to life late, is at the bottom.
The threat from Cambuur initially came mainly from the second line. Mees Hoedemakers opened the scoring in the 22nd minute. After Issa Kallon had put the ball back, he shot from afar. A little earlier, Doke Schmidt had also tried from a distance, but the defender found Greek goalkeeper Kostas Lamprou in his way.
Shortly after the resumption, the newcomer extended further. Robin Maulun made it 0-2. The Frenchman shot the ball beautifully from a free kick into the top corner, where Lamprou just couldn’t reach it enough.
PEC Zwolle, the least productive formation in the Eredivisie, initially offered little in return. The threat only came in the last phase, including by substitute Slobodan Tedic. Things got exciting when Dean Huiberts headed in the 1-2 in the 79th minute, after a pass from Kenneth Paal.
The formation of coach Art Langeler only won once this season in the competition, against Heracles Almelo. In the cup there was still success against De Graafschap.
Cambuur played his 250th game in the Eredivisie. On August 15, 1992, the club made its debut with a draw at Go Ahead Eagles.
Source: RTL Nieuws by www.rtlnieuws.nl.
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