It promised to be a loaded evening, especially for Robin Pröpper. After having played in Heracles’ shirt for five years, he switched to FC Twente last summer. An extremely sensitive transfer for the supporters of Heracles. After several derbies got out of hand this season, the Twente derby was under a magnifying glass. However, the audience deserved a big compliment on Friday evening, because there was a great atmosphere in the stadium.
Twente had a dream start in De Grolsch Veste. Already after five minutes Ron Jans’ team was looking at a lead, after Hilgers managed to fumble in the ball by hanging and strangling the second post. It marked Hilgers’ first goal in the Eredivisie.
The home team dominated the first half and Heracles coach Frank Wormuth also saw that his team barely got around to playing. After half an hour he decided to intervene and he brought Ismail Azzaoui in the squad for Navajo Bakbord. On the stroke of half-time, Heracles finally created some danger. Rai Vloet decided to strike from a distance and Twente goalkeeper Lars Unnerstall had to pull out all the stops to stop the ball.
After the break, Heracles bit off more, which benefited the match. With just under half an hour to go, the pan caught fire. Michal Sadílek wanted the game to be stopped after an injury to his teammate and therefore decided to make a hard tackle on Rai Vloet. The Czech had to pay for this promotion with a yellow print and Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Kaj Sierhuis were also thrown out.
With a feline reflex, Janis Blaswich kept his team going not much later. The Heracles goalkeeper saved very well on a hard shot by Daan Rots. Both teams scored several more chances in the remainder of the game, but no more goals were scored.
View the standings, results and the program in the Eredivisie here.
Source: De Telegraaf by www.telegraaf.nl.
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