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Life after Steve McCLaren did not start well for FC Twente as they were beaten 2-0 at home by champions Ajax Amsterdam in ...
the Dutch Eredivisie on Saturday (March 2). Niklas Moisander produced a wonder strike from outside the area to give the visitors the lead after just three minutes and Ajax had plenty of distance between themselves and Twente by half time when Toby Alderweireld headed home a Christian Eriksen free-kick.
SHOWS: ENSCHEDE, NETHERLANDS (MARCH 2, 2013) IMG - SEE ABOVE RESTRICTIONS) FC TWENTE (RED) V AJAX AMSTERDAM (NAVY BLUE / HIGHLIGHTER GREEN) 1. TEAMS ON PITCH 2. ALFRED SCHREUDER TAKING HIS SEAT IN DUG OUT FOR FIRST MATCH IN CHARGE SINCE REPLACING STEVE MCCLAREN AS MANAGER FIRST HALF 3. GOAL, AJAX OPEN THE SCORING WHEN NIKLAS MOISANDER (NUMBER 4) LETS RIP WITH A THUNDERING CURVING RIGHT FOOTED STRIKE FROM WELL OUTSIDE THE BOX WHICH FINDS THE BACK OF THE NET , 0-1 (4TH MINUTE) 4. AJAX PLAYERS CELEBRATING 5. TWENTE GOAL KEEPER NIKOLAY MIHAYLOV (13) 6. REPLAY OF STRIKE 7. GOAL, AJAX DOUBLE THEIR LEAD WHEN TOBY ALDERWEIRELD (3) LATCHES ONTO A CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN'S (8) FREE KICK TO HEAD HOME THE VISITORS' SECOND, 0-2 (35TH MINUTE) 8. PLAYERS CELEBRATING 9. AJAX COACH FRANK DE BOER WATCHING ON FROM SIDELINES 10. REPLAY OF GOAL SECOND HALF 11. TWENTE PUSH FORWARD AND CREATED AN OPPORTUNITY THROUGH A THROW IN BUT LEROY FER'S (8) HEADER IS DIRECTED STRAIGHT AT AJAX GOAL-KEEPER KENNETH VERMEER (1), 0-2 (63RD MINUTE( 12. ERIKSEN TAKES ANOTHER FREE KICK FOR AJAX BUT THIS TIME ALDERWEIRELD'S HEADER IS COLLECTED BY MIHAYLOV, 0-2 (87TH MINUTE) 13. REFEREE BLOWS FINAL WHISTLE 14. DE BOER SHAKING HANDS WITH OTHER AJAX TEAM OFFICIALS 15. PLAYERS HUGGING ON PITCH 16. SCHREUDER LOOKING ON 17. TWENTE PLAYER ON ALL FOURS STORY: Life after Steve McCLaren did not start well for FC Twente as they were beaten 2-0 at home by champions Ajax Amsterdam in the Dutch Eredivisie on Saturday (March 2). Niklas Moisander produced a wonder strike from outside the area to give the visitors the lead after just three minutes and Ajax had plenty of distance between themselves and Twente by half time when Toby Alderweireld headed home a Christian Eriksen free-kick. Twente were better after the break but the game always appear beyond them after the early goals and in his first match since taking over from McClaren, who quit as manager mid-week, it was a night to forget for new coach Alfred Schreuder. The win ensures Ajax remains just two points behind league leaders, PSV Eindhoven. But defeat is a nail in the coffin of Twente's title chances as they now nine points behind PSV in fifth.