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PSV Eindhoven kept alive their hopes of catching Ajax Amsterdam at the top of the Dutch Eridivisie on Saturday (April 20) ...
with a 3-1 win at AZ Alkmaar. AZ started brightly and were unlucky not to take the lead in the 21st minute when Adam Maher exchanged passes with Jozy Altidore on the edge of the PSV penalty area but his shot struck the side netting.
SHOWS: ALKMAAR, NETHERLANDS (APRIL 20, 2013) (IMG - SEE RESTRICTIONS IN SCRIPT BEFORE BROADCAST) AZ ALKMAAR V PSV EINDHOVEN (BLUE SHIRTS) 1. PLAYERS WALK ON TO PITCH 2. CROWD 3. AZ'S ADAM MAHER (8) EXCHANGES PASSES WITH JOZY ALTIDORE (17) AND SHOOTS NARROWLY WIDE INTO THE SIDE NETTING 4. AZ'S NICK VIERGEVER (4) HEADS THE BALL OFF OF THE GOAL LINE 5. PSV'S MARK VAN BOMMEL (6) SCORES DIRECTLY FROM A FREE KICK. PSV LEAD 1-0 6. CROWD 7. SLOW MOTION REPLAY OF GOAL 8. MAHER CUTS IN FROM THE AZ RIGHT WING AND SHOOTS NARROWLY WIDE 9. PSV'S JEREMAIN LENS (11) BREAKS WITH THE BALL AND FINDS KEVIN STROOTMAN (8) WHO PASSES FIRST TIME TO DRIES MERTENS (14) WHO SCORES. PSV LEAD 2-0 10. LENS PICKS UP A POOR CLEARANCE, RUNS INTO THE AZ PENALTY AREA AND SCORES. PSV LEAD 3-0 11. MAHER PASSES TO JOHANN BERG GUDMUNDSSON (7) WHOSE CROSS IS TURNED IN BY ARON JOHANNSSON (20). PSV LEAD 3-1 STORY: PSV Eindhoven kept alive their hopes of catching Ajax Amsterdam at the top of the Dutch Eridivisie on Saturday (April 20) with a 3-1 win at AZ Alkmaar. AZ started brightly and were unlucky not to take the lead in the 21st minute when Adam Maher exchanged passes with Jozy Altidore on the edge of the PSV penalty area but his shot struck the side netting. In the 36th minute pressure from PSV resulted in Maher giving away a free kick 20 metres from goal from which Mark van Bommel scored, the veteran striking a fierce shot which gave AZ goalkeeper Esteban Alvarado no chance as it flew into the roof of the net. Two goals in a four minute spell in the second half settled the contest, some excellent interplay between Jermain Lens and Kevin Strootman allowed Dries Mertens to sweep in PSV's second goal in the 57th minute. Lens then took advantage of some bad AZ defending, pouncing on a poor clearance to put the game beyond the home side's reach with PSV's third goal of the evening although there was time for a consolation goal for the home side, Aron Johannsson turning in his Icelandic compatriot Johann Berg Gudmundsson's cross following a superb move. The victory moves PSV into second place in the table four points behind Ajax with both teams having three more games to play while AZ stay in 13th place on 33 points.