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The Dutch giants have been setting negative records lately. Usually, Ajax and PSV don't lose too many matches per year, especially in domestic competitions. However, recent results reveal that both teams are struggling and the numbers show it.
3 - Ajax have lost three consecutive games in all competitions without scoring a goal for the first time since April 1956. Blanks. pic.twitter.com/j7OFlQsnOA— OptaJohan (@OptaJohan) December 15, 2019
Ajax has been dominant domestically and performed one of the team's best European campaigns last year. This year, Ten Hag's team was on a roll to secure their Eredivisie title, while maintaining their competitiveness in the Champions League. But recent results not only put the team away from the Champions League round of 16 but also allowed AZ Alkmaar to equal their points on top of the Eredivisie.
Ajax lost 3 consecutive games in all competitions without scoring a single goal:
We have to get back until April 1956 to find something equal to this!
10 – PSV have failed to win ten of their last 12 games in all competitions, as many as in their previous 31 games. Sack. pic.twitter.com/V1XuBLtmz0— OptaJohan (@OptaJohan) December 16, 2019
Currently 4th in the Eredivisie, 10 points behind Ajax and AZ Alkmaar, and out of the Europa League, PSV Eindhoven leaves one of the worst moments in club's history. Van Bommel was sacked after a run of just 2 wins in 12 matches in all competitions. Amongst the matches, are some incredibly bad losses that show how bad PSV is performing:
PSV will now be managed my a temporary replacement as the team prepares the Dutch Cup game against GVVV on Wednesday, December 18. PSV hosts PEC Zwolle Saturday, December 21.
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