Landsholdsangriberen Kasper Dolberg took a leading role, as the Ajax Amsterdam on Sunday beat Utrecht 3-1 in the Æresdivisionen.
The 21-year-old dane brought the guests in front with 1-0 after a small fifteen minutes of the game with his seventh goal of the season in the Dutch league.
Dolberg brought the ball forward to the edge of the penalty area, and laid it to the left to Daley Blind.
Blind did immediately return the ball to the dane, who now had slipped free of his mark and therefore could reach to put the ball to the right before he hammered it in at the post for the 1-0 home win over Utrecht's Danish keeper, David Jensen.
a week ago were the roles reversed, as Dolberg was among oplæggerne, when Blind scored a hat-trick in a 8-0 victory over De Graafschap.
After an hour's play was Kasper Dolberg also involved in the Ajax' 2-0-scoring, when he was hauled over in the penalty area. After a WAS-review pointed the referee on the penalty spot, and Dusan Tadic increased the lead.
With a quarter back reduced Utrecht Nick Venema for 1-2 before your Frenkie de Jong six minutes into injury time beat Ajax-the victory stuck with the goal to 3-1.
Lasse Schöne got full playing time in Ajax' midfield, while Rasmus Nissen sat on the bench throughout the match for the guests. Utrecht was without the team's injured Danish striker Simon Makienok.
the Ajax ranks second in the Æresdivisionen after, PSV Eindhoven, although the Amsterdam team has won 15 of 17 matches this season. Ajax has 46 points in second place - three fewer than PSV.
Utrecht is number four with 28 points.
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