PSV Eindhoven vs. Feyenoord live stream - PSV looking to bounce back from 1st Eredivisie defeat of campaign
PSV Eindhoven will look to bounce back from their first defeat of the 2017-18 Eredivisie season when they host league leaders and defending champions Feyenoord on Sunday afternoon.
Watch & bet on live streaming football at bet365 > sports > live streaming soccer. PSV v Feyenoord kicks off at 1545 BST on Sunday, September 17
PSV welcome Feyenoord to Philips Stadion in Eindhoven on the back of a 2-0 loss at Heerenveen last weekend which saw them fall three points off the championship pace and hand De club aan de Maas the edge in the title race in the process.
Eindhoven were caught on the hop at Heerenveen as they fell two behind within six minutes at Abe Lenstra Stadion and despite their best efforts couldn't muster a second half comeback.
PSV's cause wasn't aided by the 37th minute sending off of Mexican striker Hirving Lozano who received a straight red card for a reckless challenge. Manager Phillip Cocu was less than pleased with his team’s performance but expressed ‘huge doubts’ on the Hirving Lozano sending off.
"He just slipped on the wet turf and should not have been sent off," Cocu told the club's official website.
"We just could not put pressure on their defence in the way we would have liked," the former Barcelona defender added.
"Players are expected to carry out their jobs and some of them should learn how to read the game. We did not perform as a collective team. We are far from happy and must improve when we host leaders Feyenoord next week."
Feyenoord, meanwhile, go into Matchday 5 with four straight wins under their belt, 12 goals scored and just three conceded in the process.
A 4-2 win at Heracles last weekend maintained their perfect start to the Eredivisie campaign, however, that was tempered somewhat by a crushing 4-0 defeat at home to Manchester City in their UEFA Champions League opener on Wednesday night.
"It was the first time at this level for my players. So it’s not good for your confidence if you go 1-0 behind after two minutes," manager Giovanni Van Bronckhorst said after the game.
"Our defending was not good for the first goal. A corner was taken quickly and a one-on-one situation was created. That was probably down to the tension. Whatever it was, the goal made things a lot harder for us, especially at this level."
Adding, "The result was disappointing, but we have to take positives from this match,’ added Van Bronckhorst. ‘We have experienced the very highest level and that is good for my players. After one match nothing is lost, but we know that it is a very tough group. We have to show that we have learned from this in the next matches against Napoli and Shakhtar."
Van Bronckhorst's men will be determined to get back on the winning horse, then, as they gear up for their next Champions League outing at Napoli on September 29.
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