Feyenoord Rotterdam Goals

Liverpool Advance, Napoli Crashed Out of Champions League
Liverpool made their way into the knock out stage of UEFA Champions League in some style as Jurgen Klopp's men demolished Spartak Moscow 7-0 at Anfield. Needing just a point to get them into the next round, The Reds were aiming for more as they were looking for all three points in front of their home crowd.
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Tottenham Beat Dortmund at Wembley, Liverpool Held
Tottenham Hotspur finally able to shake off their so called Wembley issue as this midweek Mauricio Pochettino's men picked up an important 3-1 in over Borussia Dortmund. It was an important result indeed that put a positive start for Spurs' Champions League campaign this season along with putting an end to their disappointment at Wembley this season.
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Man United Suffered Shock Defeat to Feyenoord in Europa League
Manchester United's journey in Europa League didn't start well as they suffered a shock defeat from Feyenoord Rotterdam this Thursday. Focusing more in battling for Premier League challenge, Man United rested several regular starters and it eventually haunt them as they were struggling to break down their opponent's defense even since the first 45 minutes.
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Ajax Amsterdam vs Feyenoord Rotterdam (2-1)
Ajax Amsterdam continue to their title challenge in winning this year's Dutch Eredivisie after defeating Feyenoord 2-1. Playing in front of their home crowd, Ajax didn't have the best of start as they found themselves trailing after just 13 minutes through Jens Toornstra.
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Alkmaar vs Feyenoord Rotterdam (4-2)
Feyenoord Rotterdam's Eredivisie title challenge took a heavy blow this past weekend as they were beaten by AZ Alkmaar. Keen on keeping up pace with Ajax Amsterdam at the top of standings, Feyenoord actually made a bright start on that game as they went one up after just 12 minutes through Michiel Kramer.
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Ajax Remain Top of Eredivisie Despite Defeat
Ajax Amsterdam suffered a disappointing result on their latest Dutch Eredivisie fixture as they slumped into a 1-0 defeat from Utrecht. Fortunately for Frank De Boer's men that result didn't affect their table topping seat since Ajax's rival, Feyenoord Rotterdam were held into a 1-1 draw.
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Excelsior vs Feyenoord Rotterdam (2-4)
Feyenoord Rotterdam still maintaining their runners up spot in current Dutch Eredivisie standings after grabbing an impressive away win over Excelsior this past weekend. The away team made a bright start on that match as they went one goal up after just two minutes of play though Dirk Kuyt.
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Feyenoord Rotterdam vs Twente (5-0)
Feyenoord Rotterdam sitting second on the current Dutch Eredivisie standings after they grabbed a comfortable home win over Twente Enschede this past weekend. The home side started off in an attacking fashion as they already taking a one goal lead after seven minutes into the game through Simon Gustafson's effort.
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Van Bronckhorst Delighted With Feyenoord Coaching Role
Dutch side, Feyenoord Rotterdam appointed a new head coach as they introduced former national team star, Giovanni Van Bronckhorst, who is excited with his role. The former Barcelona left back revealed that being Feyenoord's head coach is like a dream come true for him, so despite his appointment didn't arrive at the best timing, he still cherish it.
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Feyenoord Rotterdam vs Go Ahead Eagles (0-1)
Feyenoord Rotterdam still haven't secure the third place seat in Dutch Eredivisie standings as they were beaten by Go Ahead Eagles this past weekend. Playing in front of their home crowd, Feyenoord were determined in grabbing all three points which could help them securing that top three seat.
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Willem II vs Feyenoord Rotterdam (2-2)
Feyenoord Rotterdam were determined in securing their third place seat in Dutch Eredivisie as they target all three points on their weekend trip to face Willem II. Things were looking promising for the visitor when they were able to get in front on the half hour mark through Manu's effort.
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Feyenoord Rotterdam vs PSV Eindhoven (2-1)
PSV Eindhoven saw their lead at the top of Dutch Eredivisie being cut again as this past weekend they were defeated by third place seat, Feyenoord Rotterdam. The home side looking really determined in grabbing maximum points from their opponent as they put on an aggressive approach since kick off.
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Feyenoord and Ajax Victorious in Eredivisie
Feyenoord keeping their third place seat in the current Dutch Eredivisie standings after snatching a precious home win over NAC Breda. Mitchell te Vrede was the main man for Feyenoord on that tie as he bagged two goals after Lex Immers opened the scoring after just 1o minutes of play.
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