Beloved in Amsterdam, this is Marco Pantelek. The Serbian played only one season in white, red and white, but was popular with the fans. Thanks in part to his big passing and goal in a 4-1 win over PSV Eindhoven in 2010.
“The covers are always special matches. They are not ordinary matches. You live for this, you have to distinguish yourself and be ready for it. At our stadium we had to win and we did it convincingly against PSV Eindhoven by four goals. Just like Feyenoord, we beat them that season too. “.
A superb shot from Pantelek led to a superb Ajax goal from Urby Emmanuelson. The striker laughs “I saw the space in Urby and decided to do it with a helicopter. That added some luck too. My passes were great, but Emmanuelson made them magical.”
“The match against PSV was important for me and the team. We were on a good stage at the time and we won everything. Before that match, I was told in the dressing room what a duel with PSV entailed. I had to worry because I played the derby in Serbia. The loss was there. Also unimaginable. Whatever happened, I fought, that was my philosophy.”
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