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PSV Eindhoven is not infallible in the Eredivisie: Bakayoko's goal is not enough to achieve a (record) 18th consecutive win |  soccer

PSV Eindhoven is not infallible in the Eredivisie: Bakayoko's goal is not enough to achieve a (record) 18th consecutive win | soccer

PSV is not so far-fetched in its own country after all. PSV Eindhoven lost its first points of the season this afternoon. Despite Bakayoko's goal, the score remained 1-1 in Utrecht. Very sad: PSV Eindhoven misses a record 18th consecutive win due to dropping points.

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The move to Utrecht was much more than a routine Sunday afternoon outing for PSV Eindhoven. The proud leader of the Eredivisie was still top of the Eredivisie with maximum points 17 days after the match and was able to improve on his record at Galgenwaard. Only in the 1987-1988 season did a Dutch club, then also PSV Eindhoven, also start competing. After 36 years, the people of Eindhoven were keen to secure an 18th successive win in the competition.

The mission could not have started better for PSV. Just seven minutes later, Red Devil Yohan Bakayoko cleverly crossed for Dest and appeared to be taking his side into the history books. The goal was also the highlight of Bakayoko, who, like Jorbe Vertessen, has played a lesser game.

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PSV looked like they wanted to get the win by controlling the pace, but that was not the case after half-time from a red-hot Utrecht side. Ousmane Boussaid, the 23-year-old Belgian from Utrecht, quickly erased the opening goal in the second half. He did not inspire PSV to play better football – on the contrary. It was Utrecht that later had the greatest claim to greater stratagem. Bou Said's shot went wide of the goal, but PSV Eindhoven only compensated for it with a shot from substitute Lozano that hit the crossbar.

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With a 1-1 draw, PSV suffered their first points loss of the season at the end of January and failed to break their record. Bakayoko, Vertesen and co still reign supreme at the top of the Eredivisie.

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