There was a ceremony to take off the top, but there was no yellow card. Because it has more value than football.

Ajax won 4-0 against Sparta Rotterdam in the 22nd round of the Dutch Eredivisie in the 2022-23 season held at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam, the Netherlands at 0:45 am (Korean time) on the 20th. With this victory, second place Ajax (46 points) continued to pursue first place Feyenoord (49 points).

Last Friday, Ajax met Union Berlin in the first leg of the Europa League (UEL) round of 16 playoff and drew after a bloody battle. It was a tight schedule to play the league game in three days, but there was no time to breathe. It was because they needed 3 points to bring down the leader Feyenoord.

The main axis members scrambled as they were. Steven Berwein, Dusan Tadic, Mohamed Kudus, Davy Klaassen, Steven Berhauys, Edson Alvarez, Julian Timber, and Jeronimo Luli took the field as starters.

It was one-sided. Ajax took the lead six minutes after kick-off with a Tadic goal. In the 27th minute of the first half, Kenneth Taylor ran away with an additional goal. After entering the second half, Tadic widened the gap with a multi-goal. Ajax’s Calvin Bash, Brian Broby, Jorel Hato and Francisco Conceaão came on as substitutes in turn to solidify.

Kudus nailed it. In the 39th minute of the second half, a free kick was awarded from a dangerous area. Kudus, who started as the kicker, attempted a shot himself. The ball hit the top left corner and scored. It was a goal completed with a perfect trajectory. 온라인바카라

A special ceremony was held after the goal was scored. It was for Christian Art, who passed away not long ago in the great earthquake in Turkiye. Kudus lifted the top of his uniform, and inside was engraved ‘RIP (Rest In Peace) ATSU (Arts)’.

Normally, a topless ceremony would result in a yellow card, but Kudus was not cautioned. After the match, Kudus told ESPN, “The ceremony is about life and death. It goes beyond the rules of football. The referee told me I wasn’t allowed to, but I understood the situation. I thank the referee and respect him very much. He thanked referee Paul van Vokel for understanding his ceremony.

Kudus also said: “Everyone knows what happened in Türkiye. I learned a lot from watching Art. Everything I put on today is for him. If he hadn’t scored, he would have shown his shirt after the match.” In memory of Art, who passed away in a sad accident.

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