Ajax Women win the Dutch Cup


The Ajax Women have won the Dutch Cup for the sixth time in the club's history. In the Koning Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Amsterdam team made the difference in the second half against Fortuna Sittard, winning 3-1. Nadine Noordam, Rosa van Gool, and Bente Jansen scored the goals.


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The Ajax Women had to play the Dutch Cup final without starting players Romée Leuchter and Sherida Spitse. In the first fifteen minutes, the Ajax Women didn't seem to be affected by their absence. They started strong and created several good chances. After that flashy start, the match became more balanced.

In the second half, the Ajax Women quickly made the difference. First, Noordam scored from the penalty spot. A few minutes later, Van Gool made it 2-0. Fortuna Sittard managed to pull one back to 2-1, but ten minutes before the end, Jansen sealed the victory.

Ajax Women - Fortuna Sittard 3-1 (0-0)
54. Noordam (pen.) 1-0
58. Van Gool 2-0
65. Delacauw 2-1
85. Jansen 3-1

Ajax Women: Van Eijk; De Klonia (87. Keijzer), De Sanders, Kardinaal, Weerden (90. Verhoeve); Van Gool, Yohannes (79. Noordman), Noordam; Keukelaar (79. Jansen), Grant (87. Tolhoek), T. Hoekstra

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