Written by Jake Fenner for Dailymail.Com
20:38 29 November 2023, updated 22:14 29 November 2023
- PSV Eindhoven trailed 2-0 before Sevilla’s red card changed the complexity of the match
- Pepe’s header was enough to give PSV Eindhoven three points in Spain
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Sergino Dest’s assist sparked the team’s comeback and Ricardo Pepe sealed PSV’s victory with a stoppage-time goal to take all three points in a 3-2 win over Sevilla.
PSV was trailing 2-0 just two minutes into the second half, as Sergio Ramos scored in the 24th minute, then Youssef En-Nesyri doubled the lead in the 47th minute.
But a red card in the 66th minute by striker Lucas Ocampos gave the goal Good heart Direct entry hole.
Just two minutes after the hosts were reduced to ten men, Dest sent a cross in which substitute Ismail Saibari shot without even looking at the net.
In the 81st minute, PSV threatened again and Jorbe Vertesen sent a second chance ball that hit the body of Sevilla player Nemanja Godelli and entered his net to equalize.
But it was an Eindhoven counterattack in the second minute of stoppage time that led to the victory and the decisive three points.
Vertesen launched a counter-attack and dribbled around his marker Tanguy Nianzou and into open space.
He sent a cross that was perfect for Pepe to head on, past goalkeeper Marko Dimitrovic and into the net.
The win now moves PSV Eindhoven into second place in Group B of the Champions League – just one point behind Arsenal at the full-time whistle.
They are also three points ahead of the team behind them – Lens – and with a better goal difference.
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