Four hits Kallon in victory Cambuur, Almere City takes the lead in KKD

Issa Kallon helped SC Cambuur on Friday in the Kitchen Champion Division with four goals to a 5-2 victory over Young FC Utrecht. Earlier in the evening, Almere City FC took the lead by beating Helmond Sport at home with 2-0.

Almere City displaces NAC from the lead

Cambuur came in Leeuwarden thanks to two hits from Kallon in the final phase of the first half to 2-0 against Young
FC Utrecht. First the attacker worked a rebound from a free kick on the post by Mitchel Paulissen and just before half time he shot the ball into the far corner.

Michael Breij extended the margin shortly after the break, after which Kallon was again accurate in the 54th minute by tapping in a cross from Jamie Jacobs. In the final phase, Kallon made his fourth of the game by taking advantage of a moderate kick from goalkeeper Joey Houweling and Jeredy Hilterman and Tim Pieters save the honor for Jong Utrecht.

In Flevoland, Almere City escaped shortly after the break against Helmond Sport, because a goal by Jordy Thomassen was rejected due to offside. After that, ‘De Zwarte Schapen’ could make the difference.

Anass Ahannach came in in the 63rd minute and a minute later scored the ball over Helmond goalie Stijn van Gassel. Three minutes later, defender Delvechio Blackson fired in a rebound.

The players of Almere City celebrate the victory over Helmond Sport. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Almere City pushes NAC Breda from first place with the victory and now has one point more than the formation from Brabant, which will receive Jong PSV on Saturday evening. Cambuur occupies third place on three points behind the leader.

FC Dordrecht left the last place due to a win over Jong AZ: 2-0. After Young AZ defender Fons Gemmel got his second yellow card for handing out an elbow, Kevin Jansen shot the home team 1-0 with a dry bang just before half time. In the final minute, Julius Bliek determined the final score with a header.

TOP Oss is the new last player with a 3-0 defeat at MVV Maastricht. Joeri Schroijen scored twice on behalf of the Limburgers, for which Joy-Lance Mickels determined the final score. TOP played the last twenty minutes with ten men due to a red card for Lorenzo Piqué.

View the results, the stand and the program in the Kitchen Champion Division



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