Scoring PSV debutant Zahavi: ‘Now one of the happiest people in Europe’

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Eran Zahavi looks back on his debut for PSV with a great feeling. The striker was immediately worth gold against Rosenborg (0-2) in the play-offs for the group stage of the Europa League on Thursday against Rosenborg (0-2) with a goal and an assist.

33-year-old Zahavi, who was taken over by PSV from the Chinese Guangzhou R&F, had to postpone his debut first. He is only eligible to play since this week because it was waiting for the paperwork to be completed.

The Israeli attacker only needed 22 minutes against Rosenborg to score his first goal for PSV. “I am now one of the happiest people in Europe. I am very happy with my first match for PSV”, he said afterwards. PSV TV.

With the victory over Rosenborg, PSV has qualified for the group stage of the Europa League. The draw is on Friday. “We played well and fought for every ball. I think we deserved this victory.”

“For me, every goal is important. Even during practice it is important to score, but it remains more important that it yields points,” said Zahavi, who in addition to scorer, was also the initiator of the 0-2 for Cody Gakpo.

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