Not quiet at PSV. Eindhoven. In a league where the big ones almost never lose points, Eran Zehavi’s team is 4 points away from Ajax, and not only Eran Zehavi is receiving criticism. Although the Israeli is at the center of fire, what attracts quite a bit of attention is the attacking game of the whole team, which is described as selfish.
“The strikers must start giving to each other,” the Dutch ED wrote.
“Mullen and Zahavi play for themselves,” it said, “they need to be more team-oriented. This is not the first time this has happened. Mullen and Zahavi are not a duo, but individuals who try alone.
“It’s important that we complement each other and that we give each other good balls so we can score,” Reds striker Cody Gakpo admitted. “We recognize the problem and talk about it with each other.”