Since missing Eran Zehavi’s penalty Against Twente last Sunday, which retroactively prevented a victory in favor of PSV Eindhoven, the Israeli scorer is getting criticism from all sides in the Dutch media when the main claim against him is his selfishness on the pitch.
Now it turns out that even within the club, opinions are divided about him. According to a report by the Dutch Telechraf, no less than four PSV Eindhoven players are having a hard time getting along with the Israeli and they think he is a super egoist. These are, of course, the front-line players – Cody Gakpo, Muhammad Ihtarn, Noni Madwaka and Donil Mullen while the latter is also disappointed that he is no longer the regular penalty taker since Zehavi’s joined.
As you may recall, last Thursday Zehavi hoped to correct the negative impression about him in the game of being or ceasing against Pauk in the Europa League, and indeed PSV came out on top thanks to an impressive turnaround and 2: 3 at Phillips Stadium, but Zehavi had no part in so doing. The Israeli did not lamb or cook, was replaced in the 71st minute and did not hide his disappointment.
Eindhoven’s next game will be against Sparta Rotterdam (Sunday, 20:55 Live broadcast in Sports 4) And it will be interesting to see if coach Roger Schmidt continues to give him the credit in the lineup, despite repeated criticisms.