Ezra Walian Deliver Almere City Goes in the Dutch League Cup

By | September 19, 2017

Ezra Walian delivered his club, Almere City, to win the first round of the Dutch League Cup match against FC Oss at Frans Heesen Stadium on Tuesday (9/19/2017).

Almere City’s victory was determined by Leeroy Owusu’s goal in the 18th minute and Arsenio Valpoort in the 65th minute.

Ezra himself failed to score against goal guarded by Ronald Koeman Jr., the son of Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

In fact, he got a chance in the 26th minute, seven minutes after Almere opened the scoring. Manado’s bloody shot ball shot was wide on the FC Oss goal.

The second shot came from Arsenio Valpoort’s shot in the 64th minute.

One minute after Almere doubled the lead, Ezra was pulled out to make room for Dennis van der Heijden.

Until the long whistle sounded, the score 2-0 for Almere’s victory did not change. That way, Ezra has not been able to open tap his goal since defending Almere.

However, collective outcomes are not bad. In three games when Ezra appeared, including against FC Oss, Almere summed up two wins and one draw.

The final win also led Jack de Gier’s men to the second round of the Dutch League Cup.

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