For the 33rd day of Eredivisie, Ajax received the VVV-Venlo. The champions of the Netherlands have quietly imposed themselves (3-1), causing the relegation of their opponent of the day. During the match, following too much contact, the referee signaled a fault committed by Zinedine Machach on Devyne Rensch. The Frenchman from VVV did not particularly like it, sintered with the Dutchman from Ajax, who opened the scoring, and sent him a little kindness in the process. “If I see you in the street, I will kill you”, he launched, disillusioned, captured by the broadcasters of the meeting.
Questioned at the microphone ofESPN at the end of the game, Rensch minimized the incident, simply responding to the former Marseillais, who appeared 23 times this season (5 assists). “I heard what he said, it just made me laugh. He finally came out with an injury and didn’t dare to look at me anymore. That says enough, I think. Is it normal for such a thing to be said? I do not think so. I had it in my pocket, then you say things like that “, he confided before continuing. “I don’t care what he says. He’s got to come to my street and we’ll see. Just kidding (laughs) ”.
Devyne Rensch raakte niet onder de indruk van de bedreigingen van Zinédine Machach..🤔 pic.twitter.com/bBjaq09tOL
– ESPN NL (@ESPNnl) May 13, 2021