PSV rout Feyernoord


THE HAGUE, October 25 – PSV inflicted a 10-0 drubbing on Feyenoord in the Dutch league on Sunday, the worst defeat in the latter club's long history in the Eredivisie.The 10 goals were scored between the 24 and 87th minutes by six different players, notably Jonathan Reis, who scored a hat-trick against a side reduced to 10 men when Kelvin Leerdam was sent off in the 34th minute.

Feyenoord’s previous worst defeat was an 8-2 loss to Ajax in 1983, while PSV have twice before hit 10 goals in a match, against the Go Ahead Eagles and FC Volendam in 1973 and 1998 respectively.

The overwhelming victory sees PSV retain their place atop the Dutch premier division ahead of defending champions FC Twente.

Feyenoord, twice UEFA Cup winners (2002, 1974) and European Cup champions in 1970, remain last but one in the league, with Dutch media predicting an early exit for coach Mario Been.