Ezra Walian Appears 90 Minutes, Almere City Rise from Left 2 Goals
Indonesian national team player Ezra Walian is again believed to be a starter by Almere City FC coach in the sixth week of the Jupiler League – second league second tie, Friday (22/09/2017) or Saturday morning. He struggled for 90 minutes to bring his team over backwards.
Almere City are currently in position to 14th, holding the FC Oss draw which is the occupant of the fourth post Jupier League standings. Playing at home, Yanmar Stadium, Ezra Walian et al drew 2-2.
Ezra who appeared in the SEA Games 2017 it played in the attack line Almere in the scheme 4-3-3 style coach Jack de Gier. The 19-year-old played in tandem with Arsenio Valpoort and Dennis van der Heijden.
Almere trailed two goals earlier in the first half before finally able to equalize. Two goals in the Oss goalkeeper Almere scored by Istvan Bakx in the 29th minute and Richard van der Venne in the 36th minute.
While two goals replies Almere van der Heijden scored in the 54th minute and 88.
This match became the third for Ezra in the Dutch League with Almere, and the fourth in all competitions since joining at the end of August. (Aulli Atmam)
Almere City vs FC Oss 2-2 (Dennis van der Heijden 87 ‘, 88’; Istvan Bakx 29 ‘, Richard van der Venne 36’)
Almere City (4-3-3): 1-Chiel Kramer; 3-Calvin Mac-Intosh, 5-Josef Kvida, 13-Leeroy Owusu, 14-Damon Mirani (23-Achille Vaarnold 81 ‘); 8-Jeffrey Rijsdijk (24-Anass Ahannach 46 ‘), 16-Charles Telfer (10-Kevin Brands 85’), 20-Gaston Salasiwa; 9-Dennis van der Heijden, 18-Ezra Walian, 17-Arsenio Valpoort.
Backup: 15-Delvechio Blackson, 19-Silvester van der Water, 21-Roy Pistoor, 22-Mike Grim, 25-Khalid Tadmine.
Coach: Jack de Gier
FC Oss: 1-Xavier Mous; 22-Niels Fleuren, 12-Dean van der Sluys, 5-Lorenzo Pique, 3-Ferry de Regt; 23-Richard van der Venne (14-Huseyin Dogan 81 ‘), 10-Fatih Kamaci, 8-Rick van den Herik, 6-Lion Kaak (11-Lesley de Sa 61’); 19-Erik Quekel (21-Daan Klomp 90 ‘), 7-Istvan Bakx.
Reserves: 2-Frenk Keukens, 4-Jordy Ter Borgh, 9-Fisayo Adarabioyo, 13-Vinnie Vermeer, 16-Ralph Vos, 17-Joep van de Rande, 24-Thijs van Pol, 25-Roel van de Sande.
Coach: Klaas Wels