FEYENOORD beat Vitesse Arnhem 2-0 away on Sunday to edge towards their first Eredivisie title since 1999.
While the players no doubt celebrated after the game, they won’t have done it as hard as their fans did on their return.
As Feyenoord’s stars returned to training, fans were waiting to celebrate with them… in some style.
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As well as ecstatically chanting, the supporters brought red flares with them and waved them around in front of the team bus.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men won 2-0 at Vitesse on Sunday afternoon thanks to a Nicolai Jorgensen double.
The victory means they move four points clear of Ajax at the head of the Eredivisie table.
However, with just two games remaining, it would take something spectacular to prevent Feyenoord from winning their first title in 18 years.
Since that year, the Dutch top flight has been dominated by PSV Eindhoven – who have won the title nine times in that span.
Meanwhile, Ajax have won six times, with AZ and FC Twente winning one apiece in that time.
A win against Excelsior away on May 7 would clinch the title…