• Monday Oct 02, 2017

    Mexico int’l Lozano stays on target for PSV Eindhoven

    Hirving Lozano (pictured) heads home his second goal in PSV Eindhoven’s 4-0 win over visiting Willem II in the Dutch Eredivisie on September 30, 2017, in Eindhoven, Netherlands. (© Photo-Prestige)

    EINDHOVEN, Netherlands – Forward Hirving Lozano struck twice Saturday in PSV Eindhoven’s 4-0 win over visiting Willem II, lifting his season total to six goals in as many games, which ties him with Feyenoord’s Steven Berghuis atop the Dutch Eredivisie scoring chart.

    The Mexico international, 22, gave the host a 1-0 lead in the 49th minute with a sweet right-footed finish from 14-yards out.  Nine minutes later, Lozano made 3-0 on an eight-yard header.

    PSV sits in first in the table on the strength of a 6W-0D-1L record.

    Here’s a list of Lozano’s goals with PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie through October 1, 2017:

    August 12, 2017: home v AZ Alkmaar (3-2 win)

    1: 31’ / 1-1

    August 20, 2017: away v NAC Breda (4-1 win)

    2: 69’ / 3-1

    August 27, 2017: home v Roda JC (2-0 win)

    3: 24’ / 2-0

    September 24, 2017: away v Utrecht (7-1 win)

    4: 40’ / 2-1

    September 30, 2017: home v Willem II (2-0 win)

    5: 49’ / 1-0

    6: 58’ / 3-0

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