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PSV hammer 10 goals past sorry Feyenoord

Jonathan Reis and Balazs
Reis and Dzsuzsak, pictured playing in the Europa League, scored five of PSV's 10 goals

Dutch leaders PSV Eindhoven inflicted the heaviest-ever defeat on struggling Feyenoord with a 10-0 drubbing.

Former European Cup winners Feyenoord had Kelvin Leerdam sent off in the first-half, but only trailed 2-0 at half-time before PSV ran riot.

Brazilian Jonathan Reis hit a hat-trick with Jeremain Lens and Balazs Dzsudzsak each scoring two goals.

Ibrahim Afellay, Ola Toivonen and Orlando Engelaar all joined in the rout to leave Feyenoord third from bottom.

"This really hurts, suffering a defeat like this and it was very emotional in the dressing room afterwards," said Feyenoord coach Mario Been.

"It is hard to realise what happened," added left back Tim de Cler. "After the first goal and the red card everyone just played their own match and we totally collapsed."

Feyenoord's previous heaviest loss was an 8-2 defeat to Ajax in September 1983, while PSV have twice racked up 10 goals before against Go Ahead Eagles in 1973 and Volendam in 1998.

As well as winning the European Cup in 1970, Feyenoord also won the Uefa Cup in 1974 and 2002.

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