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David Neres Enjoyed Himself A Lot During Ajax's Title Celebrations

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David Neres Enjoyed Himself A Lot During Ajax's Title Celebrations

Ajax winger David Neres showed how much he enjoyed himself during the club's title win on Sunday afternoon, with a brilliant post match interview.

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On Sunday, Ajax completed their 35th Eredivisie title win in brilliant fashion, beating relegation threatened FC Emmen 4-0 at the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

Goals from Jurrien Timber, Sebastien Haller, Devyne Rensch and Davy Klaassen secured the final win that the team needed to end PSV's challenge.

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Fans weren't allowed in to the game because of Covid-19 but celebrated outside the arena, however it was the celebrations inside the stadium that caught the attention.

Forward Neres clearly enjoyed himself a lot and his post match intervew didn't exactly hide the fact he'd probably had a drink or two, even before he got his hands on a bottle of champagne.

Neres, who joined the club for €12 million from Sao Paolo in 2017, hasn't played all too much for the title winners this season.

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He's started just nine times in the league, and made a further 13 appearances off the bench, scoring only three times, though he does have four assists.

The Brazilian is best known for the incredible story of how he got his model girlfriend, with one of the cheekiest DMs in history.

Ajax players celebrate their latest title win. Image: PA Images
Ajax players celebrate their latest title win. Image: PA Images
The fans celebrate outside the stadium. Image: PA Images
The fans celebrate outside the stadium. Image: PA Images
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Ajax players stand on the balcony at the stadium to celebrate with the fans below. Image: PA Images
Ajax players stand on the balcony at the stadium to celebrate with the fans below. Image: PA Images

No one won the Eredivisie last season, with the season curtailed because of Covid without a champions being named.

The Amsterdam club were level on points with AZ Alkmaar after 25 games but were ahead on goal difference so went into the Champions League group stage, without being made champions.

But Erik ten Hag's have made no issue with defending their 2018/19 title this season, and are 14 points ahead of their closest rivals, with just three games to go.

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Ten Hag was recently linked with the vacant Spurs' manager job but he signed a new deal at Ajax to keep him at the club until 2023.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Football, David Neres, Eredivisie, Ajax

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