Kaikai makes Eredivisie debut as NAC Breda snatch draw
Sullay Kaikai and his new side got off to a positive start after Nac Breda gained a hard-fought 1-1 at home against ADO Den Haag.
The Sierra Leone native, who joined Dutch side permanently on a one-and-a-half year contract, was subbed on in the 66th minute for Giovanni Korte.
The result means Breda climbed off the bottom of the Eredivisie table after claiming a point in front of the home fans.
Melvyn Lorenzen scored only his second goal of the season for the visitors in the 21st minutes before Gervane Kastaneer equalised five minutes into the second half.
The striker was allowed to run into the box and he punished some poor defending with a shot into the bottom corner of the net.
It continued NAC’s improvement in recent weeks, with the southern club now beaten only once in six league games as they fight to stay in the top flight.
The point lifting them above De Graafschap on goal difference with both teams on 15 points.
66' Tweede wissel bij NAC: een debutant!
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— NAC Breda ?? (@NACnl) January 25, 2019
Amazing feeling making my debut in front of the @nacnl home crowd. Unlucky not to get more from the game. We go again next week ?? @ Rat Verlegh Stadion https://t.co/RfBXAFk60S
— Sullay Kaikai (@SullayKaikai) January 25, 2019
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