Advocaat salutes free-scoring PSV

Back to Dutch ... Dick Advocaat named coach of PSV Eindhoven (Getty)

PSV Eindhoven coach Dick Advocaat hailed his side's organisation and finishing following its 4-0 win over NAC Breda.

Jeremain Lens, Ola Toivonen, Mark van Bommell and Georginio Wijnaldum were all on target as PSV followed up last weekend's 6-0 thumping of VVV Venlo in some style to move second in the Eredivisie table.

"We recorded a good victory. And the team's still growing. It's great to see the team develop," he said.

"I told the lads that we had to make it clear to our opponents right from the start that they were not going to get anything from this game.

"That was clear to see in the opening 35 minutes.

"It's quite nice that we are the highest scoring team in Europe. The team is still getting better and they are determined to win every game, even though we've only played eight league games so far,

"We didn't give away any chances throughout the 90 minutes."

NAC boss John Karelse was however less impressed with his side's showing.

"We simply didn't do enough," he said. "PSV pinned us back in our own half right from the start, and didn't let us build play from the back. We were therefore unable to play our own game. They forced us to play long balls, and we simply lack the quality and length for that type of game."