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Dutch football had the quickest sending off in its history last night

PSV Eindhoven’s full-back was red-carded after just 29 seconds in their win over NAC Breda.

EREDIVISIE LEADERS PSV Eindhoven continued their remarkable league winning streak with a convincing 2-0 victory over second-bottom NAC Breda.

PSV, though, were forced to do it the hard way at Rat Verlegh Stadion after full-back Jetro Willems received the fastest red card in Eredivisie history, sent off inside just 29 seconds for a tackle on Gill Swerts.

Source: Norman van den Wildenberg/YouTube

But 10-man PSV, who have won every game bar one since the end of September, still controlled proceedings away from home, scoring twice in the second half to move 12 points clear of Ajax at the summit.

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