AMSTERDAM: Eight different players scored the goals as Ajax Amsterdam thrashed Cambuur 9-0 in the Dutch Eredivisie.

Ajax had already beaten Sporting de Portugal 5-1 in the Champions League in midweek when Sebastian Haller scored four of the goals.

This time he scored only once – the seventh in the afternoon at 67th minute – and was matched by Jurrien Timber (16), Steven Berghuis (19), Noussair Mazraoui (29), Dusan Tadic (60), Mohamed Daramy (64), Danilo (76) and David Neres (38 and 84).

Luckless goalkeeper was Sonny Stevens, the Cambuur captain.

In Germany . . .

German champions Bayern Munich, fresh from their 3-0 win away to Barcelona in the Champions Leahgue, thumped struggling Bochum 7-0 in the Bundesliga.

In five days Bayern have run up four victories, one draw, 20 goals for and four against.

Scorers this time were Leroy Sane, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry and Vasilios Lampropoulos (own goal) in the first half then Robert Lewandowski (two) – marksman in his 19th consecutive game scoring – Kimmich again and Eric Maxim Choupo-Mouting in the second.

In France . . .

The north-east derby in which Lens beat Lille 1-0 was marred by hooligan clashes and a halftime pitch invasion by fans of Lens who won with a goal from Frankowski.

This was Lens’ first win 13 matches against Lille.