Rutten content with PSV success

The bottom club went toe to toe with their more illustrious rivals
in the first half, twice getting back on level terms with goals
from Andreas Landgren and Andreas Lasnik cancelling out strikes
from Balazs Dzsudzsak and Jeremain Lens. Ibrahim Afellay restored
the visitors’ advantage before the break, though, and Jonathan Reis
sealed the points with their fourth goal seven minutes into the
second period. “(I’m) satisfied with the result,” said Rutten.
“(But) we want to be a quality football team, so once we took the
lead, we should have shown the fighting spirit to hold onto our
lead, with due respect to our opponents. “We conceded two very
sloppy goals.” He added: “We improved after the break; we were in
control of the match and created chances. “We should have scored a
few more goals but we’ve bagged all three points after the
international break.”