That was way too exciting for me. Ajax made it difficult on themselves by being very careless with their oppertunities. Younes especially was absolutely horrible. He needs to work on his left foot if he ever wants to develop into a better player. He's way too predictable now, making him easy to defend. De Ligt was alright. He defended too carelessly on that penalty. I think it was a deserved one, altough Lacazette obviously was aiming for it. Viergever and Veltman were the weakest links in the defense. Both were actually solid for most of the game, but they each made costly errors. Viergever's red card was a blessing in disguise, as Riedewald or Tete, who was amazing defensively during his short time on the pitch, will likely take his spot in the final. Traore didn't have his best game, but he's been very important for Ajax. Does a lot of stuff which doesn't always show up on the statsheet. I'd have him above Kluivert in a game like this, though it didn't exactly go as planned. Dolberg was alright. Quality goal. Market value just went up a million or two once more. I think Ajax is the deserved winner, but their inexperience nearly did them in, twice. They bring back gutsy, attacking football in a rather dull and defensive league.