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A loud applause for Kluivert as he gives way for the last 15 minutes, to be replaced by David Neres, who scored at the weekend. That's the closest Schalke have come tonight.
They're starting to show a bit more intent and they make Onana work for the first time tonight as Caligiuri tests him with a strike in towards the near post, but the keeper does well to cover.
Here's the big moment for the striker! Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is applauded by both sets of fans as he comes on for the final 20 minutes to face his former club, replacing Schopf.
Plenty to be decided over these final 20 minutes. Ajax can arguably put the tie to bed with a third goal, and they're still knocking on door, while Schalke can salvage what has been an abysmal display with an away goal - an undeserved one at that, but they all count the same.
Incredible combination play between Traore, Younes and Klaassen! The former sends Younes through on goal, but his first-time effort is kept out by an absolutely delightful reactionary stop from Fahrmann!
The keeper is at it again moments later as he gets down to his left to deny Traore from 20 yards. An away goal would go a long way for Schalke in setting up a more manageable return leg, but how much will they really be willing to open up and press for it?
They are being carved apart with all hands on deck, you could just imagine what Ajax might do with a bit more space to operate in. Davy Klaassen is now Ajax's top goalscorer in all competitions this season, equaling Kasper Dolberg 18 goals.
Schalke are showing no sign of life as Ajax continue to press at will, aiming to put this tie to bed. The hosts are having their way with the Bundesliga outfit in attack, and to make matters worse, striker and young prodigy Kasper Dolberg is warming up to come on.
Substitution Max Meyer Benjamin Stambouli. Schalke make their first change of the night as Benjamin Stambouli comes on to provide some much needed defensive support, with Meyer the one replaced.
It could be five, in fact, if not for Fahrmann! Another incisive bit of attacking play from Ajax sees Traore picked out by Younes in the box, but the striker is thwarted from point-blank range!
Schalke are being pushed to the brink as Ajax have a real hunger for goals! Younes is picked out by Klaassen in the area, but sees his effort turned aside by Fahrmann.
The ensuing corner is sent towards goal off a Schalke head, but Fahrmann is able to collect ahead of Traore. Ajax have won 18 of their last 19 matches in Amsterdam across all competitions, outscoring their opponents D1.
Kluivert marks his first Europa League start with an assist. Another superb finish from Klaassen who rifles home from 10 yards on the end of a lovely spot from Kluivert!
And just look at the skipper's face - that is pure, unbridled joy from the man who lives for Ajax football!
Schalke are in dangerous territory of letting this tie completely slip from their grasp! Younes plays Traore through, but the striker sees his effort turned over the bar by Fahrmann!
Ajax are running riot! Neatly done from Ajax! Craft, composed and calculated once again in attack as they carve Schalke apart, with Van de Beek played through on the end of a smart run off the ball.
He gets in too close to the byline, however, and Fahrmann is able to collect his cross. Klaassen picks up the first yellow card of the match, but he is not one of the players in danger of suspension, so provided he doesn't get another, he will still be available for the second leg.
Better start this, from Schalke. They've enjoyed the bulk of possession since the restart, and managed to get a cross in through Caligiuri, but Ajax deal with it capably before getting back to where they left off in the first half.
Complete and utter domination from Ajax, who enjoyed over 60 per cent possession and peppered the Schalke goal with shots, while the visitors had just one of their own.
Davy Klaassen's penalty has given the hosts a deserved lead at the break, and they almost made it two, but Davinson Sanchez's header was parried onto the bar.
Schalke need to make some major adjustments. Ajax make one change at the interval as Sinkgraven is unable to continue. Matthias de Ligt comes on in his place.
De Ligt will play centre-half, pushing Viergever to left-back. Substitution Daley Sinkgraven Matthijs de Ligt.
Schalke get their first shot of the match here as Howedes tries for the spectacular, sending an overhead kick at goal, but the skipper's effort is as straightforward as it gets for a keeper.
Onana tracks it easily and makes a comfortable stop. Great display of strength from Burgstaller who refuses to be denied as he carries the ball up the pitch, providing some respite for his defence, before winning a free-kick in a dangerous position on the left.
The ensuing delivery is poor, however, and Sanchez clears with ease. Concentrated pressure yet again from Ajax, as they camp out in the final third.
Schalke are getting nowhere close to the ball, completely unable to disrupt the hosts' rhythm in possession. This has been an attacking clinic from the Amsterdam outfit.
Younes has been absolutely sensational in this first half. He's by Kehrer again with some stunning play on the ball, causing the full-back to slip and fall to the turf.
His final cross is aimed in for Traore at the near post, but the striker just can't get his foot to it! Schalke simply have no answer for Ajax on the flanks.
They've been unable to combat the width of the hosts going forward, and when Schalke send support out wide for their full-backs, they leave themselves exposed inside for the likes of Klaassen and Ziyech to attack.
Schalke are slowly getting settled, but it's taken them long enough. Still there's not a whimper of attacking threat from the visitors, but they've at least managed to enjoy a bit of time out of defence here as we enter the final 10 minutes of the first half.
Schalke have never won away against Dutch opposition D1 L4 , but they have won all three at home. Klaassen flicks on another Ziyech corner, this one won by Younes, but Sanchez can't meet it in the centre.
Pressure stays on and a cross comes in from the right, this time finding the head of Sanchez, who sees his header turned onto the bar by Fahrmann!
Ajax have looked a threat from these dead ball situations, and they come close again from Ziyech's corner! It's flicked on at the near post, but just out of reach of Sanchez before Schalke scramble clear, albeit unconvincingly.
Schalke still can't get a foothold in the match. This is complete and utter domination from Ajax, who seem to have three times the amount of energy as their German opposition.
Ajax look a well-oiled machine as they continue to attack with plenty of gusto. As if this atmosphere wasn't already hostile enough, it's absolute bedlam now!
You can't so much as hear yourself think with all the noise and dancing from these faithful Ajax supporters - and they're only spurred on here as their side wastes no time getting back into attack.
June 2, Kadir joins as a sub. June 7, Nikola Senpai joins as a sub. Krepo now Boris joins as head coach. Tim Reichert moves to Chief Gaming Officer.
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