Two goals in the first half of the 19-year-old drove the Boers past Erik ten Hag’s Sons of Gods during Saturday’s meeting
Noni Madueke got a prop when PSV defeated Ajax 4-0 in the Dutch Super Cup match.
The 19-year-old who is eligible to represent Nigeria internationally beat goalkeeper Remko Pasveer twice in the first 45 minutes when the Boers walked past Erik ten Hag’s men who knocked down a player.
The defending champions, Ajax, got a meeting on the back of an amazing form, with which they played 17 games in all competitions without losing.
For PSV, they silenced Midtjylland 3-0 in their last outing on Tuesday night in a match against the Danish Super League.
Two minutes after the meeting, Madueke PSV took the lead after firing an unstoppable shot from the edge of the box next to Pasveer after moving past his goal kicks.
The early setback was a reality test for the Sons of God who attacked massively in search of an equalizer.
Ivory Coast international Sebastien Haller leveled matters in the 13th minute, but it was called for offside after VAR repeats claimed there was an upside in building the goal.
Man-of-the-match Madueke doubled PSV’s lead in the 29th minute after receiving a delightful pass into the box from Eran Zahavi.
Ajax’s ambitions to start a comeback suffered a severe blow when Nicolas Tagliafico was ordered for serious foul play by referee Bjorn Kuipers.
In an attempt to save the situation, manager Ten Hag threw Devyne Rensch, Danilo and David Neres into the fight, but it yielded no results.
Roger Schmidt put the ball on a plate for him and instead of hitting it with his right foot it cannoned of his left shin wide of the goal.
Mario Goetze clinched the victory with an end to the 89th minute when PSV picked up the title for a record 12th time.
After an impressive performance, Madueke was replaced by Armando Obispo in the 73rd minute, while Ivory Coast’s Ibrahim Sangare was brought out for Davy Propper a minute after the hour mark.
For Ajax, Morocco international Noussair Mazraoui was in action from start to finish, with Haller in the 61st minute for Neres.