NEC Nijmegen produced the stand out result from Sunday afternoon's Eredivisie fixtures as they produced a comfortable 3-0 win over Feyenoord.
NEC Nijmegen had not posted a league win in over a month but that counted for little as they took advantage of Feyenoord's inability to win on the road.
Midfielder Lasse Schone gave them an early lead after 19 minutes with his third goal of what is proving to be a productive season.
But they had to wait until the last seven minutes to seal the victory when two of their substitutes scored late on.
Rick ten Voorde grabbed the second before Bram Nuytick netted in the final minute of regulation time.
The win took NEC up to seventh while Feyenoord, who are still looking for their first win away this year, sunk to 13th.
Meanwhile, NAC Breda continued their recent revival with a 2-1 win over basement dwellers Willem II.
They are unbeaten in their last four league outings - including three wins - and have moved up to the lofty heights of 8th.
Willem took a shock lead early on through Andreas Landgren, who is on-loan from Italian side Udinese.
But second half goals from Kees Luijckx and Joonas Kolkka proved too much for the only club in the league without any points.
Elsewhere, Vitesse climbed out of the relegation zone with a two-goal away win at Excelsior.
Goals from Dalibor Stevanovic and Ismail Aissati were enough to move them leapfrog Heracles Almelo and De Graafschap.
In the battle of the strugglers Ruud Boymans scored the only game of the game as VVV edged past De Graafschap.