Ajax came to the rescue of Netherlands, as the Dutch came from a goal down to beat fellow World Cup finalist Mexico.
The two nations are putting the finishing touches to their World Cup preparations and they served up three goals Eindhoven.
Jared Borgetti did not come up to scratch at Bolton, but he is a legend in his native land and showed his scoring talents are still as sharp as ever when heading Mexico ahead on 18 minutes.
The Dutch took some time to emerge from their slumber, but Ajax defender Johnny Heitinga headed home a cross from club mate Wesley Sneijder on 53 minutes to level the contest.
Ajax striker Ryan Babel got in on the act three minutes later, as he volleyed home to hand victory to the Dutch.
The Oranje kick off their World Cup campaign against Serbia & Montenegro, while Mexico lock horns with Iran.