PSV Eindhoven enjoyed another profitable day in front of goal as they thrashed NAC Breda 6-1 in the second round of the Eredivisie season.
PSV put three past Willem II in their opening match and doubled that return on Saturday with rising star Memphis Depay again impressing.
The 20-year-old Holland winger followed up his brace against Willem with another two goals, netting in the 51st - with a brilliant free-kick - and again in the 73rd minute to complete the scoring.
Depay's international colleague Georginio Wijnaldum also struck twice in win, scoring in the 21st and 56th minutes, with Aleksandar Damcevsk's own goal (25) and Jurgen Locadia (52) the other men on the scoresheet for PSV.
Adnane Tighadouini netted NAC's response with a 30th-minute penalty, although his side were already 2-0 down at the time.
PEC Zwolle also boast six points from two games after grabbing a last-gasp winner against Dordrecht.
Zwolle took a 40th-minute lead through Ryan Thomas but looked to have thrown away their chance of the three points when, nine minutes from time, they lost Bart van Hintum to a red card and saw Giovanni Korte draw Dordecht level from the penalty spot.
However, with 90 minutes on the clock, Mustafa Saymak slotted home to give 10-man Zwolle a 2-1 success.
There was also late action in the games between FC Twente-ADO Den Haag and Vitesse-Cambuur Leeuwarden, both of which finished in 2-2 draws.
FC Twente struck first and last through Youness Mokhtar (45) and Shadrach Eghan (86) but ADO Den Haag netted twice in between through Roland Alberg (54, pen) and Mike van Duinen (77).
It was a similar story in the other match, where Cambuur took a 10th-minute lead through Michiel Hemmen but then saw Vitesse turn things rounds with a brace from Zakaria Labyad (19 and 37 pen) and the visitors were indebted to an 89th-minute equaliser from Bartholomew Ogbeche to snatch a point.