Eindhoven, Netherlands (SportsNetwork.com) - PSV Eindhoven extended its lead atop the Eredivisie to 14 points after claiming a 3-0 victory over lowly Dordrecht at the Philips Stadion on Sunday.

The hosts were in front after only four minutes thanks to a fortuitous own goal from Jeffrey Fortes.

PSV rode the narrow lead into the second half before securing the victory with two goals in the span of eight minutes.

Luuk de Jong converted a penalty in the 62nd minute before Jeffrey Bruma wrapped up the affair shortly after.

The win brings PSV to 64 points on the season, lifting the club 14 points clear of Ajax following its 1-1 draw at Willem II on Sunday.

The Amsterdam club took the lead through Arkadiusz Milik in the 37th minute, but Ali Messaoud's strike seven minutes into the second period saw the two sides split the points.

Feyenoord moved back into the top three with a 3-2 victory over 10-man Excelsior on Sunday.

Excelsior was two goals to the good thanks to a brace from Tom van Weert, but a red card to Jurgen Mattheij in the 49th minute gave Feyenoord the impetus to collect all three points. Kazim Kazim-Richards netted a penalty kick and Jens Toornstra and Lex Immers netted a goal apiece to complete the rally.

Valeri Kazaishvili scored at the death to lift Vitesse to a 2-1 win at Twente on Sunday while Heerenveen cruised to a 3-1 victory over Gronigen.