Published November 20, 2014
Feyenoord moved to the top of the 0 win over De Graafschap.
The game entered the second half without a goal, but it took just one minute after the break for Feyenoord to take the lead as Ruben Schaken scored to put his team in front.
Ted Van de Pavert was sent off in the 58th minute for De Graafschap, while John Guidetti doubled the lead from the penalty spot.
Kelvin Leerdam added a third goal in the 66th minute and Guyon Fernandez capped the scoring from the penalty spot 11 minutes from time.
Feyenoord has now gone unbeaten in its first six games this season, claiming 14 points, while De Graafschap owns one win.
Groningen 2, Excelsior 0
Groningen, Netherlands - Excelsior continued to struggle on Saturday as the club lost its third successive match, falling 2-0 to Groningen.
Dusan Tadic gave Groningen the lead after 40 minutes, and Petter Andersson scored shortly after halftime to help Groningen snap a brief two-game losing skid.
Excelsior sits on the bottom of the table through six games with just one point.
Vitesse 5, Roda 0
Arnhem, Netherlands - Vitesse cruised to a 5-0 win over Roda on Saturday, giving the team its third win in five games.
All five goals were scored after halftime in the span of 26 minutes, with the opener arriving in the 55th through Marco van Ginkel.
Guram Kashia and Giorgi Chanturia then scored two minutes apart with Alexander Buttner scoring from the penalty spot and Julian Jenner capping the scoring nine minutes from time.
Heerenveen 3, Venlo 0
Venlo, Netherlands - Heerenveen tallied three goals in the final 15 minutes of a 3-0 win over Venlo to claim its second successive victory.
Luciano Narsingh finally broke the scoreless deadlock for Heerenveen, while Bas Dost and Oussama Assaidi added goals in the last 10 minutes to secure the win, giving Heerenveen seven points from its last three games.