Alkmaar, Netherlands – Brett Holman's goal in the 84th minute 1 win over Feyenoord on Sunday, sending the club to the top of the Eredivisie table.
The win is AZ's fifth in succession while Feyenoord's unbeaten start to the season comes to an end.
It took 36 minutes for the opening goal to arrive and it came courtesy of a nice run by Ruben Schaken, who got to the end line down the right wing and pulled the ball back for Otman Bakkal to fire home from inside the area, giving Feyenoord a 1-0 lead at halftime.
AZ equalized on the hour mark with a 25-yard free kick from Rasmus Elm that found the corner of the net, while Feyenoord's Kelvin Leerdam picked up a red card eight minutes later for a poor challenge on Dirk Marcellis.
And it was Marcellis that set up the winning goal as his cross from the right found Holman at the back post for a header into the far corner of the net.
Groningen 3, De Graafschap 2
Doetinchem, Netherlands - A pair of goals in stopppage time allowed Groningen to snatch a dramatic 3-2 win over De Graafschap on Sunday, with Dusan Tadic netting the winner just before the final whistle.
The first goal didn't arrrive until the 65th minute when David Texeira put Groningen ahead.
But De Graafschap answered with goals from Yuri Rose and Vito Wormgoor to move in front with seven minutes to play.
Texeira equalized in the first minute of stoppage time and Tadic then scored the winner in quick succession, handing De Graafschap its third loss in four games.
RKC Waalwijk 2, NEC 0
Waalwijk, Netherlands - RKC Waalwijk claimed a fourth win in five games on Sunday with a goal each half of a 2-0 home victory over NEC.
Geoffrey Castillion's goal in the first half put the home side ahead and Rick ten Voorde tallied his third goal of the season 13 minutes from time to seal the win.
Vitesse 2, Excelsior 0
Rotterdam, Netherlands - A pair of goals in the first half from Bonno Wilfried allowed Vitesse to grab a 2-0 home win over Excelsior on Sunday.
Wilfried tallied his first goal after 12 minutes and doubled the lead in the 22nd, giving him five goals on the season.
Vitesse has won four of its last six games to move into the top six, while Excelsior resides on the bottom of the table having claimed just one point from seven games.