Breda, Netherlands (SportsNetwork.com) - NAC netted four first-half goals en route to a comfortable 5-0 demolition of Go Ahead Eagles at the Rat Verlegh Stadion.
Rydell Poepon bagged a brace in the affair, scoring the opener in the 24th minute before concluding the first half with the club's fourth of the match in the 44th minute.
Jordy Buijs and Jeffery Sarpong added first-half goals while Stipe Perica tacked on one more in the 87th minute to seal the convincing win.
NAC moves up to ninth place in the Dutch top flight, improving to 15 points on the season. Go Ahead has taken just one win from its last five outings to remain on 13 points.
Cambuur snapped a three-game slide on Saturday, overturning an early deficit to stick three unanswered goals past Utrecht in a 3-1 victory, and Mike van Duinen scored in the 88th minute to see Den Haag collect an impressive 3-2 win over first-place Twente.
And in the Eredivisie's final fixture on Saturday, Ajax was held to a 0-0 draw by RKC Waalwijk, keeping the Amsterdam club out of sole possession of first place.