NAC's woes continue with loss to Feyenoord

Feyenoord maintained its unbeaten start 1 away win against NAC.

Three wins and two draws through five games has Feyenoord sitting just two points from the top of the table, while NAC has collected one point through five games.

The home side got off to a bright start with Robbert Schilder making a nice move near the edge of the penalty area to get free for a shot that found the corner of the net after seven minutes.

However, Otman Bakkal equalized before halftime for Feyenoord when he headed home Jerson Cabral's corner kick.

Karim El Ahmadi scored on a 30-yard rocket in the 60th minute to put the visitors ahead, and they secured all three points three minutes from time as John Guidetti converted a penalty kick after Ruben Schaken was fouled by Roly Bonevacia inside the area.

Venlo 3, PSV Eindhoven 3

Venlo, Netherlands - Venlo and PSV Eindhoven played to an entertaining 3-3 draw on Sunday that saw Venlo come from two goals down to claim a point.

PSV jumped out 2-0 with goals from Ola Toivonen and Dries Mertens, only to fall behind 3-2 early in the second half as the home side tallied three goals in the span of seven minutes.

Ferry de Regt, Nwofor Uche and Maya Yoshida each found the net for Venlo, but the lead lasted until the 75th minute when Wilfred Bouma equalized for PSV.

Heerenveen 3, Groningen 0

Heerenveen, Netherlands - Heerenveen secured its first win of the season on Sunday, topping Groningen, 3-0.

A goal in first-half stoppage time from Bas Dost gave Heerenveen the lead at halftime, while Oussama Assaidi scored just after the hour mark to double the lead and Filip Djuricic sealed the win with a third goal six minutes from time.

Groningen has lost its last two games and owns four points from its first five matches, while Heerenveen moves one point clear of Sunday's opponents with the win.

Utrecht 3, Excelsior 2

Rotterdam, Netherlands - A goal in each half from Nana Asare helped Utrecht to a 3-2 win at Excelsior on Sunday.

Jason Oost had the hosts in front after four minutes, but goals from Asare and Ismo Vostermans before the break put Utrecht in the lead.

Samuel Scheimann was sent off early in the second half for Excelsior and Asare added another goal to make it 3-1 in the 57th minute.

Joost Broerse pulled a goal back for Excelsior despite playing down a man, but it couldn't prevent another defeat for the hosts, who have claimed just one point through five games.