Dordrecht, Netherlands (SportsNetwork.com) - A goal in each half from Georginio Wijnaldum helped PSV Eindhoven to a 3-1 win at last-place Dordrecht on Saturday, keeping PSV atop the Eredivisie table.
The hosts jumped out to a surprising lead inside of six minutes through Mart Lieder, but Wijnaldum answered for PSV in the 21st when he got on the other end of a chipped ball from Jetro Willems to send a looping header into the net.
PSV had a chance to take the lead in the 35th from the penalty spot, but Memphis Depay fired his effort off the crossbar to keep the two sides level.
Dordrecht goalkeeper Filip Kuro made a fine double save on Luuk de Jong shortly before the break, but De Jong finally got the best of him on the ensuing corner kick to fire PSV in front at halftime, 2-1.
Wijnaldum secured the win after the break when he took advantage of a failed clearance to score his second goal of the game and put PSV ahead 3-1 in the 58th minute.
Dordrecht finished the match with 10 men thanks to a second yellow card for Ilias Haddad in the 67th, with PSV staying one point clear of second-place Ajax with the win.
Ajax had little trouble in brushing aside Willem II on Saturday as the team scored four times in the opening half, including two goals from Arkadiusz Milik, en route to a 5-0 win that allows them to keep pace with PSV.
Lex Immers scored twice as Feyenoord cruised to a 5-2 win at Excelsior, AZ Alkmaar used goals from Aron Johannsson and Dabney Souza to top Go Ahead Eagles, 2-0, and NAC escaped with a 1-0 win at Cambuur thanks to a first-half goal from Erik Falkenburg.