Twente Enschede earned a 2-0
home win over Roda JC Kerkrade with second-half goals from
Douglas and Wesley Verhoek on Saturday to move within a point of
Dutch league leaders AZ Alkmaar.
Central defender Douglas (pictured) notched the opener 10 minutes after
the break before Verhoek scored his first goal for Steve
McClaren's Twente seven minutes from time to seal the victory.
Lacklustre PSV Eindhoven were still good enough to beat
strugglers VVV Venlo 2-0 with Tim Matavz and Memphis Depay on
target while Ola Toivonen missed a penalty after 70 minutes.
PSV are fourth with 54 points, ahead of Feyenoord and
Heerenveen on goal difference after the pair registered 3-1 wins
at home to NAC Breda and at Groningen respectively.
Feyenoord's Otman Bakkal struck from distance after three
minutes to put his side ahead but Omer Bayram equalised with a
long drive that surprised goalkeeper Erwin Mulder.
However, Feyenoord restored their lead through Ruben Schaken
with Sekou Cisse also on target before the interval.
Heerenveen's Bas Dost took his tally to 25 as the league's
leading scorer notched a double in the win over Groningen.
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