By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
ADO Den Haag came from 3-0 down to earn a thrilling 3-3 draw with Ajax.ADO Den Haag came from 3-0 down to earn a thrilling 3-3 draw with Ajax on Sunday, while Feyenoord went top with a win over Twente.
Ajax looked to be cruising towards an easy away win at ADO Den Haag when they powered into a 3-0 lead in just over half an hour.
Belgian marksman Wesley Sonck put the Amsterdammers ahead after seven minutes, and Steven Pienaar (pictured) doubled their advantage seven minutes later.
Nourdin Boukhari made it three for Ronald Koeman's men on the 31-minute mark and that seemed to be the three points nicely wrapped up for Ajax.
ADO's comeback started a minute before the break when Cedric van der Gun pulled one back for the hosts, and Geert den Ouden gave them hope from the penalty spot on 68 minutes.
An amazing comeback was completed just seven minutes from time when Roy Stroeve capped a dramatic reversal by grabbing a point for the hosts.
Feyenoord secured top spot in De Eredivsie with a 3-1 win over Twente at De Kuip.
Roman Zomer gave the visitors a surprise lead after 41 minutes, but the lead did not last long as Shinji Ono restored parity on the stroke of half time.
Salomon Kalou then decided the match as he scored twice on 53 and 78 minutes to give the hosts the three points and a place at the top of the league.
NAC Breda left it late to secure a thrilling 3-2 win away at Groningen, despite going behind to Paul Matthijs' 25th minute goal.
Mike Zonneveld drew NAC level three minutes later before Arne Slot put them ahead just before half time.
Glen Salmon looked to have given Groningen a point with his goal ten minutes from time but Ali Boussaboun popped up four minutes from the end to grab all three points for NAC.
Hans van der Haar was the match-winner for Utrecht as his 52nd minute strike gave them a 1-0 win at home to NEC Nijmegen.