By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
PSV are back among the leading pack in the Eredivisie after a 3-0 win over Roda.PSV Eindhoven are back among the leading pack in the Eredivisie after a 3-0 win over Roda JC.
Three teams have 100 percent starts to the campaign and Guus Hiddink's champions are just two points off the early pacesetters.
PSV had to battle for the lead, but finally made the breakthrough with Jefferson Farfan (pictured) scoring seven minutes before half-time.
Roda went in search of an equaliser after the interval but substitute DaMarcus Beasley added a second nine minutes after entering the fray.
Phillips Cocu wrapped up the points with a third goal late to move within two points of AZ Alkmaar, RKC Waalwijk and Feyenoord at the summit of the table.
Feyenoord maintained their 100 percent start to the Eredivisie season following an impressive 2-1 win over Ajax.
The Kuip outfit, who now have maximum points from three games, had to do it the hard way after finishing with 10 men at the Amsterdam ArenA.
Salomon Kalou opened the scoring for the visitors after 16 minutes, but it was not until shortly after the interval did they double their advantage through Dirt Kuyt.
However, the visitors found themselves under pressure when Ferne Snoyl was dismissed for collecting a second yellow card late on.
Euro 2004 hero Angelos Charisteas pulled a goal back for Ajax, but it proved nothing more than a consolation as Feyenoord held on for the points.
Heracles Almelo continued their good start to the campaign with a 2-1 win over Groningen.
It was the visitors who seized the early impetus with Koen van der Laak opening the scoring.
Just when it looked like it might not be Haracles' day Gert-Jan Tamerus levelled matters on 73 minutes.
Kwame Quansah secured the points from the penalty spot before Tieme Klompe saw red in injury time.
Twente Enschede secured their first points of the new campaign with a 3-1 victory over winless Utrecht.
Jason Culina broke the deadlock after 34 minutes with Blaise N'Kufo adding a second after the interval.
Hans Somers' gave Utrecht some hope when he pulled one back before Sharbel Touma clinched the points.
Sidney Lammers' penalty gave RBC Roosendaal a late lead before Tom Caluwe snatched a share of the spoils for Willem II moments later.