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|team 1||score||team 2|
|Willem II||2 - 0||AZ Alkmaar|
|Name||Donny de Groot|
|Player rating||5.0 (what is this?)|
|AEK||De Graafschap||24 May 2007||Undisclosed|
|RBC Roosendaal||AEK||2 Jun 2006||Free Transfer|
|RBC Roosendaal||De Graafschap||21 Oct 2005||Undisclosed|
|FC Utrecht||RBC Roosendaal||5 Dec 2004||Free Transfer|
|FC Utrecht||FC Volendam||23 Jan 2002||On Loan|
|Dutch Eredivisie||Willem II||0 (0)||0||0||0|
|Dutch Jupiler League||Telstar||1 (0)||0||0||0|
Ajax made it 12 goals in two games with a convincing victory over Heerenveen, while Feyenoord also won.
Den Bosch were relegated from the Eredivisie after slipping to defeat to Utrecht.
Heerenveen were in majestic form as they humiliated RBC Roosendaal 7-1.
Feyenoord dealt AZ Alkmaar's title hopes a huge blow with a 4-2 victory.
AZ have closed PSV Eindhoven's lead at the top of the Eredivisie to four points.
Elvis Hammond scored the second of RBC's goals in their 2-0 win over Willem II.