Struggling Excelsior earned a dramatic win over Roda JC as both sides scored in stoppage time at the end of the game.
The win was a welcome boost for the home side who remain in the Eredivisie bottom two despite this win over their mid-table opponents.
Rangelo Janga had given Excelsior the lead after five minutes and the score remained like that until stoppage time.
An own goal from Jagos Vukovic extended the lead two minutes into stoppage time before Sanharib Malki netted what proved to be a consolation goal.
The home side went ahead when a free-kick from Tim Jansen was headed past goalkeeper Pavel Kieszek by Janga.
Roda defender Jimmy Hempte went close to forcing an equaliser when his left-wing cross took a deflection but home keeper Wesley De Ruiter was on the near post and caught the ball before it crossed the line.
Excelsior's Moussa Kalisse charged through midfield and shot just past the right side of the goal before Roda's Mitchell Donald fired an effort into the hands of De Ruiter just before half-time.
De Ruiter pulled off an excellent one-handed save early in the second half when Donald headed Martijn Monteyne's cross towards goal.
Davy De Beule shot over following Adil Ramzi's corner as Roda again pressed and De Ruiter then blocked De Beule's shot.
Excelsior's Norichio Nieveld was just off target following a Samuel Scheimann free-kick before Roda twice went close.
Malki and Mads Junker both just missed the target and they went a further goal behind in injury time.
Darren Maatsen crossed to Janga but defender Vukovic got there first only to steer the ball into his own goal.
A minute later Roda pulled a goal back when Ruud Vormer's cross was squeezed past De Ruiter by Malki.