Feyenoord survived a late scare to see off ADO Den Haag and keep their Eredivisie title hopes alive at the Kyocera Stadion.
After a goalless first half, Ruben Schaken put the visitors in front just after the restart and Guyon Fernandez doubled the lead with 19 minutes left.
That seemed to be enough until Feyenoord target Lex Immers converted from the penalty spot in the 90th minute to cue a nervy period of added time.
The result brought Feyenoord at least briefly within three points of leaders Ajax, who play this afternoon.
Feyenoord started cagily, looking to counter-attack their bolder opponents.
That tactic almost paid off in the 23rd minute when Fernandez broke in behind the defence and lifted the ball over goalkeeper Gino Coutinho only for Gabor Horvath to make a last-gasp clearance.
Jordy Clasie's free-kick found Kelvin Leerdam four minutes later, with Coutinho this time able to make the save.
By now Feyenoord had found their attacking feet, with Fernandez, Schaken and Sekou Cisse all unleashing shots in quick succession.
Although no goal arrived before the break, it took less than a minute of the second half for Schaken to notch.
Fernandez's low cross from the left was only deflected by Coutinho, with Schaken on hand to get the vital touch and trickle the ball over the line.
Clasie saw another good delivery headed over by Cisse in the 62nd minute, while ADO had a rare chance when Aleksandar Radosavljevic poked wide.
A penalty claim from the hosts followed from a corner but with 71 minutes on the clock it was 2-0 to Feyenoord.
Fernandez collected Clasie's long pass, evaded Horvath and shot low into the corner of goal.
There was no drama until Leerdam conceded a last-minute penalty by hauling down Charlton Vicento, with Immers planting the ball in the top corner.
Three extra minutes put the pressure on Feyenoord but it passed without incident.