ADO Den Haag climbed off the bottom of the Eredivisie with a shock 3-2 win over Feyenoord at the Kyocera stadion.

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bakker sFeyenoord had the best chance of the opening stages, with winger Jean Paul Boetius shooting straight at ADO keeper Coutinho after a nice one-two with Graziano Pelle.

Ten minutes before half time the home side took the lead with Tom Beugelsdijk leaping above Lex Immers to head a cross into the bottom corner.

In first half stoppage time ADO Den Haag made it 2-0 with Danny Bakker stooping low to glance a header into the bottom corner.

The second half saw Feyenoord dominate, and they found a way back into the game on 68 minutes as Jordy Clasie fired first time from the edge of the box into the top corner to make it 2-1.

Five minutes later Graziano Pelle equalised for Feyenoord, finishing at the front post after Lex Immers cross from the right.

However the Rotterdam side weren’t level for long as Roland Alberg fired ADO Den Haag back in front after a nice combination with Mike van Duinen.

ADO Den Haag held on for the win, which lifts them up to 14th, and puts a dent in Feyenoord’s title hopes. Ronald Koeman’s side could be seven points adrift come end of play tomorrow.

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