Feyenoord have jumped to the top of the table after hammering Willem II 5-0 in De Kuip.

Willem II went into the game on the back of two poor defeats, but Edwin van de Looi’s side began brightly with Fran Sol heading a great chance wide early on.

However, Feyenoord took the lead on 13 minutes when Jens Toornstra nodded the ball in from close range after Kevin Diks headed a corner into his path. Three minutes later, Steven Berghuis hammered a shot off the ground and into the net to make it 2-0 before Toornstra added a third with another header moments later.

Feyenoord were rampant and they added a fourth before the break as Tonny Vilhena received a short corner before hammering a shot into the bottom corner.

With the game already won, Feyenoord took their foot off the gas in the second half and Giovanni van Bronckhorst decided to hand a debut to 16-year-old winger Cheick Toure, who became the second youngest player to represent the club. Eventually, a fifth goal was added from the penalty spot through Jean-Paul Boetius after Eric Botteghin was brought down.

A simple victory for Feyenoord, but plenty to worry about for Willem II, who remain pointless.