Feyenoord crashed out of the KNVB Beker this evening as they were defeated 2-1 by Go Ahead Eagles in their third-round match.
The Eerste Divisie side took the lead in the seventh minute through Joey Suk and doubled it just before the hour mark courtesy of Marnix Kolder's 59th-minute penalty as Ron Vlaar's 89th-minute reply proved too little too late.
AZ Alkmaar narrowly avoided similar embarrassment as they sealed a 3-2 win in extra time over Dordrecht 90.
The top-flight side were 2-0 up through Pontus Wernbloom (45) and Ragnar Klavan (62), but Shayron Curiel pulled one back in the 71st minute before Santy Hulst levelled a minute later. Adam Maher then netted in the seventh minute of extra time to send AZ through.
In the day's other game, NEC Nijmegen beat FC Volendam 1-0 with Caifano Latupeirissa netting the only goal six minutes before the break.