Genk snatch point, Lierse surprise
Belgian champions Genk needed a late Anthony Limbombe goal to claim a 2-2 draw at home to KV Kortrijk.
Mario Been's side had taken the lead when Jelle Vossen, who scored the equaliser in the midweek 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw with Chelsea, scored the opener on 47 minutes.
Kortrijk assumed control, though, through Ernest Webnje Nfor (57) and Mustapha Oussalah (67) before substitute Limbombe grabbed a point for Genk on 89 minutes.
Daylon Claasen scored twice as Lierse won for just the second time this season, defeating Leuven 3-1. Claasen struck twice in the first half and a third goal from Boban Grncarov (52) ensured Derick Ogbu's 54th-minute reply was only a consolation.
Lokeren thumped bottom club Westerlo 4-2 as Nill De Pauw got the ball rolling after three minutes before further strikes from Koen Persoons (38), Derrick Tshimanga (49) and Hamdi Harbaoui (62) put the visitors out of sight. Westerlo replied, however, thanks to second-half goals from Stef Wils (70) and Shlomi Arbeitman (80).
Beerschot were 2-0 winners over ten-man Mons with Vusimuzi Nyoni (22) and Hernan Losada (73) on target. Mael Lepicier was sent off for Mons on 71 minutes. Finally, Zulte-Waregem played out a goalless draw at home with St Truidense.