ADO Den Haag suffer late heartbreak as Shadrach Eghan hits an 86th-minute equaliser to rescue a point for FC Twente in a 2-2 Eredivisie draw.
Shadrach Eghan struck a late equaliser as FC Twente held ADO Den Haag to a 2-2 draw in their second Eredivisie game of the new season.
The visitors had looked on course to register their first victory of the 2014-15 campaign, only for Eghan to pounce on 86 minutes to deny Henk Fraser's side.
It was Twente who took the lead, as Kamohelo Mokotjo opened the scoring in timely fashion to fire the hosts ahead on 45 minutes.
Fraser's men rallied and soon staged a second-half comeback, with Roland Alberg converting a 54th-minute penalty, before Mike van Duinen struck on 77 minutes.
Van Duinen's goal looked to be enough, but Eghan came up with an equaliser four minutes from the end to shatter the De Haag's hopes of a first league win.
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