Heracles battle back from being a goal down to beat relegation rivals Dordrecht 3-2 in the Eredivisie.
Heracles battled back from being a goal down to beat Dordrecht 3-2 in the last few minutes of their Eredivisie clash this evening.
Bryan Linssen, who earlier broke the deadlock, scored the winner with four minutes remaining after he was played through by Wouter Weghorst to finish simply past Filip Kurto in the Dordrecht net.
The visitors went a goal up inside the first 10 minutes, with Linssen getting his first of the match to put the pressure on the hosts.
However, goals from Everon Pisas and Joris van Overeem within five minutes of each other gave Dordrecht a 2-1 lead 25 minutes in.
Heracles's equaliser did not come until midway through the second half as Weghorst was set up by Linssen to make it 2-2 with less than 20 minutes remaining.
Linssen then completed the turnaround shorty after to seal three valuable away points for his side.
The result for Heracles moves them out of relegation trouble, while defeat keeps Dordrecht rooted to the bottom of the table.