Dorcrecht fight back from two goals down to draw with fellow Eredivisie strugglers NAC Breda.
Dordrecht have kept their slim hopes of Eredivisie survival alive after fighting back from two goals down to draw at NAC Breda.
The home side edged in front after 15 minutes when striker Adnane Tighadouini's right-footed shot proved too much for keeper Filip Kurto.
With half time approaching, De Ratten doubled their lead and it was their 22-year-old striker who scored again, turning home Jeffrey Sarpong's cross.
Dordrecht pulled a goal back midway through the second period through Giovanni Korte, after neat build-up play from Sean Klaiber.
Moments later, the division's bottom club were back on level terms when Anthony Biekman set up Everon Pisas to score.
The result still leaves Dordecht seven points from safety with only four games left of their season.
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