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Sep 19, 2015 at 6.45pm UK at ​IJsseldelta Stadion
PEC Zwolle
2-1
ADO Den HaagADO Den Haag
Becker (69'), Veldwijk (79')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Havenaar (35')

Result: PEC Zwolle come from behind to beat ADO Den Haag

PEC Zwolle come from a goal down to win 2-1 against ADO Den Haag in the Eredivisie.

PEC Zwolle climb to second after coming from behind to beat ADO Den Haag 2-1 in the Eredivisie.

Some crisp passing play saw Den Haag take the lead when Mike Havenaar let fly from distance, curling his shot beyond the reach of the Zwolle goakeeper Kevin Begois.

Sheraldo Becker had an opportunity to pull his side level just before half time and the forward got his shot away from a difficult angle but it was well stopped by Martin Hansen.

In the second half, Roland Alberg came very close to extending Den Haag's lead from a free kick but his effort cannoned off the bar.

However, Zwolle scored an equaliser 20 minutes from time as Becker shot from just inside the box, lifting the ball from a difficult angle over the goalkeeper and into the top corner.

Zwolle completed the comeback with 11 minutes remaining, Lars Veldwijk smashing the ball home after an assist from Becker.

Giovanni Korte had two chances right at the end of the game to save a point but both were missed by the Den Haag substitute.

Zwolle jump three places into second while Den Haag remain in 12th place.

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