Away-day joy for Cambuur
A review of the weekend's action so far in the Dutch Eredivisie as Cambuur Leeuwarden claimed their first away win in the top flight for 14 years.
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Cambuur Leeuwarden left it late to make their numerical advantage count against Heracles but Michiel Hemmen's last-gasp winner sealed his side's first away win in the Eredivisie for 14 years.
Rock-bottom hosts Heracles lost youngster Oussama Tannane to a red card in the 67th minute but still looked set to claim their first point of the season after holding out Cambuur until stoppage time.
However, the five minutes of added time gave unbeaten Cambuur the chance to snatch the points and they did so thanks to Hemmen's header from a Dejan Meleg corner.
That ended Cabuur's long wait for an away victory in the top flight, with the club having failed to win on their travels last season in what was their first Eredivisie campaign since the 1999/2000 campaign.