De Graafschap and SC Cambuur booked a victory in the Kitchen Champion Division on Friday in the final phase.

The Frisians fought against Telstar (1-2) in the second half and De Graafschap prevented loss of points at low flyer MVV (2-3) late in the second company.

Almere City settled after the break with Jong FC Utrecht (4-1).

Cambuur came to visit Telstar in the second half behind.

After a scoreless first half, Gyliano van Velzen scored the opening goal on behalf of the home team in the 54th minute.

The attacker got the ball after a good action from Ilias Bronkhorst and convincingly scored the 1-0.

Within six minutes Jamie Jacobs made the 1-1 on behalf of the leader.

Then the hunt for the three points started and that resulted in Robert Mühren's winning goal (1-2) about ten minutes before the end.

The striker, who is Cambuur's top scorer with twelve goals, took the ball from the edge of the penalty area in one go.

Cambuur remains the leader through the victory, with 37 points from fifteen games.

Almere City is three points behind in second place and De Graafschap occupies third place six points behind the Frisians.

Elmo Lieftink celebrates his winning goal on a visit to MVV.

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De Graafschap fights past MVV

In Maastricht, low-flyer MVV surprisingly took the lead against De Graafschap after just over ten minutes.

Joeri Schroijen hit the rebound of his own attempt.

A few minutes later, Ralf Seuntjens tied the score with his eighth goal of the season and shortly after the break Jasper van Heertum signed from distance for the 1-2 lead for De Graafschap.

More than twenty minutes before time, Schroijen made it 2-2 with his second goal of the evening.

The 'Superboeren' therefore seemed on their way to losing points, but seven minutes before the end, Seuntjens was the principal this time and Elmo Lieftink made the winning goal (2-3).

Almere City celebrates Ryan Koolwijk's goal.

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Almere City after the break along Jong Utrecht

In Flevoland, Almere City had a hard time with Jong Utrecht for an hour.

Daniel Arzani gave the Domstedelingen the lead after fifteen minutes, after which Ilias Alhaft, Ryan Koolwijk, Thomas Verheijden and Faris Hammouti were accurate on behalf of the home team.

Go Ahead Eagles won 0-2 at Helmond Sport in the fourth game of the evening.

Antoine Rabillard and Sam Beukema scored for the Deventer, who rise to eighth place in the ranking.

View the results, the stand and the program in the Kitchen Champion Division