Red hot Roma loanee Sadiq Umar was on the losing side as his loan side NAC Breda suffered a heavy 1-5 loss against Dutch league giants PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie.
Since joining the modest Dutch side from Roma in January, the Nigerian who had an unhappy loan spell at Torino in the first half of the season has taken the league by storm, with three team of the week nominations to his name from six games.
However, he started his goal scoring act on the wrong foot against PSV by netting an own goal in the 59th minute, which gave PSV a 2-0 lead but he made amends five minutes later.
The lanky striker made atonement for his error with a well taken goal in the 64th minute to reduce the deficit for his side, and in the process took his goal tally in the Dutch league to 4 goals in seven games.
His goal failed to mount the comeback expected of NAC Breda as they conceded three more goals to lose by five goals to one. A result which helped PSV to strengthen their lead at the top of the league table.
PSV now have 74 points, ten more than second place Ajax who have played a game less than the run away leaders.