Ex-Super Eagles coach and skipper, Sunday Oliseh, has continued his remarkable prowess at Dutch second-tier side, Fortuna Sittard, by leading them to a fifth successive victory against Den Bosch on Friday.
The modest side beat their hosts 4-2 in front of 35,0000 home fans at Stadion De Vliert.
As it has been the case throughout this season, Sittard were two goals up after just 10 minutes through Dries Saddiki and Djibril Dianessy.
Neik Vossebelt notched one back for Bosch six minutes into the second half.
However, Lisandro Semedo, restored the two-goal cushion for Oliseh’s team 12 minutes later before Dennis Kaars grabbed another for the hosts.
Dianessy buried the game beyond Bosch with his second of the night in additional time.
The victory is Sittard’s 12th of the campaign and 22nd since Oliseh took charge last winter.
They thus climb to the summit of the log with 38 points, one above NEC with a game in hand.
It all but sums up the club’s revival since the 43-year-old took charge.
This time last year, Sittard were languishing on the foot of the log.
But that’s a totally different story this term as the club edge closer to a historic promotion.