Oussama Darfalou bagged a double as Vitesse defeated Heracles 4-0 in Sunday's Dutch Eredivisie game.
The 25-year-old who joined the Arnhem outfit in the summer as a free agent scored in both half to help Leonid Slutsky's men ease past the Heraclieden.
After Navarone Foor's opener, Darfalou extended the lead in the 42nd minute off Bryan Linssen's assist.
The Algerian completed his brace, scoring the third goal in the encounter in the 66th minute after he was set up by Real Madrid loanee Martin Odegaard.
Alexander Buttner sealed the rout in the 73rd minute from the penalty spot as the Vitas clinched their second home win this season.
With the result, Vitesse are in the sixth spot in the league standings with 12 points from eight games and will hope to secure another victory when they clash with Excelsior on October 20.