Netherlands got their Euro 2016 Group A qualifying campaign back on track as they thrashed Latvia 6-0 in Amsterdam on Sunday.
Dutch manager Guus Hiddink had threatened to walk away if the Oranje were been beaten again, having seen his side defeated in both away games so far against the Czech Republic and Iceland.
However, any suggestions of another shock result were dispelled as captain Robin van Persie put the home side ahead after just six minutes with his 48th international goal.
Turkey secured their first point of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign on Monday evening, but were denied all three by a Valerijs Sabala penalty as Latvia secured a 1-1 draw in Riga.
Fatih Terim's side, defeated in their opening two Group A games by Iceland and the Czech Republic, took a 47th-minute lead through substitute Bilal Kisa at Skonto Stadion, but Sabala's spot-kick swiftly got the hosts back on level terms.
Latvia substitute Gints Freimanis was dismissed for a second bookable offence in stoppage...