4 key observations from the semi final: the Netherlands vs Argentina
Category: Oranje (The Netherlands)
Jul 11 2014
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Jun 23 2014
Arjen Robben on form against Chile 1st: The Netherlands 2nd: Chile 3rd: Spain 4th: Australia The Dutch stamped their dominance on group B by defeating Chile 2-0, they finish the group unbeaten. Spain on the other other end – with a shuffled up team- beat Australia by 3 goals.
Jun 18 2014
Australia 2-3 The Netherlands Robben (20′) Cahill (21′) Jedinak (51′) Van Persie (58′) Memphis (68′) If you told me yesterday that the Netherlands will edge past Australia 2-3 I would have said you’re mad. After the Dutch mauled World Champions Spain. I’d expected an utter demolition of the Socceroos. But the men from down under …
Jun 14 2014
Spain 1-5 Netherlands I like Spain. I know a lot of Barcelona fans that won’t support the Spanish National Team (mostly those living in Barcelona) due to political reasons. The Barcelona-Real Madrid Rivalry runs that deep, its not just about football. Since I was little I’ve always enjoyed possession football (or Tiki-Taka), so I naturally enjoyed watching …
May 27 2014
Best: Runners up 1974, 1978 & 2010 Group: B (vs Spain, Chile, Australia) Coach: Louis van Gaal Ahh Oranje! Despite being the pioneers of “Total Football” they are World Cup “Total Underachievers” (a title shared with Spain until 2010). The Dutch always produce class players, but have never managed to just pull it all together.