Matches

24/06/201017 - WeatherClear Night
1:2 (0:1)
  • Samuel ETOO (65' PEN)
  • Robin VAN PERSIE (36')
  • Klaas Jan HUNTELAAR (83')

Summary

Robben returns as Dutch stay perfect

The Netherlands maintained their 100 per cent record in Group E with a 2-1 win over Cameroon in a match which saw Arjen Robben make a successful comeback from injury.

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Line-ups

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7
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11
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13
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19
23

Substitute(s)

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16
22
22
4
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11
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13
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Coaches

Paul Marie Joseph LE GUEN (FRA)
(NED) Bert VAN MARWIJK

Officials

Referee: Pablo POZO (CHI)Assistant Referee 1: Patricio BASUALTO (CHI)Assistant Referee 2: Francisco MONDRIA (CHI)Fourth official: Khalil Ibrahim AL GHAMDI (KSA)Fifth official: Saleh AL MARZOUQI (UAE)

Have Your Say

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ludymedema
27/06/2010 at 18:02
ludymedema (Canada)
you wish !!!!
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my_paws
27/06/2010 at 13:54
my_paws (Australia)
I don't think Slovakia will have a chance. They have conceded 5 goals in the group stage and scored only 4. Netherlands have scored 5 goals and conceded only 1. Otherwise if you consider the massive streak of Holland and the restrained and tactical approach displayed in the group stages I think Netherlands will step up and deliver all the way to the finals!!! You can't argue with results, the dutch players have been very restrained throughout the group stage and with the return of Robben and their already capable team the Netherlands are HOT favorites right now
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andrea-NED
27/06/2010 at 12:31
andrea-NED (Netherlands)
rlly its only Argentina and Netherlands that they won every match i think
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Statistics

8Shots13
6Corner kicks1
2Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
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"Winning three times in a row at a World Cup obviously looks good at first sight, but I'm not really satisfied with our performance after half-time," Bert van Marwijk, Netherlands coach.