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  • Netherlands 2-1 Slovakia: Robben great-strike, Sneidjer,Vittek scored

    The Netherlands advanced to the quarterfinals after beat Slovakia 2-1. Orange team recorded the winning two goals of their star, Arjen Robben trade-mark goal and Wesley Sneijder.

    Netherlands to face Slovakia in Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, on Monday (6/28/2010).

    The Dutch opened the score through Arjen Robben in the first round. Bert Van Marwijk care team to lock the victory seven minutes to disperse. Slovak entertainment goals scored by Robert Vittek penalty executions in the late game.

    In the quarterfinals, the team awaits the winner of State Windmills Brazil vs. Chile match.

    The game

    Arjen Robben Netherlands showing as a starter in a game that was held in Durban, on Monday (5/28/2010) . This is the first time coach Bert Van Marwijk played Bayern Munich player was as a starter.

    Slovakia directly threatened in the first minute through Erik Jendrisek, after using the ball Sodoran Vladimir Weiss. But his kick from outside the penalty box passed over the Dutch goalkeeper.

    De Oranje present opportunity three minutes later. But spurn Wesley Sneijder, also from outside the box 12 fit, still bouncing away.

    Action opened fire from outside the penalty box continues. Five minutes to turn Marek Hamsik where the ball sped to the right of goalkeeper Maarten Stelekenburg guarded.

    Van Persie! Receive feedback from Dirk Kuyt, Arsenal players but still hit a ball player and the only fruit Slovak football corner.

    Ten minutes, Sneijder obtain ripe opportunity. But the Inter Milan player was gunfire could still be secured by the Slovak goalie January Mucha.

    The Dutch opened the score at minute 18 through a foot of Arjen Robben.

    Goals created by the Bayern Munich player was from outside the penalty box. After receiving a long ball from the defense itself, Robben then attacked from the right side.

    Furthermore, the former PSV Eindhoven player was moving toward the center. Though shadowed by two to three players behind Slovakia, but Robben had subsequently failed to release execution dammed goalkeeper January Mucha. Netherlands 1-0 lead.

    Again present opportunities for the Dutch five minutes into the gap. But Van Persie shot easily catch byMucha.

    Van Persie again failed to maximize opportunities to obtain. Three minutes before the break, kicking nine players are numbered from the penalty box after receiving the feedback Mark Van Bommel still failed to penetrate the target.

    1-0 score stood until the whistle sounded rests.

    At the beginning of the second round, Mucha Slovakia goalkeeper made two glorious rescue action. The first of kicking Robben and Van Persie then the onslaught.

    Mucha 58 minutes back into action. Robin Van Persie free-kick pushed over by the goalkeeper who strengthens Everton's next season.

    Ten minutes later, acting turn Maarten Stekelenburg. The Dutch goalkeeper was successfully confront two golden opportunities created by the Slovak Miroslav Stoch hard kick and kick melee Robert Vittek.

    Dirk Kuyt! Entering 72 minutes, Liverpool's players are hard fired from outside the box and forced Mucha 12 fit for action saves.

    Dutch increasingly widening range advantages with Slovakia. Seven minutes to disperse, Wesley Sneijder doubled the score for De Oranje.

    Sneijder goal keeper was preceded by an error in January Mucha is too advanced to prevent the movement of Dirk Kuyt who lurched to the right of the penalty box Slovakia. But the effort backfired and Kuyt Mucha overran the ball.

    Liverpool's players were subsequently sent a feed to the middle. Sneijder opened fire without difficulty penetrating the Slovak goal. Netherlands 2-0 lead.

    Substitute Ibrahim Afellay nearly brought the Dutch to add goals. Kick on the foot of the Slovak defender and towards the goal Mucha. But the ball still failed to penetrate the target.

    Slovakia awarded a penalty in injury time period after Stakelenburg dropping Robert Vittek in the forbidden box.

    Team Line-up:
    Netherlands: 1-Maarten Stekelenburg; 4-Joris Mathijsen, 3-John Heitinga, 5-Giovanni van Bronckhorst, 2-Gregory Van Der Wiel, eight-Nigel De Jong, 6-Mark Van Bommel, 10-Wesley Sneijder (20-Ibrahim Afellay 90 '), 11-Arjen Robben (17-Eljero Elia 70'), 7-Dirk Kuyt, 11-Robin Van Persie (21-Klas Jan Huntelaar 80 ')

    Slovakia: 1-Jan Mucha, 16-Jan Durica, 3-Martin Skrtle, 5-Radoslav Zabavnik (14-Martin Jakubko 86 '), 2-Peter Pekarik, 17-Marek Hamsik (10-Marek Spara 86'), 19 - Juraj Kucka, 18-Erik Jendrisek (Kamil Kopunek 20-71 '), 15-Miroslav Stoch, 7-Vladimir Weiss, 11-Robert Vittek


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