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Bulgaria ‘helps’ Orange by Sweden to beat

Bulgaria ‘helps’ Orange by Sweden to beat

The Dutch team holds despite the painful defeat in France, the odds on the second place in group A of the world cup qualification in their own hands. That gets the Orange to the somewhat surprising 3-2 victory from Bulgaria to Sweden.

The netherlands drops although to fourth place in the rankings, but still playing against the number three in Bulgaria and number two in Sweden.

If the Netherlands, two duels wins and also belarus beat the team of coach Dick Advocaat is still probably second in the group. Than the Netherlands needs to ensure that a better goal difference than Sweden.

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Bulgaria came in own house two times on lead and saw Sweden just as often come alongside. On the 3-2 of Ivaylo Chochev in the 79th minute, had the Swedes not the answer.

In the third match in group A on Thursday evening, beating Luxembourg surprisingly belarus with 1-0. Which two teams will play in the position no role of significance.

Sweden is in group A, behind number one, France on thirteen points, Bulgaria follows with twelve points while in the Netherlands there are ten.

Orange play on Sunday in the Johan Cruijff Arena against Bulgaria, Saturday 7 October in Minsk against belarus and Tuesday, October 10, at home against Sweden.

Orange sanctioned by France in Paris

The Dutch national team has once again a heavy blow received in the kwalificatiereeks for the world CHAMPIONSHIPS next year in Russia. Orange suffered in Paris a painful and completely losing defeat against France: 4-0.
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Assistant coach Ruud Gullit for the match in a tête-à-tête with the French keuzeheer Didier Deschamps.
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Debutant Timothy Fosu-Mensah started out as right back to Orange.
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Quincy Promes had a rise to Orange if left.
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Minister-president Mark Rutte watched the match next to the French president, Emmanuel Macron.
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Antoine Griezmann put France in the fourteenth minute lead.
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Griezmann shot touch after a combination with fellow striker Olivier Giroud.
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Arjen Robben and the Dutch attack came in the first half total not to pass.
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Kevin Strootman and the Dutch midfield were overrun for peace.
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Wesley Sneijder had in the rest in the kleedkamper left behind.
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Robben came less than los of the French full-Layvin Kurzawa.
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Kevin Strootman was red (two times yellow) after playing for an hour.
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Robben got twenty minutes before time, yet still a good chance for Orange, but he’s headed next. Then ran to France to 4-0.
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The Dutch team now has a record number of tegendoelpunten for a world cup kwalificatiereeks. Orange cashed in seven matches, ten goals.
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