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Robben was Orange and ‘apathetic’ to play against Bulgaria

Robben was Orange and ‘apathetic’ to play against Bulgaria

Arjen Robben was Sunday despite the 3-1 victory at Bulgaria critical to the game of Orange. The Dutch team had more goals to make for a less bad starting position to create, compared to Sweden in the battle for the second spot.

“You have to win and preferably with many goals. That’s pretty successful”, said Robben against the NIS. “But I found it after rest also very apathetic. You have goals, but to do that, there is a lot more experience.”

Sweden won at the same time with 0-4 in belarus, which the Scandinavians now have three more points and a goal difference that is six matches is better than that of Orange.

“Of course you can be critical and can make it better”, said Robben. “The will is there in everyone. But you have to push through. After the 3-1 for the 4-1 and still more goals, to make their intention with z’n all.”

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Worthless

Orange has the achievement of the second place still in their own hands, but will be in October, however, with large numbers of White-Russia and Sweden should win. “We do have with them”, said Robben. “But some things you have not in your own hand. I find it worthless that it is goal difference and not themselves result. Then you can have a real final against Sweden.”

The captain is this week deep started against France and Bulgaria. “I’m completely empty. It’s a spicy week for me. I’ve given everything what I have in me.”

“These were my first two games of ninety minutes this season. I fight for my team, I want them in tow. But in the back of your mind you know: I’m still not top.”

England to win 3-1 in Bulgaria

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Orange cheers after the opening goal in the match against Bulgaria, in a 3-1 victory would end.
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Cruyff

Robben drew in the second half for the 2-0 and passed with his hit two quantities from the Dutch football history on the topschutterslijst all times of the Dutch national team. The 33-year-old attacker of Bayern Munich drew for his 34th goal in Orange.

This was Robben Abe Lenstra and Johan Cruyff over, which is 33 times scored in respectively 47 and 48 national football team. Robben played in Amsterdam, the 94th international match.

Robin van Persie carries the eternal rankings with fifty goals, followed by Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (42), Patrick Kluivert (40), Dennis Bergkamp (37), Faas Wilkes and Ruud van Nistelrooij (both 35).

Of the still active internationals is also Wesley Sneijder in the top ten. The record international signed for 31 goals.

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Sweden runs with the big win in belarus in Orange

Victory lap

After ran Robben only a victory lap for the public to thank. “It was not my intention to be there only to walk. But the other players were already inside. That should not, we will still be about.”

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