The Netherlands beat Ukraine after being late in the score 0 – 2
Denzel Dumfries headed a late emotional hero to win the Netherlands after trailing Ukraine 2-0. This match witnessed exciting goals for the third group.
Frank de Boer hopes the tournament will prove to fans that he is the right man to lead the team
It looked like going to plan for De Boer when Georginio Wijnaldum, who scored eight times in qualifying.
Be that as it may, Ukraine got one back through Andriy Yarmolenko’s extraordinary 25-yard plunging finish
but after four minutes, Roman Yaremchuk header the equalizer to quietness the Dutch fans.
However, Dumfries’ excellent 85th minute header, after substitute Nathan Ake’s cross, earned the Netherlands stage after a seven-year absence.
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De Boer headed to the tournament after 11 matches with five wins, four draws and losses. Not all fans are convinced that he’s the right guy for the role.
However, his young and inexperienced team showed determination and determination to score the highest score in the tournament.
Most of the 16,000 fans in the land were delighted.
While 19-year-old protector Jurrien Timber showed up for his country, Maarten Stekelenburg began in objective at 38 years old.
It was Stecklenburg’s counterpart, Georgi Boschchan, who seemed to disappoint the hosts because he made excellent saves.
Pushchan tried to clear Memphis Depay and Wijnaldum penultimate opened the scoring, the first five goals in 33 minutes.
Yarmolenko’s long-term goal to start Ukraine’s recovery was the best
In the end, it was Dumfries’ header that raised the match decisiveness for the Netherlands looking to win so far.
The next match for the Netherlands and Ukraine
Both teams will be back in action on Thursday. While Ukraine faces North Macedonia in Bucharest at 14:00 GMT, the Netherlands hosts Austria in Amsterdam at 20:00.