Netherlands vs England (3-1)
Kyle Walker’s goal and Ross Barkley’s mistake in time beyond regulation saw Holland earn a 3-1 win against England that books an area within the inaugural Nations League final for Ronald Koeman’s men.
Marcus Rashford’s first-half penalty opened the rating during a low-quality affair in Guimaraes, the striker changing a death he won once clumsily brought down by Matthijs Delaware Light.
The mythical being captain created amends within the last half with an eminent header to level the scores before England substitute Jesse Lingard had what appeared a winner dominated out for offsides with seven minutes to travel.
In the additional amount, Holland ridiculously won the sport, Walker amusive the ball into his goal when AN awful error by his Manchester town team-mate John Stones, before Barkley’s poor pass allowed Josiah Quincy Promes to seal a final date with Portugal on Sunday.
De-Light lost possession and was overwhelmed to the loose ball by Rashford, the Manchester United striker causing opaque gem Cillessen the incorrect manner from the penalty spot.
Jadon Sancho set a free header straight at Cillessen from Fabian Delph’s pinpoint center before Gladys Smith saved well from Depay following a Walker error.
Georginio Wijnaldum referred to as Gladys Smith into action once more before Stones wasted a headed chance for England.
The Netherlands were steady building pressure on England’s goal, though, and it told within the 72nd minute once Delaware Light rose highest to nod home Depay’s right corner.
|73′||Netherlands||M. de Ligt|
|97′||Netherlands||K. Walker (o.g.)|
|32′||England||M. Rashford (pen.)|
|3||Matthijs De Ligt|
|4||Virgil van Dijk|
|15||Marten de Roon|
|21||Frenkie de Jong|
Netherlands – England Match Statistics
|14||Shots on goal||3|
|7||Shots off goal||4|
|15||Shots inside box||8|
|14||Shots outside box||5|