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Video Highlights of Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 WC

Watch Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 Match Highlights Video

Once again, Argentina defeated Netherlands in FIFA World Cup on penalties after 120 minutes of goalless match. Since 1990, the South American team have qualified for the final match of football World Cup for the first time. The Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero was the key player of second semi final match who took the whites & sky blues into the final of 20th World tournament. Have a look on match highlights video of Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Video Highlights of Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 WC

Video Highlights of Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 WC

Just before second semi final, there was a moment silence at Arena de Sao Paulo in order to give tribute to former Real Madrid player Alfredo de Stefano. Both teams have had some great changes of scoring, but they failed to convert into goals. The video is not available here, but we are providing you a link through which you can watch this video highlights of this match on official website of FIFA which is FIFA.com. Link for highlight video is given below.

Watch Highlights video of Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 World Cup: Watch now.

Just make a click on the above link & you will be directed to a new page on which highlights video of this match is available. Fans expected a great rivalry between these 2 teams, but they had to wait for 2 hours to enjoy the real action.

NetherlandsStatsArgentina
0 [2 Penalties]Goals0 [4 Penalties]
7Total shots8
3Shots on target5
15Fouls10
53%Possession47%
4Corners4
4Saves2
4Offsides4
2Yellow cards1
0Red cards0
Penalties
Ron VlaarMissed 
 ScoredLionel Messi
Arjen RobbenScored 
 ScoredEzequiel Garay
Wesley SneijderMissed 
 ScoredSergio Aguero
Dirk KuytScored 
 ScoredMaxi Rodriguez

Holland goalkeeper had the opportunity to repeat the history of last match, but this time he couldn’t. All the time substitutes had been used when extra time ended. Maxi Rodriguez scored the decisive penalty & celebrations were begun by the Argentines.

Argentina will now face 4 times champions Germany in final match at Estadio Maracana in Rio de Janerio on Sunday. Coach Louis Van Gaal side will play their last game against Brazil for 3rd place on Saturday at Estadio Nacional de Brasilia.

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