see how the game went
The Netherlands confirmed that it’s no coincidence that they’ve the finest assault of the elite of the Nations League and comfortably beat Poland 2-0 this night (22). The match was in Warsaw.
Gakpo scored the targets of the game, that are legitimate for the fifth and penultimate day of the group stage of the championship Bergwijn – one after the other.
The consequence leaves the crew led by Van Gaal with 13 factors, and on the strategy to the finals of the Nations League: in the final spherical, the Netherlands face Belgium, which has ten factors, and may even draw with their rival to safe their spot. place in the subsequent section.
Lewandowski and firm, in the meantime, have missed out on qualification and will probably be relegated in the event that they lose to Wales in the remaining group stage. Poland has simply 4 factors in the standings.
The final clashes of this stage of the European championship happen at the similar time and day: subsequent Sunday (25) from 15:45 (Brazilian time).
The Netherlands lose their midfielder, however open the scoring
The game began with a scare. Still two minutes in, the midfielder Koopmeiners collided with the Polish Linetty and fell to the grass. The Dutchman wanted medical consideration and, attributable to complications, left the discipline early – he left it to Berghuis.
Even although the change was made at the starting, the guests managed to neutralize the actions of Lewandowski’s crew and commenced to dominate the duel.
Itsua, in the eleventh minute, took benefit of a cross from the proper and prolonged it to complete off Szczesny’s purpose, however the keeper noticed his shot.
Shortly after, the Netherlands opened the scoring: in the triangulation constructed from the proper, Depay affected Dumfries. Already at the base, the winger made a cross from Cody Gakpo, who accomplished it in the small space: 1-0.
Calm? Nothing that…
The guests weren’t happy with the partial victory, and Gakpo nearly scored a second purpose in the twenty fourth minute. The winger was free at the entrance to the space and noticed Depay begin from the proper, however he determined to attain – the protection stopped him.
Berghuis, in two crosses, had the probability to increase the lead, however failed in each makes an attempt.
Meanwhile, Lewandowski couldn’t discover himself on the pitch till half-time and at most scribbled a couple of makes an attempt on a desk together with his teammates.
The second half continued with the similar state of affairs: the crew led by Van Gaal managed the motion and gave Poland a nook.
The consequence was one other ball in the internet – and once more in the thirteenth minute. After a gathering with Janssen – who had simply discovered the place for the injured Depay – Bergwijn changed Szczesny and prolonged: 2 and 0.
Hot local weather!
Without a lot emotion, the match, in the final minutes, had a robust motion, which changed the goalkeeper Szczesny and the ahead Weghorst. Bergwijn.
In a deep kick, the Dutch tried to succeed in the ball earlier than the opponent, and with the opponent controlling the game, they hit the head of the arc.
Disgusted by Weghorst’s play, Szczesny shortly acquired up and even pushed his opponent. Both acquired yellow playing cards and the confusion was shortly introduced beneath management by the referee, who ended the match shortly afterwards.
POLAND 0 x 2 NETHERLANDS
Competition: Nations League (group stage matchday 5)
Date and time: September 22, 2022 (Thursday), 15:45 (Brazil time)
Place: National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland
Judge: Alejandro Hernandez
Yellow playing cards: Ake (HOL), Gakpo (HOL), Janssen (HOL), Weghorst (HOL), Szczesny (POL)
pink playing cards: it wasn’t there
targets: Gakpo, 13 min of the 1st interval. (HOL); Bergwijn, 13 min of the 2nd half
POLAND: Szczesny; Bednarek, Glik and Kiwior; Frankowski (Bereszynski), Krychowiak, Linetty and Zalewski (Skóras); Szymanski (Klich), Zielinski (Liegowski) and Lewandowski. Coach: Czeslaw Michniewicz
The Netherlands: Pasveer; Timber, Van Dijk and Ake; Dumfries, Koopmeiners (Berghuis) (Taylor), De Jong and Blind; Gakpo, Bergwijn (Weghorst) and Depay (Janssen). Coach: Van Gaal