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EURO 2024. Netherlands – Austria: “Das Team” defies all predictions, match summary

Austria, creative and enterprising, qualified brilliantly for the round of 16 by taking over a team from the Netherlands, feverish and worrying ;eacute;fensively.

EURO 2024. Netherlands – Austria: “Das Team” defies all predictions, match summary

The Netherlands 2: 3

EURO 2024. Netherlands – Austria: “Das Team” defies all predictions, match summary

Austria Live

20:08 – Summary of the match

The offensive strength of this Austrian team seen against France Poland, was é confirmed this evening against the Netherlands in a very nice way. We already suspected that that Ralf Rangnick's collective can hit hard, and we had confirmation à Berlin that we will have to count on Das Team. Enterprising, daring and above all unpredictable in attack thanks to unreadable game variations, Marcel Sabitzer's partners also showed a capacity incredible reaction to the Batavians. Certainly the team can still be improved defensively, and it will have to be more wait-and-see on the counterattacks. like the action of the first Dutch goal scored by Simons (46th), but overall we will remain pleasantly surprised by this copy made by Austria & the Olympiastadion.

By breaking all the complexes, and by hiding the need to ensure a draw, Austria enjoyed the offensive sequences throughout the match. From the first minutes, the Dutch defender Malen was forced to score an own goal on a cross from Prass (6th, 0-1)). The ordeal of Koeman's protégés continued with chances from Sabitzer (29th, 38th), Grillitsch (30th). In the second half, despite a commendable reaction from the Batavians which resulted in goals from Gakpo (46th, 1-1) and Depay (78th, 2-2), it was once again Austria who sublimated the game by multiplying the breakthroughs in an opposing defense which showed too much generosity. Schmid (59th, 1-2) and Sabitzer (79th, 2-3) were at the end of beautiful collective actions on the left flank.

The bill could have been heavier for the unrecognizable Dutch, Verbruggen had to do so. often used in front of the Austrian attackers to preserve the suspense until the end. A victory in style for the Austrians who defied all predictions in this Group D. They finished first in the group ahead of the Blues and the Netherlands, after having lost their inaugural match against &agrav; France. This time, we will bet a small coin on a long run of these attractive Austrians in this EURO against their German neighbors.

< h3 class="app_edito_title_2">20:02 – The classification of Group D

The Das Team has thwarted all predictions by finishing first with 6 points ahead of the Blues and the Batavians. 

  • 1. Austria 6 pts (+2)
  • 2. France 5 pts (+1)
  • 3. Netherlands 4 pts (0)
  • 4. Poland 1 pt (-3)

19:58 – The worrying Netherlands

Ronald Koeman's team showed too much generosity in defense to hope for better than this third place in the group. The good news is that his attack is a little better

19:55 – It's over! ! Victory for Austria

Austria finishes at the top of this group D by winning in style in front the Netherlands (3-2). The collective, the self-sacrifice and the realism of Ralf Rangnick's men got the better of a Dutch team, for once defensively feverish. They brilliantly stamp their tickets for the eighths.

19:51 – Van de Ven very close to & equalize

Van de Ven seeps into the box on the left side. left, fires a nice cross shot but finds Pentz in his path, who deflects from the chest for a corner

19 :50 – Weimann comes into play

One of the scorers of this match Romano Schmid leaves his place à Weimann

19:48 – Six minutes added!

Six minutes have been é added by the Slovak referee to normal time. The match is not over

19:47 – The Austrians entrenched behind

Ralf Rangnick's men went down a notch at the end of the game to solidify the defense and preserve the score at home. their advantage.

19:44 – Head above Weghorst!

Diving header from Weghorst into the area from a nice cross from Geertruida. The ball passes well above the crossbar.

Goal from the Austrian playmaker, on a magnificent pass between the lines from Baumgartner. There is too much generosity in the defense of the Batavians. Austria regains the upper hand in this spectacular end to the match.

Equalizer from Memphis Depay, with a beautiful volley from a header. ecirc;te of Wei. Cancelled initially, the goal of the former Atletico Madrid striker is validated. Netherlands returns to Weghorst's game

19:31 – Daring attempt by Simons

Seeing the Austrian goalkeeper advancing, Xavi Simons attempts a volley from outside the area. His attempt lacks precision, the ball goes wide to the right. side of the frame.

19:29 – Weghorst comes into play

He replaced&ccedil The Dutch fetish Wout Weghorst makes his appearance at Malen's place to try to revitalize the Dutch game

19:25 – Koeman seeks solutions

The Dutch coach tries to wake up his troops by incorporating Van de Ven and Wijnaldum into the squad. the place of Ake and Reijnders

19:22 – Triple change side austrian

Ralf Rangnick makes three changes at the same time, entries of Laimer, Querfeld and Baumgartner à the place of Wimmer and Grillitch, Schmid


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