De Goffert - Nijmegen 05/09/2013 - 18:30CET (18:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 3

Netherlands - Scotland
4-0
 

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Netherlands put four past visitors Scotland

Published: Thursday 5 September 2013, 21.46CET
Netherlands 4-0 Scotland
The 2013 semi-finalists got their qualifying Group 3 campaign under way in fine style, scoring four times after the break in Nijmegen. 
Netherlands put four past visitors Scotland
Luc Castaignos scores the Netherlands' second goal ©Getty Images
 

Match statistics

Netherlands
Scotland

4

Goals scored

0

22

Total attempts

9

8

on target

2

8

off target

4

6

blocked

3

0

against woodwork

1

11

Corners

4

0

Offsides

2

2

Yellow cards

1

0

Red Cards

0

11

Fouls committed

5

5

Fouls suffered

11

Lineups

Netherlands

Netherlands

Scotland

Scotland

1Hahn (GK)1Archer (GK)
2Ligeon2Jack
Yellow Card84
3Van Der Hoorn
Goal74
3Mcghee
4Denswil4Findlay
5Koppers5Robertson
6Ebecilio
Yellow Card64
Substitution69
6Fyvie
Substitution77
7Promes7McGeouch
8Trindade de Vilhena
Goal52
8Holt
9Castaignos
Goal69
9Watt
Substitution54
10Van Ginkel (C)
Yellow Card18
Substitution86
10Armstrong (C)
11Depay
Substitution78
11Fraser
Substitution77

Substitutes

16van der Hart (GK)12Kettings (GK)
12Brenet13McHattie
13Sporkslede
Substitution86
14Grimmer
14Aké15McLeod
Substitution77
15Drost
Substitution69
Goal78
16May
Substitution54
17Slagveer
Substitution78
17Walker
18Locadia18Paterson
Substitution77

Coaches

Albert Stuivenberg (NED) Billy Stark (SCO)

Referee

Paolo Valeri (ITA)

Standings

Last updated: 06/09/2013 12:37 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Thursday 5 September 2013, 21.46CET

Netherlands put four past visitors Scotland

Netherlands 4-0 Scotland
The 2013 semi-finalists got their qualifying Group 3 campaign under way in fine style, scoring four times after the break in Nijmegen. 

Semi-finalists in Israel three months ago, the Netherlands started out on the road to the Czech Republic with an emphatic victory against Scotland in UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 3.

Tonny Trindade de Vilhena, a member of the Jong Oranje squad that reached the last four in June, gave the hosts a 52nd-minute lead in Albert Stuivenberg's first competitive game since succeeding Cor Pot.

The outcome might have been different, however, had Scotland captain Stuart Armstrong beaten goalkeeper Warner Hahn in a one-on-one situation before the Feyenoord player struck.

From then on the home side took control, with Chelsea FC's Marco van Ginkel inspirational as the Dutch – beaten 2-1 at home by Scotland in the last qualifying campaign – scored three times in nine minutes through Luc Castaignos, Mike van der Hoorn and substitute Jesper Drost.

Last updated: 05/09/13 22.25CET

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