07 October 2011

The Netherlands Team against Moldavia 2011 (1-0)

This match was played in the Kuip Stadion in Rotterdam (it's only one hour from Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands).
The Netherland team players this time were: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Dirk Kuyt, Rafael van de Vaart, Mark van Bommel, Robin van Persie, Kevin Strootman, Jeffrey Bruma, Gregory van der Wiel, Erik Pieters, Joris Mathijsen and Michel Vorm. The team played without Wesley Sneijder and Maarten Stekelenburg. 
It was raining in the first half. The field was very wet but the game must go on, of  course.
A very good pass from Kuyt to Huntelaar which made a very good chance to score. Huntelaar did it again. Goal!! Klaas-Jan Huntelaar hit a very good right footed shot to the lower right corner from the centre penalty area (aprox. 6 yards) and scored! 1-0 for the Netherlands team after 39 minutes.
The Netherlands team had many chances in scoring but the Moldavian keeper, Stanislav Namasco catched  and stopped the ball several times.
After 77 minutes was the first substitution: Eljero Elia entered for Rafael Van der Vaart for tactical reason.
Erik Pieters committed a foul on Denis Zmeu resulting on a free kick for Moldova but did not score.
The first yellow card was given to Kevin Strootman for a unsporting behaviour. But anyway, the Netherlands team won again. 

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I make this blog for foreigners who will live in this country, THE NETHERLANDS. Foreigners who are engaged or married they have to learn a lot of things about their new home like the culture, architectures, landscape, government, dikes etc. Especially the Dutch language which is very important in their social life. It is very difficult if they cannot communicate with other people. Most people speak Dutch, only few speaks English.
For visitors and readers, this will give you an idea what this country is. This small country ranks no. 5 in the economic stability in EUROPE. Their architectures like palaces, castles, dikes, ports (air and sea) are amazing.
Their culture is very interesting.

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