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WATCH: Dutch 'B-team' unconvincing in Wales but wins thanks to late goal from Weghorst |  UEFA Nations League 2022/2023

WATCH: Dutch ‘B-team’ unconvincing in Wales but wins thanks to late goal from Weghorst | UEFA Nations League 2022/2023

  1. 3′ – Yellow – Jordan Tees
  1. 90 + 4′ – Goal – Wout Weghorst (1-2)
  2. 90 + 2′ – Goal – Rhys Norrington-Davies (1 – 1)
  3. 90 + 1′ – Follow Noa Lang by Guus Til
  4. 84′ – Continued Matthijs de Ligt by Bruno Martins Indi
  5. 77′ – Brennan Johnson’s follow up to Gareth Bale
  6. 77′ – Daniel James continued by Rabbi Matondo
  7. 68′ – Follow Dylan Levitt by Matthew Smith
  8. 67′ – Follow Cody Gakbo to Stephen Bergwijn
  9. 67′ – Follow Jerdy Scotten by Frenkie de Jong
  10. 59′ – Joe Morrell continued to Robin Colwell
  11. 50′ – Goal – Teun Koopmeiners (0-1)

The Netherlands are still top of the Belgium group in the Nations League, after their victory in Wales. The orange seemed to take the whole booty with his only shot on target, but Wales equalized in overtime. The Welshman only enjoyed this goal for two minutes, because before the whistle blew Weghorst crowned himself by winning the match.

Louis van Gaal sent 11 more players to the Welsh stadium instead of Belgium. There wasn’t much chemistry between the players from “Team B”. Orange was lucky that Wells didn’t give much in return.

With the Dutch’s only shot on target in normal time, Teun Koopmeiners gave his side the lead, although the goalkeeper could be a little weak on the long shot.

That seemed enough to take the win, but Rhys Norrington Davies thought otherwise after two minutes of overtime.

In Wales, the tie was celebrated too grandly, as a result of which Wout Weghorst – who made a sluggish match – was given plenty of space after two minutes to highlight his (header) specialty.

Everything happened in overtime

Cupminers goal

  1. The second half, the 96th minute, the game is over
  2. Tyrell Malacia (Netherlands) runs a cross over Wout Weghorst and heads 1 – 2 against the net. Second half, 94th minute.
  3. A goal during the second half, the 94th minute from the Dutch Wout Weghorst. 1, 2.
  4. Conor Roberts (Wales) draws a cross on the head of Reese Norrington Davies and heads 1-1 against the net. Second half, 92nd minute.
  5. The second half goal, the 92nd minute, was scored by Reese Norrington Davies from Wales. 1, 1.
  6. Robin Colwell (Wales) can land with his right foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 92nd minute.
  7. The second half, the 91st minute. Substitution in the Netherlands, Gus Till-In, Noa Lang outside
  8. Raising the assistant referee’s flag: Wout Weghorst (Netherlands) was offside. The second half, the 91st minute.
  9. Gareth Bale (Wales) blows the referee’s whistle. He went away to Tyrrell Malasia (Netherlands). Second half, 90th minute.
  10. Out Weijhorst (Netherlands) blows the whistle from the referee. Went away in Chris Mepham (Wales). Second half, 89th minute.
  11. Stefan de Vree (Netherlands) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away to Rabbi Matondo (Wales). Second half, 85th minute.
  12. The second half, the 84th minute. Substitution in the Netherlands, Bruno Martins Indy inside, Matthijs de Ligt outside
  13. The ball crosses the back line at a corner kick. This was taken by Teun Koopmeiners (Netherlands), but his cross is too short and is thrown away. Second half, 79th minute.
  14. Ben Davies takes the corner for Wells. The ball drops in the middle in front of the goal. Second half, 78th minute.
  15. The second half, the 77th minute. Wales substitution, Gareth Bale, Brennan Johnson out
  16. The second half, the 77th minute. Wales switched, and Rabbi Matondo and Daniel James entered
  17. The referee whistled a foul, Noa Lang (Netherlands) topped. Second half, 73rd minute.
  18. Danny Ward (Wales) watches the ball and pushes it away. Second half, 72nd minute.
  19. Daniel James (Wales) blows the referee’s whistle. He went too far in Jordan Tees (Netherlands). Second half, 71st minute.
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