Daley Blind plays the 100th game with the Orange

Daley Blind plays his 100th international match for Orange. The Bayern Munich player, who can play in both defense and midfield, joined Martin de Roon against France when they fell 3-0 down.

Only eight other players have a hundred or more caps to their name. In addition to the record holder Wesley Sneijder, who played 134 times for the Orange team, these are Edwin van der Sar (130), Frank de Boer (112), Rafael van der Vaart (109), Giovanni van Bronckhorst (106), Dirk. Quijt (104), Robin van Persie (102) and Philippe Cocu (101).

Blind made his debut in the Dutch national team in 2013, in the return match against Italy (1-1). In his hundreds of games, he has been on base 98 times.

In the 100 matches Blind has played for the Orange, he has scored three times. He was also accurate in the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar against the United States (3-1).

Blind moved to Bayern Munich at the beginning of this year, where he mainly sits on the bench. He left Ajax after losing his starting place in Amsterdam and maintained a difficult relationship with now-dismissed coach Alfred Schroeder.

Source: National Ports Agency

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