Orange meets the United States (4 pm) • Messi No. 1000

Bergouin came, saw, invaded, and disappeared from Orange

Watch Bergwijn fire orange, still in the World Cup

He can blaze orange, as seen in the video above. But at the World Cup, things are not going smoothly for Steven Bergwijn.

In the 124 minutes he played against Senegal and Ecuador, he scored no goal, no assist, and not a single shot on goal.

But he does not want to know anything about the crisis of form. “I don’t know, I’m comfortable in my own skin,” said the 25-year-old striker. “It’s going really well.”

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Ultee tip: the more boring/patient the better

Call it boring, or impatient. But A Clockwork Orange has to let the US get mad and make the game “wonderfully boring.”

“So that it is not their energy that makes the difference, but rather the quality of our strikers,” Orange Sjors analyst Ultee explains the perfect scenario.

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A penalty monster crawls out of its hole


‘Unsustainable’ penalty terms

The knockout stage is about to begin and that means that a draw is no longer an option. Extra time and penalties are the result.

No country wants to be swallowed up by a penalty shootout. However, respect for the penalty kick has declined in recent years.

“It’s a lottery, coincidence, luck,” you hear less and less. Because football associations and clubs know that they are already trainable.

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US goalkeeper Joe van der Sar: “You can see football is growing here”

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Goalkeeper Joe van der Sar with his father Edwin in Pittsburgh

The goalkeeper begins one of the last exercises before Saturday’s important game. Not the USA vs. Netherlands game, but the College Football Playoff quarter-finals.

Pittsburgh Panthers

Edwin van der Sar’s son ended up at university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, via Ajax youth, ADO Den Haag and RKC last year. In addition to his bachelor’s degree in economics, he is the first starting goaltender for the university’s football team, the Pittsburgh Panthers.

With the eighth final between the Netherlands and the United States at the World Cup in Qatar, it was a special week for van der Sar. “My teammates are already driving me a little crazy,” he says. “I just hope Holland wins or else I’ll be stuck with a few pesky Americans for the next few weeks.”

Good morning, the 8th World Cup is about to start!

The group stage is over, and today the eighth World Cup begins. with the Dutch national team. Louis van Gaal’s team will face the United States at 4pm.

At 8 pm it was Lionel Messi’s turn. With Argentina, the striker plays against Australia.

We will be live on NPO 1 and from 3 p.m through this live broadcast with preview Netherlands and the United States. Hilversum analysts Marco van Basten and Rafael van der Vaart, Pierre van Hooydonk on the field.

After the World Cup news at 7pm, we continue at 7:20pm with Studio WK22 with Argentina and Australia. Guus Hiddink is also a guest.

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