Netherlands This Tuesday seeks to sharpen its aim before the modest Gibraltar in qualifying match for him Qatar World Cup 2022. The ‘Oranje’ wasted countless times in its last victory against Latvia (2-0) in Amsterdam, which led to their coach, Frank de Boer, to confess after the match that it had been “frustrating” not having been able to thrash a clearly inferior rival.
Blaugrana’s vision of the game Frenkie de Jong, which is going through a great moment, and the effectiveness in attack of the sevillista Luuk de Jong they gave the criticized a break De Boer, but the football of the Dutch team did not quite convince the fans.
The equality that is presumed in this Group G can make goal differences decisive between teams, so the Netherlands will try to hit as many targets against Gibraltar, the 195th in the FIFA ranking, who has lost 16 of his last 20 official matches and has conceded 7 goals in his first two games of this World Cup qualifying round against Norway (0-3) and Montenegro (4-1), which will be precisely measured this Tuesday in Balkan lands.
Haaland wants to ‘wake up’
Norway, who has not attended a World Cup since France 1998, needs to make up for his last hit in Malaga against Turkey (0-3), that tonight receives Latvia. The Scandinavians will face Montenegro, collide with the Ottomans. Erling haaland, the young Norwegian star for whom many great Europeans sigh, wants to “wake up” with his national team, orphaned of his goals since last October 11, when he scored a Hat trick to Romania on the UEFA Nations League.
Gibraltar: Coleing; Sergeant, Chipolina, Wiseman, Mouelhi, Mascarenhas-Olivero; Walker, Annesley, Jolley, Casciaro; and De Barr
Netherlands: Krul; Tete, Veltman, De Ligt, Van Aanholt; Frenkie de Jong, Gravenberch; Stengs, Van de Beek, Depay; and Luuk de Jong
Referee: Joao Pinheiro (Portugal)
Field: Victoria Stadium