HOLLAND’S dreams of contending in the World Cup next summer have been left destroyed after Sweden frolicked to a 8-0 triumph over Luxembourg.
The Netherlands – who beat Belarus 3-1-are three focuses behind the Scandinavian nation with only one match to play, however have a second rate objective contrast of an incredible 12 goals.Dick Advocaat’s men know they should beat Sweden by more than six objectives in the event that they are to meet all requirements for Russia one year from now.
Sweden – as of now second in Group A – are only a point behind France after their 1-0 prevail upon Bulgaria this evening.
Didier Deschamps’ side have ensured no less than a play-off spot after Blaise Matuidi’s lone objective won at the Vasil Levski National Stadium.
Their win implies that the Dutch national group can’t jump France in the gathering, and know they should whip Sweden one week from now, however their odds of qualifying are thin, best case scenario. Andreas Granqvist was on the score sheet for the Scandinavian nation in their Group A clashMarcus Berg hit four against Luxembourg as his side ran out simple 8-0 winnersAnd they will confront a Sweden side who are high on certainty after four wins in their last five aggressive matches.
They have gotten twelve objectives without answer in their last two installations, with Saturday’s 8-0 pounding at the Friends Arena featuring their assaulting ability.
Al-Ain striker Marcus Berg whacked in four objectives against Luxembourg, with Andreas Granqvist grabbing a support.
Somewhere else Celtic star Mikael Lustig got on the score sheet, as did previous Sunderland pro Ola Toivonen.Brighton star Davy Propper opened the scoring against Belarus at the Borisov Arena, before the home side balanced through Maksim Volodko.
Arjen Robben at that point found the base left corner with a punishment, before Lyon winger Memphis Depay wrapped up the triumph in the 93rd moment with a delightful free-kick.The Dutch players stroll off the pitch at Borisov Arena in the wake of neglecting to close the objective contrast on Sweden