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TITLE TEAMS: Mexico v Netherlands
Sunday, June 29, 2014
 0-1G. Dos Santos  48'
W. Sneijder  88' 1-1 
K. Huntelaar (p) 90+4' 2-1 
MEXG. Dos Santos  48' 0-1
NEDW. Sneijder  88' 1-1
NEDK. Huntelaar (p) 90+4' 2-1
HT: 0-0
Castelao (Attendance: 58,817)
Referee: Pedro Proenca
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Netherlands vs. Mexico
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The Netherlands reached the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup with a late, late show against Mexico at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza. After Giovani dos Santos handed the Mexicans an early second half lead, Louis van Gaal's side hit back with a goal in the 88th-minute from Wesley Sneijder before Klaas-Jan Huntelaar kept his cool from the penalty spot in the fourth minute of stoppage time to send the 'Oranje' through in dramatic fashion. It was heartbreak for Los Ticos who have now fallen at the round-of-16 juncture in their last six World Cup campaigns. Dos Santos opened the scoring four minutes after the break. Ron Vlaar's loose header fell kindly into his path and the Villarreal striker held off Daley Blind before firing an early 25 metre strike past goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen. With time running out Robben's inswinger was headed back by Huntelaar allowing Sneijder to thump his right-foot shot like an arrow into the bottom corner. And then deep in added time Arjen Robben was felled in the box by Rafael Marquez leaving referee Pedro Proenca from Portugal no choice but to point his finger to the spot. Huntelaar, who replaced Robin van Persie, kept his cool to fire his right-foot drive hard and low into the bottom left-hand corner past the brilliant Guillermo Ochoa to win the game.
The Netherlands are through to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after a dramatic 2-1 win against Mexico at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza.
The 1974, 1978 and 2010 runners-up have shown plenty of heart this afternoon. Now every Dutch player is back defending with time almost up.
Andres Guardado is shown a yellow card just before Klaas-Jan Huntelaar steps up. The Schalke striker fires his right-foot drive hard and low into the bottom left-hand corner with Guillermo Ochoa going the other way. Great penalty!
Rafael Marquez sticks a foot out and brings down Arjen Robben. Referee Pedro Proenca from Portugal points to the spot and books Marquez.
We're into SIX added minutes of stoppage time at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza. This last-16 tie looks to be heading to extra-time, although somebody can still win this.
Arjen Robben's inswinger is headed back by Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Wesley Sneijder takes aim and thumps his right-foot shot like an arrow into the bottom corner. Not even the brilliant Guillermo Ochoa could get anywhere near it!
Dirk Kuyt forces a 10th corner of the game for the Dutch and over comes Arjen Robben.
Guillermo Ochoa makes a stunning point-blank save from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar. The goalkeeper didn't know that the flag had already been raised on the far side.
Mexico are hitting the ball 40-50 metres, handing the ball back to their opponents. Dirk Kuyt wins his side a corner from the right.
Francisco Rodriguez fells Arjen Robben and the Dutch immediately get on with the game. Mexico are sitting back and looking to counter-attack.
Carlos Salcido thumps his right-foot shot over the crossbar as play gets underway again at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza. Louis van Gaal has switched his line-up to a back four as they go in search for a goal.
The cooling break arrives just at the right time for Mexico with time running out for the Dutch. El Tri have fallen at the round-of-16 juncture in their last five World Cup campaigns but know if they can end that run a seemingly winnable last-eight clash with Greece or Costa Rica awaits.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez replaces Oribe Peralta while another United player - Robin van Persie comes off with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar replacing the prolific striker for the Dutch.
Rafael Marquez struggles to get to Arjen Robben whose right-foot attempt is well blocked by Guillermo Ochoa from close-range.
Hector Herrera whips the ball across the face of goal looking for Oribe Peralta, but it drifts away for a throw. The Netherlands are looking to get on with the game now as Wesley Sneijder rushes his attempt from outside the area. His shot flies way over the crossbar.
Arjen Robben falls over Miguel Layun and claims for a penalty. Referee Pedro Proenca had a good look at the situation before allowing play to continue. Paul Aguilar is shown a yellow card for hacking down Memphis Depay, which means he will miss the next game should Mexico progress through to the quarter-finals.
Memphis Depay is felled by Andres Guardado. The Dutch get on with the game as they press for an equaliser. At the other end substitute Javier Aquino threads the ball through for Oribe Peralta but the flag goes up.
Arjen Robben's left-footed cross is so close to finding Wesley Sneijder in the middle. Suddenly the game has really opened up and it's all 'Oranje' pressure.
The goalscorer Giovani dos Santos is replaced by Javier Aquino as Miguel Herrera looks to shut up shop with half an hour still left to play.
Arjen Robben races down the line before finding Wesley Sneijder, but his shot deflects up and over the crossbar with Guillermo Ochoa wrong-footed.
Guillermo Ochoa makes a stunning save to deny Stefan de Vrij what looked like a certain equaliser. The Feyenoord defender sends Dirk Kuyt's flick hurtling towards goal, but Ochoa parries the ball superbly onto the post.
Memphis Depay comes in at left wing-back for the departing Paul Verhaegh. That will mean a change of formation for Louis van Gaal's side.
Jasper Cillessen is forced into an acrobatic save to deny Oribe Peralta from range.
The Dutch are coming out now having to attack their opponents. A couple of corners from Arjen Robben are cleared and then Daley Blind fails to get any power on his long-range attempt which is always heading wide.
The Netherlands win a free-kick about 27 metres from goal. Wesley Sneijder's right-foot strike hits Paul Aguilar right in his face and Mexico clear their lines.
Giovani dos Santos breaks the deadlock to the delight of the thousands of Mexican supporters inside the Castelao arena. Ron Vlaar's loose header falls to Giovani dos Santos and he makes room from 25 metres out to hold off Daley Blind and bend his left-foot shot nice and early past Jasper Cillessen, who was given no chance. Great goal!
Diego Reyes has come on for the injured Hector Moreno as expected. First half temperatures reached an incredible 38.8 degrees celcius which is 101 degrees farenheit.
Mexico have only made it past the round of 16 twice, both times when it was the host country of the World Cup, in 1970 and 1986. The Dutch are three-time finalists and are looking to win the trophy for the first time in their history. This last-16 clash has the look of going the distance.
It remains goalless between the Netherlands and Mexico in their last-16 World Cup clash at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza. Chances have been few and far between in hot and humid conditions although there have been two good penalty appeals. Hector Herrera looked to have been taken clean out by a combination of Ron Vlaar and Stefan de Vrij while at the other end Arjen Robben was left annoyed with referee Pedro Proenca when he was felled in the box by Rafael Marquez and Hector Moreno. Despite the claims, Los Ticos have been the more dominant side and could have taken the lead when Giovani dos Santos tested Jasper Cillessen but the Dutch goalkeeper made a fine save with his legs. Still a long way to go in this encounter!
Hector Moreno needed some medical attention after the incident and he looks as though his game is finished. The whistle blows for the break in Fortaleza with no goals.
Rafael Marquez and Hector Moreno take Arjen Robben down in the box after Marquez gave the ball away to Robin van Persie. Wesley Sneijder races to referee Pedro Proenca incensed that the Dutch have not been awarded a penalty in that incident.
We're into FOUR added minutes at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza.
Jasper Cillessen makes a fine stop with his legs as Giovani dos Santos looked to fire his shot past the goalkeeper at his near post. Bruno Martins Indi then gives Dos Santos a whack in his back with the Villarreal striker already lying on the ground. He didn't like it much and referee Pedro Proenca is forced to step in and break up a potential heated moment.
Now former Liverpool man Dirk Kuyt is back defending and earns his side a goal kick after covering well. Robin van Persie tries to get in around the back and that forces Francisco Rodriguez to clear away.
Miguel Layun is seeing so much of the ball at the moment and he gets it again down the left, but once again fails to deliver a decent cross for Oribe Peralta to feed on. Rafael Marquez covers well as Dirk Kuyt looks to get in behind.
Referee Pedro Proenca gets play back underway at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza. The humidity and heat must be unbearable. The three minutes taken for the cooling break will be added on at the end of the half. Miguel Layun fails to get enough pace on his cross to find Oribe Peralta in the box.
The Mexicans have conceded just one goal so far - Ivan Perisic's late strike for Croatia when they were already three up. The Dutch have found the heat difficult to play in so far this afternoon and seem happy enough to sit deep and slow the game right down. Louis van Gaal's side keep some possession until a free-kick is given. We're now going to have a cooling break which will last for three minutes!
Robin van Persie controls the ball superbly, but the Manchester United striker is at full stretch as he looks to get his shot away. Oribe Peralta bursts through a couple of defenders before laying his pass off to Giovani dos Santos who tests Jasper Cillessen.
Georginio Wijnaldum looks to be having problems with his eye in the penalty area. He's had to come off the pitch for a change of contact lens possibly. No nonsense defending from right wing-back Dirk Kuyt, who hammers the ball up field.
Arjen Robben falls over on the edge of the box and the Mexican players are incensed with the winger, feeling that he took a dive. The Castelao arena is full of Mexico supporters and they are making quite a noise. They know their players will be used to this kind of heat. Carlos Salcido's strike is parried away to safety by goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.
Hector Herrera is almost taken out by a combination of Ron Vlaar's right boot and Stefan de Vrij. Herrera claims a penalty, but he gets nothing.
Hector Moreno's ball picks out Giovani dos Santos at the back post. He controls the ball well before pulling it back to Oribe Peralta and he sets up Hector Herrera, but the 24-year-old Porto midfielder drags his shot inches wide of the far post.
Arjen Robben's cross hits defender Rafael Marquez and he claims a handball, but referee Pedro Proenca from Portugal waves for play to continue.
Livewire Miguel Layun delivers a delicious left-footed cross which is begging to be tucked into the back of the net, but there is nobody busting a gut to get into the middle to gobble it up. Mexico, however, are on top.
Bruno Martins Indi slips into the middle of the Netherlands backline, in between Ron Vlaar and Stefan de Vrij. Nigel de Jong didn't appear to be carrying a knock, so it looks very much as though head coach Louis van Gaal has made a tactical change.
Nigel de Jong has been surprisingly substituted with Bruno Martins Indi replacing him with less than 10 minutes of the match gone.
Paul Aguilar tumbles over the top of Arjen Robben and referee Pedro Proenca from Portugal awards the Dutch a free-kick on halfway. The Bayern Munich winger is then brought crashing down to the floor again wide right. Wesley Sneijder's inswinging ball is headed away by the flying Francisco Rodriguez.
With 10 goals, the Netherlands were the highest scorers among teams in the 2014 World Cup group stage. We will see if they will sit in and allow Mexico to attack them so they can hit them on the break through the pace ace Arjen Robben.
The Mexicans make a confident start and Miguel Layun is determined to test Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, but the ball was always heading over the crossbar. Robin van Persie is all alone up top as the men in orange allow the Central American side the ball in these early stages.
Netherlands boss Louis Van Gaal has set his side up in a 5-3-2 formation which may change to a 4-3-3, while eccentric Mexico manager magic man Miguel Herrera has set his side up with a 4-2-3-1 system.
Here we go then at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza for this World Cup last-16 clash. The pitch "is not that good," according to the Dutch coach Louis van Gaal - bobbly in places is an understatement. The Netherlands are wearing their famous 'Oranje' kit while Mexico - followed by a large number of supporters are in their all-green number.
Robin van Persie will lead the Dutch attack in Fortaleza after missing the victory over Chile because of suspension. The Manchester United striker netted twice in the Netherlands' opener against Spain, as well as scoring against Australia. He also got both goals against Mexico the last time the nations played in 2010. Nigel de Jong, Arjen Robben, Daley Blind and Stefan de Vrijare have all been passed fit and start as does Paul Verhaegh. Leroy Fer and Bruno Martins Indi have to make do with a place on the bench.
Coach Miguel Herrera is without Jose Juan Vasquez, who is missing through suspension, so former Fulham man Carlos Salcido comes in to deputise in his place.
Cillessen, Vlaar, De Vrij, Verhaegh, Kuyt, Wijnaldum, De Jong, Blind, Sneijder, Robben, van Persie. SUBSTITUTES: Vorm, Martins Indi, Janmaat, de Guzman, Veltman, Kongolo, Clasie, Lens, Fer, Huntelaar, Depay, Krul.
Ochoa, Aguilar, Rodriguez, Marquez, Moreno, Layun, Salcido, Herrera, Guardado, Giovani, Peralta. SUBSTITUTES: Corona, Reyes, Fabian, Jimenez, Pulido, Hernandez, Ponce, Brizuela, Aquino, Pena, Talavera.
The Netherlands take on Mexico in a mouthwatering last-16 World Cup clash at The Castelao arena in Fortaleza. The Dutch are one of the tournament favourites after convincingly coming through a tough pool containing Spain, Chile and Australia. They blitzed reigning champions Spain 5-1 and beat both Australia and Chile, finishing top of the group scoring 10 goals. Mexico also did well to progress from a group undefeated containing tournament favourites and hosts Brazil, as well as Croatia and Cameroon, so today's clash has all the ingredients to become a classic. History is on the European side - Mexico have lost three and drawn one of their last four encounters with the Oranje, conceding at least two goals on each of these occasions. The match offers El Tri the chance to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 1986. They have fallen at the round-of-16 juncture in their last five World Cup campaigns and know if they can end that run a seemingly winnable last-eight clash with Greece or Costa Rica awaits. The Dutch have won nine of their last 10 World Cup matches but Mexico have scored a goal in each of their last 11 World Cup matches against European nations, losing just two of these games. Considering all this, we really should be for another goal fest this afternoon. Follow me on Twitter: @RazMirza
Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal is wary of the threat Mexico will pose in the hot and humid conditions in Fortaleza. They have fined tuned their strategy to defend and will base it on lesson learnt from its previous match with Chile, in which the Dutch team won 2-0. "There's not such a big difference in the way that Chile plays and Mexico plays," said 62-year-old van Gaal. "They play according to their quality, their skills and they're very eager to win and this eagerness to win is the best part of football."
After missing the victory over Chile because of suspension, Robin van Persie will lead the Dutch attack in Fortaleza against a Mexico side that defended superbly to keep Brazil at bay on the same ground. The Manchester United striker netted twice in the Netherlands' opener against Spain, as well as scoring against Australia. He also got both goals against Mexico the last time the nations played in 2010. Nigel de Jong, Arjen Robben, Daley Blind and Stefan de Vrijare are all carrying knocks ahead of this encounter, whilst question-marks remain over the likes of Leroy Fer and Bruno Martins Indi.
Mexico have conceded just one goal in three games in Brazil, but former Barcelona defender Rafael Marquez is aware of the challenge posed by the Dutch who have scored more than anyone else in the competition with 10 goals from their three group games. "It will be very difficult, but we have not sat back and tried to keep the score at 0-0 against any team we have faced so far."
Eight months ago Mexico looked set for one of the greatest humiliations in the country's football history. Now they are riding a Latin American wave at the World Cup. A disastrous qualification campaign put them on the brink of elimination. However, as they ended a 2-1 defeat away to Costa Rica in their final CONCACAF qualifier, they received a lifeline from the unlikeliest of sources. Two goals in stoppage time by the already qualified United States away to Panama handed the Mexicans a second chance through a playoff against New Zealand despite having won just twice in 10 qualifiers. Coach Miguel Herrera will be without Jose Juan Vasquez, who is missing through suspension, so former Fulham man Carlos Salcido could deputise in his place.
Arjen Robben, Netherlands: Scoring two goals and dovetailing in devastating fashion with Robin van Persie, Robben helped rip Spain's defense apart in that jaw-dropping 5-1 win that signaled the end of an era for the now-deposed world champions. He then opened the scoring to set the Netherlands on their way to a 3-2 win over Australia that clinched qualification.
SHARP SHOOTERS: Nobody who has watched them at this tournament will be surprised that Holland top the table when it comes to shooting accuracy - 76 per cent of their efforts on goal have hit the target, more than any other side in Brazil. Compare this to Mexico, whose 45 per cent of shots on target is only greater than six other teams, five of which have been eliminated (low-scoring Greece are the sixth).The Mexicans' wastefulness in front of goal could come back to haunt them against the competition's current top scorers. POOR PASSERS: While there is little doubt that Holland have been one of the most entertaining sides in Brazil so far, their passing does leave a lot to be desired. With just an 82 per cent pass completion rate, only five sides have been more careless in possession. Mexico's 85 per cent pass success rate is above the tournament average and suggests they will find themselves with plenty of the ball against the Dutch, but it's how they use it which will determine their fate. TRAFFIC JAMS LIKELY: Each of these teams has clearly preferred one flank to the other so far, and this could cause some congestion. The Dutch have preferred to attack from their left, completing a larger share of passes from this side - 22 per cent - than any other team at the finals. Mexico have instead favoured the right, where 17 per cent of their passes have originated - the fourth highest percentage. With both sides therefore trying to use the same side of the pitch as their primary outlet, it will be the team that can best support their wide players which is likely to prevail. CONDITIONS: While the Netherlands have passed some tough tests from high-calibre opposition of late - having won nine of the last 10 World Cup matches - injury worries and tough conditions could play into the hands of their opponents. The higher temperature and humidity of an early kick-off could favour Mexico, who are far more used to such conditions. The Mexicans, though, have been knocked out at this stage in each of the five previous World Cups and their poor record against the Dutch could see them eliminated at the first knockout phase once again.
The referee in charge of this encounter is Pedro Proenca from Portugal. The 43-year-old took charge of the games between Cameroon-Croatia and Japan-Colombia in the group stage. In 2012 he took charge of the Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea as well as the European Championship final between Spain and Italy. He will be joined by two assistants Bertino Miranda and Jose Trigo while Carlos Vera from Ecuador will act as the fourth official. Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal has urged Portuguese referee Proenca to allow water breaks during the match, given the mercury is set to tip 30 degrees Celsius.
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Jasper Cillessen1
56' Paul Verhaegh12
Ron Vlaar2
Stefan De Vrij3
Daley Blind5
Dirk Kuyt15
Georginio Wijnaldum20
88' Wesley Sneijder10
9' Nigel De Jong6
Arjen Robben11
76' Robin Van Persie9
Tim Krul23
Michel Vorm22
9' Bruno Martins Indi4
Daryl Janmaat7
Terence Kongolo14
Joel Veltman13
Jonathan De Guzmán8
Leroy Fer18
Jordy Clasie16
56' Memphis21
76' 90+4' Klaas-Jan Huntelaar19
Jeremain Lens17
13Guillermo Ochoa
22Paul Aguilar 69'
2Francisco Rodríguez
4Rafael Márquez 90+2'
15Héctor Moreno 46'
7Miguel Layún
6Héctor Herrera
3Carlos Salcido
18Andrés Guardado 90+3'
10Giovani Dos Santos 61' 48' 
19Oribe Peralta 75'
1José de Jesús Corona
12Alfredo Talavera
5Diego Reyes 46'
16Miguel Ángel Ponce
20Javier Aquino 61'
8Marco Fabián
17Isaac Brizuela
21Carlos Pena
14Javier Hernández 75'
11Alan Pulido
9Raúl Jiménez
Louis Van Gaal 
Miguel Ernesto Herrera 
1Jasper Cillessen
12Paul Verhaegh
Substitution Memphis (on) 56'
2Ron Vlaar
3Stefan De Vrij
5Daley Blind
15Dirk Kuyt
20Georginio Wijnaldum
10Wesley Sneijder
Goal 88'
6Nigel De Jong
Substitution Bruno Martins Indi (on) 9'
11Arjen Robben
9Robin Van Persie
Substitution Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (on) 76'
23Tim Krul
22Michel Vorm
4Bruno Martins Indi
Substitution Bruno Martins Indi (on) 9'
7Daryl Janmaat
14Terence Kongolo
13Joel Veltman
8Jonathan De Guzmán
18Leroy Fer
16Jordy Clasie
21 Memphis
Substitution Memphis (on) 56'
19Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Substitution Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (on) 76'
Goal 90+4'
17Jeremain Lens
Louis Van Gaal 
13Guillermo Ochoa
22Paul Aguilar
Yellow Card 69'
2Francisco Rodríguez
4Rafael Márquez
Yellow Card 90+2'
15Héctor Moreno
Substitution Diego Reyes (on) 46'
7Miguel Layún
6Héctor Herrera
3Carlos Salcido
18Andrés Guardado
Yellow Card 90+3'
10Giovani Dos Santos
Substitution Javier Aquino (on) 61'
Goal 48'
19Oribe Peralta
Substitution Chicharito Hernández (on) 75'
1José de Jesús Corona
12Alfredo Talavera
5Diego Reyes
Substitution Héctor Moreno (off) 46'
16Migue Ponce
20Javier Aquino
Substitution Giovani Dos Santos (off) 61'
8Marco Fabián
17Isaac Brizuela
21Carlos Peña
14Chicharito Hernández
Substitution Oribe Peralta (off) 75'
11Alan Pulido
9Raúl Jiménez
Miguel Ernesto Herrera 
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Team Stats
NetherlandsNED MexicoMEX
2 Goals 1
1 Assists 0
14 Shots 12
8 Shots on Goal 7
5 Saves 3
1 Penalties Scored 0
1 Penalty Kicks 0
29 Crosses 11
10 Corner Kicks 2
1 Offside 1
8 Fouls Committed 12
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
55% Ball Possession 45%
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Jasper Cillessen 90 - 0 0 1 5
2Ron Vlaar 90 0 0 0 - -
3Stefan De Vrij 90 0 0 0 - -
5Daley Blind 90 0 0 0 - -
6Nigel De Jong 9 0 0 0 - -
9Robin Van Persie 76 0 0 0 - -
10Wesley Sneijder 90 1 0 0 - -
11Arjen Robben 90 0 0 0 - -
12Paul Verhaegh 56 0 0 0 - -
15Dirk Kuyt 90 0 0 0 - -
20Georginio Wijnaldum 90 0 0 0 - -
4Bruno Martins Indi 81 0 0 0 - -
19Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 14 1 0 0 - -
21Memphis 34 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
13Guillermo Ochoa 90 - 0 0 2 2
2Francisco Rodríguez 90 0 0 0 - -
3Carlos Salcido 90 0 0 0 - -
4Rafael Márquez 90 0 1 0 - -
6Héctor Herrera 90 0 0 0 - -
7Miguel Layún 90 0 0 0 - -
10Giovani Dos Santos 61 1 0 0 - -
15Héctor Moreno 45 0 0 0 - -
18Andrés Guardado 90 0 1 0 - -
19Oribe Peralta 74 0 0 0 - -
22Paul Aguilar 90 0 1 0 - -
5Diego Reyes 45 0 0 0 - -
14Javier Hernández 16 0 0 0 - -
20Javier Aquino 29 0 0 0 - -
HollandNED vs. MexicoMEX
Minute Event
90+7' Game Over  Holland 2-1 Mexico
90+7' Half Over  Holland 2-1 Mexico
90+6' Shot on Goal  Javier Aquino (Mexico)
90+5' Cross  Javier Hernández (Mexico) - Clearance In Play
90+5' Throw-In  Diego Reyes (Mexico)
90+4' Penalty Goal  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Holland)
90+4' Shot on Goal  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Holland)
90+4' Free Kick  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Holland)
90+3' Yellow Card  Andrés Guardado (Mexico)
90+2' Yellow Card  Rafael Márquez (Mexico)
90+2' Foul  Robben fouled by Rafael Márquez (Mexico)
90+1' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
90+1' Shot  Memphis Depay (Holland)
90' Foul  Depay fouled by Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
88' Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland). Assist by Huntelaar
88' Shot on Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
88' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland)
87' Cross  Dirk Kuyt (Holland) - Deflected - Out of Play
87' Cross  Memphis Depay (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
87' Throw-In  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
86' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
86' Shot on Goal  Memphis Depay (Holland)
85' Offside  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Holland)
85' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland)
84' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
84' Cross  Dirk Kuyt (Holland) - Deflected - Out of Play
84' Throw-In  Georginio Wijnaldum (Holland)
82' Foul  Robben fouled by Carlos Salcido (Mexico)
81' Cross  Javier Aquino (Mexico)
81' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
80' Foul  Aquino fouled by Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
80' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
79' Shot  Carlos Salcido (Mexico)
79' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
76' Substitution  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (on). Van Persie (off). (Holland)
75' Shot  Ron Vlaar (Holland)
75' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Off Target
75' Substitution  Javier Hernández (on). Peralta (off). (Mexico)
74' Shot on Goal  Arjen Robben (Holland)
73' Foul  Aguilar fouled by Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
73' Throw-In  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
73' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
72' Shot  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
72' Throw-In  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
71' Cross  Héctor Herrera (Mexico)
71' Cross  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
71' Throw-In  Memphis Depay (Holland)
70' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Defended by Keeper
70' Cross  Dirk Kuyt (Holland) - Headed Out - Out of Play
70' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
70' Free Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
69' Yellow Card  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
69' Foul  Depay fouled by Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
69' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
68' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
67' Throw-In  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
67' Offside  Oribe Peralta (Mexico)
66' Cross  Memphis Depay (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
65' Foul  Depay fouled by Andrés Guardado (Mexico)
65' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
65' Shot  Daley Blind (Holland)
65' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
64' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
64' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Overhit
63' Throw-In  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
62' Throw-In  Memphis Depay (Holland)
62' Cross  Dirk Kuyt (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Corner Kick  Memphis Depay (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Substitution  Javier Aquino (on). Dos Santos (off). (Mexico)
61' Shot on Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
60' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
59' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
58' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
58' Throw-In  Memphis Depay (Holland)
58' Cross  Memphis Depay (Holland) - Headed Out - Out of Play
58' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
57' Shot on Goal  Stefan De Vrij (Holland)
57' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - On Target
57' Cross  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland) - Headed Out - Out of Play
56' Substitution  Memphis Depay (on). Verhaegh (off). (Holland)
56' Foul  Robben fouled by Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
56' Shot on Goal  Oribe Peralta (Mexico)
55' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
55' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
55' Shot  Daley Blind (Holland)
54' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
54' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Headed Out - Out of Play
54' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Deflected - Out of Play
53' Shot on Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
53' Free Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
52' Foul  Van Persie fouled by Carlos Salcido (Mexico)
51' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
51' Shot  Rafael Márquez (Mexico)
51' Cross  Héctor Herrera (Mexico) - Off Target
51' Free Kick  Héctor Herrera (Mexico)
50' Foul  Dos Santos fouled by Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
50' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
50' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
48' Goal  Giovani Dos Santos (Mexico)
48' Shot on Goal  Giovani Dos Santos (Mexico)
47' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
47' Foul  Peralta fouled by Ron Vlaar (Holland)
46' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
46' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Diego Reyes (on). Moreno (off). (Mexico)
45+5' Half Over  Holland 0-0 Mexico
45+2' Foul  Peralta fouled by Stefan De Vrij (Holland)
45+1' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
45' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
43' Foul  Dos Santos fouled by Bruno Martins Indi (Holland)
42' Shot on Goal  Giovani Dos Santos (Mexico)
42' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Directly Out
42' Corner Kick  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Crossed In
40' Foul  Wijnaldum fouled by Andrés Guardado (Mexico)
40' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
40' Cross  Paul Aguilar (Mexico) - Directly Out
39' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
37' Cross  Miguel Layún (Mexico) - Directly Out
37' Shot on Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
36' Cross  Miguel Layún (Mexico) - Defended by Keeper
32' Foul  Guardado fouled by Paul Verhaegh (Holland)
30' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
29' Throw-In  Paul Verhaegh (Holland)
28' Shot on Goal  Giovani Dos Santos (Mexico)
27' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
27' Shot  Robin Van Persie (Holland)
26' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
25' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
25' Corner Kick  Héctor Herrera (Mexico) - Directly Out
24' Shot on Goal  Carlos Salcido (Mexico)
21' Cross  Bruno Martins Indi (Holland) - Defended by Keeper
20' Foul  Verhaegh fouled by Carlos Salcido (Mexico)
20' Corner Kick  Giovani Dos Santos (Mexico) - Foul
20' Shot on Goal  Héctor Herrera (Mexico)
19' Foul  Márquez fouled by Robin Van Persie (Holland)
19' Cross  Paul Verhaegh (Holland) - Foul
18' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
18' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
17' Shot  Héctor Herrera (Mexico)
16' Throw-In  Arjen Robben (Holland)
16' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Clearance Out of Play
15' Throw-In  Paul Verhaegh (Holland)
15' Throw-In  Paul Verhaegh (Holland)
14' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
14' Cross  Miguel Layún (Mexico)
13' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
13' Cross  Oribe Peralta (Mexico) - Headed Out - In Play
13' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
11' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
10' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
9' Throw-In  Héctor Moreno (Mexico)
9' Substitution  Bruno Martins Indi (on). De Jong (off). (Holland)
9' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
9' Free Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
8' Foul  Robben fouled by Héctor Herrera (Mexico)
8' Foul  Robben fouled by Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
7' Throw-In  Francisco Rodríguez (Mexico)
6' Foul  Van Persie fouled by Héctor Moreno (Mexico)
5' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
5' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
5' Shot  Miguel Layún (Mexico)
4' Goal Kick  Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico)
4' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Overhit
3' Goal Kick  Jasper Cillessen (Holland)
3' Shot  Miguel Layún (Mexico)
2' Throw-In  Paul Aguilar (Mexico)
1' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
1' Throw-In  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
1' Start Half 
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