Netherlands vs Argentina World Cup 2014 Highlights Penalty Shootout Video 2-4 Romero Semifinal

By Soccer Blog | Jul 9, 2014

Netherlands vs Argentina 2014 (Holland Argentina VIDEO BELOW)

Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo- 9 July, 2014- World Cup Semifinal- 9/7/14- 21.00 UK KO

Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal cannot bring on Tim Krul on for Cillessen like he did against Costa Rica, and opposition keeper Sergio Romero is the hero as Argentina advance to a final meeting against Germany after a dull semifinal.

Only penalties, English commentary, 7:44 duration

Extended English commentary, with post match analysis, 38:14 duration

Alternate Extended hls, English comms, 16:09 duration

English, 7:43 duration

Extended, 14:01 duration, non English

Russian comms, 6:40 duration

Condensed penalties, 2:50, Portuguese comms

Netherlands vs Argentina 0-0

Penalty Shootout- Netherlands vs Argentina 2-4

Netherlands Argentina 0-0 Ron Vlaar misses
Holland Argentina 0-1 Lionel Messi scores
Netherlands Argentina 1-1 Arjen Robben scores
Holland Argentina 1-2 Ezequiel Garay scores
Netherlands Argentina 1-2 Wesley Sneijder misses
Holland Argentina 1-3 Sergio Aguero scores
Netherlands Argentina 2-3 Dirk Kuyt scores
Netherlands Argentina 2-4 Maxi Rodriguez scores

Netherlands v Argentina World Cup 2014 attendance:- 63,267 (Referee- Cakir)

Netherlands starting lineup vs Argentina WC 2014 Semifinal:- Cillessen, De Vrij, Vlaar, Martins Indi, Kuyt, De Jong, Sneijder, Wijnaldum, Blind, Robben, van Persie

Argentina starting XI v Holland World Cup:- Romero, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Garay, Rojo, Biglia, Mascherano, Lavezzi, Messi, Perez, Higuain

(Credits of these Holland Argentina Penalty Shootout Videos with respective third party uploaders. Soccer Blogger is not responsible for third party content)

11 Comments so far
  1. Sean July 10, 2014 2:47 am

    To be fair, while Cillessen has never saved a penalty in his professional career, his confidence wouldn’t have been helped by that snubbing during the Costa Rica game. Should have definitely saved Maxi’s penalty, and probably Aguero’s too.

    Martins-Indi booking forced LVG to make an extra sub. Maybe he should have left RVP on the pitch, he would have been their first penalty taker. But then I’ve read that LVG asked two players to take it, they refused and therefore he had to turn to Vlaar.

  2. Pradeep July 10, 2014 5:31 am

    i m so happy coz my team was winner today
    now i heartily wish them to now win final…..

  3. BBB July 10, 2014 5:58 am

    Another bitter pill to swallow for Nike. WC Semis- Adidas 2 Nike 0

  4. Pulakesh Roy July 10, 2014 10:22 am

    why was Gonzalo Higuain’s goal not allowed? he was absolutely not in an off-side position. the goal was the most brilliant moment in the entire game.

  5. Ved July 10, 2014 10:41 am

    ger will win fifa2014

  6. shaswat jain July 10, 2014 10:53 am

    why not tim krulll

  7. Trip-p-pleP July 10, 2014 2:06 pm

    Soccer goalies look ridiculous on penalty shots, diving the completely wrong way from where the shot goes. Why are the shooters so close? I am surprised that the goalies are able to stop anything…

  8. Richard July 10, 2014 6:59 pm

    Nice to see the 2014 World Cup Diving Champion frustrated again. 🙂
    Keep it up Robben if you keep trying you may yet dive your way to a World Cup.
    Argentina play the most disciplined and strategically astute soccer in South America at the National team level unlike Brazil who have become the clown princes of SA soccer with fans that live in a bubble.

  9. Xana del LLano July 11, 2014 1:06 am

    My husband and I also wondered why Gonzalo Higuain’s goal was not counted. Anyone have any answers?

  10. Pilla July 11, 2014 7:16 pm

    Higuain’s “goal” didn’t count, because he hit the outer part of the net and actually didn’t score a countable goal. Even if he had been evaluated as onside…

  11. Arunreasey July 12, 2014 1:37 am

    I like Argentina and I believe they will win this world cup 2014. 😀

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