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Holland 3 vs. Uruguay 2 in the 2010 World Cup

Information about the Semifinals game played in the 2010 Soccer World Cup between the National Teams of Uruguay and Holland with details about goals, starters and reserves, substitutions, cards and more.

Game played in the

Date: Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Goals:
Goal min 18
18'
Giovanni Van Bronckhorst
41'
Goal min 41
Diego Forlan
Goal min 70
70'
Wesley Sneijder
Goal min 73
73'
Arjen Robben
90'+2'
Goal min 90+2
Maximiliano Pereira

Players

Uruguay Uruguay
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
1.
DF
3.
DF
6.
DF
16.
Goal min 90+2
DF
22.
MF
5.
MF
11.
78'
MF
15.
MF
17.
FW
7.
FW
10.
Goal min 41
84'
Entered
FW
13.
78'
FW
21.
84'
Other Reserves
GK
12.
GK
23.
DF
2.
DF
19.
MF
8.
MF
18.
MF
20.
Not Available
MF
14.
Nicolas Lodeiro (injured)
DF
4.
Jorge Fucile (suspended)
FW
9.
Luis Suarez (suspended)
Coach: Óscar Tabárez
Holland Holland
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
1.
DF
3.
DF
4.
DF
5.
Goal min 18
DF
12.
MF
6.
MF
10.
Goal min 70
MF
14.
46'HT
FW
7.
FW
9.
FW
11.
Goal min 73
89'
Entered
MF
23.
46'HT
FW
17.
89'
Other Reserves
GK
16.
GK
22.
DF
13.
DF
15.
MF
18.
MF
20.
FW
19.
FW
21.
Not Available
DF
2.
Gregory Van Der Wiel (suspended)
MF
8.
Nigel De Jong (suspended)
Coach: Bert Van Marwijk

Abbreviations and Notes:
Pos = Position. It shows the player's natural position but not necessarily the one he played in this particular game
Positions: GK: Goalkeeper / DF: Defender / MF: Midfielder / FW: Forward
Je. = Jersey number / (C) = Captain / HT: at half-time

Cards

National Team
Player
Card and Minutes
Uruguay
Uruguay
Maximiliano Pereira
21' yellow card
Uruguay
Uruguay
Martin Caceres
29' yellow card
Holland
Holland
Wesley Sneijder
29' yellow card
Holland
Holland
Khalid Boulahrouz
78' yellow card
Holland
Holland
Mark Van Bommel
90'+5' yellow card

Substitutions

Uruguay Uruguay
Minute
78
Sebastian Abreu
replaced
Alvaro Pereira
Minute
84
Sebastian Fernandez
replaced
Diego Forlan
Holland Holland
Minute
46 (in the break)
Rafael Van Der Vaart
replaced
Demy De Zeeuw
Minute
89
Eljero Elia
replaced
Arjen Robben

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