Thursday, December 10, 2015

International Head-to-Head –Part one, Holland and Germany-part 4 (1990s and 2000s)


1990s

The sides met again, this time in the Second Round of the 1990 World Cup. The match remembered for the spitting incident between Frank Rijkaard and Rudi Voller. The were both sent off for repeated dissent.
The sides met again in the 1992 Euros, this time the Dutch won against a German (reunified) side weakened with the injury absence of Lothar Matthaus and Rudi Voller.
The sides would meet each in two further friendlies before the end of the decade. The 1996 match marked the debut of Johann Cruyff’s son Jordi, as well Phillip Cocu.
By the time of the 1998 match, Frank Rijkaard had been appointed as National Team manager.



International Head-to-Head match No. 30

June 24, 1990
West Germany 2-Holland 1
World Cup Qualifier-Second Round
Venue: Milan - Giuseppe Meazza-Stadio San Siro, Italy
Attendance: 74,600
Referee: Juan Carlos Loustau (Argentina)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Jürgen Klinsmann 51, Andreas Brehme 86
(Holland): Ronald Koeman 89 pen
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Bodo Illgner, 5-Klaus Augenthaler, 2-Stefan Reuter, 4-Jürgen Kohler, 6-Guido Buchwald, 3-Andreas Brehme,  7-Pierre Littbarski, 10- Lothar Herbert Matthäus (captain),  14-Thomas Berthold,  18-Jürgen Klinsmann (13-Karlheinz Riedle 79th ), 9-Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler  
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 
Booked: Rudi Völler 19th, Lothar Matthäus 78th
Sent Off: Rudi Völler 22nd

Holland:
1-Hans van Breukelen,  2-Berry van Aerle  (12- Wim Kieft 66th ), 3-Frank Rijkaard,  4-Ronald Koeman, 5-Adri van Tiggelen, 6-Jan Wouters, 11-Richard Witschge (17- Hans Gillhaus 78th ), 20-Aron Winter, 10-Ruud Gullit (captain),  9-Marco van Basten, 14-John van't Schip  
Coach: Leo Beenhakker
Booked: Frank Rijkaard 20th , Jan Wouters 32nd ,  Marco van Basten 72nd
Sent Off: Frank Rijkaard 22nd

Subs bench:
16- Johannes Frederik ‘Joop’ Hiele (Feyenoord Rotterdam)  
21- Dirk Franciscus ‘Danny’ Blind (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)  
13- drs. Graeme Wayne Rutjes (Koninklijke Voetbalclub Mechelen / Belgium)


Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin Edition, 100 Jahre Deutsche Landerspiele
(Rudi Voller and Frank Rijkaard spitting incident, June 24, 1990, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 18, July 1990
(Jurgen Klinnsman scoring for West Germany, June 24, 1990, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors: Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Holland squad, June 24, 1990, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)




International Head-to-Head match No. 31

June 18, 1992
Holland 3-Germany 1
UEFA European Championship –Group 2
Venue: Göteborg, Nya Ullevi Stadion, Sweden  
Attendance: 37,700
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Frank Rijkaard 4, Rob Witschge 15, Dennis Bergkamp 72
(Germany):  Jürgen Klinsmann 53
Holland:
1- Hans van Breukelen,  17- Frank de Boer  (15- Aron Winter 62nd ), 4- Ronald Koeman, 3- Adri van Tiggelen,  8- Frank Rijkaard, 6- Jan Wouters, 14- Rob Witschge,  7- Dennis Bergkamp  (16- Peter Bosz 87th ), 10- Ruud Gullit (captain),  9- Marco van Basten, 20- Bryan Roy  
Coach: Rinus Michels
Other Subs: 2- Berry van Aerle,  5- Danny Blind,  11- John van't Schip, 12- Wim Kieft,  13- Stanley Menzo, 18- Wim Jonk,  19- Eric Viscaal

Germany:
1-Bodo Illgner, 5-Manfred Binz  (16-Matthias Sammer 46th ), 4-Jürgen Kohler, 14-Thomas Helmer, 3-Andreas Brehme (captain), 8- Thomas Häßler, 17-Stefan Effenberg, 7-Andreas Möller, 15-Michael Frontzeck, 18-Jürgen Klinsmann, 11-Karl-heinz Riedle (10-Thomas Doll 77th )
Coach: Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’  Vogts
Booked: Jürgen Kohler 51st
Other Subs: 12- Andreas Köpke, 13-Andreas Thom, 19-Michael Schulz, 20-Christian Wörns


 Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 59, December 1993
(June 18, 1992, UEFA European Championship, Holland 3-Germany 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors: Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Holland squad, June 18, 1992, UEFA European Championship, Holland 3-Germany 1)



1992 (June 18) Holland 3-Germany 1 (European... by sp1873

International Head-to-Head match No. 32

April 24, 1996
Holland 0-Germany 1
Friendly
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion       
Attendance: 26,000
Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): None
(Germany):  Jürgen Klinsmann 18 pen
Holland:
1-Edwin van der Sar,  3-Danny Blind (captain), 5-Winston Bogarde, 4-Frank de Boer, 2-John Veldman (15-Jaap Stam 81st ), 6-Clarence Seedorf,  10- Dennis Bergkamp, 8-Richard Witschge (14-Phillip Cocu 58th ), 7-Gaston Taument  (12-Youri Mulder 58th ), 9- Johan ‘Jordi’ Cruijff ,  11- Peter Hoekstra 
Coach: Guus Hiddink
Other Subs:  Ed de Goey,  Johan de Kock, Arthur Numan, Aron Winter

Germany:
1- Andreas Köpke, 2-Stefan Reuter,  4- Jürgen Kohler,  6-Matthias Sammer (15-Thomas Helmer 46th ), 3-Christian Ziege,  5-Dieter Eilts (14-Markus Babbel 79th), 8-Mario Basler (16-Mehmet Scholl 84th ), 7-Steffen Freund,  10- Thomas Häßler (13-Stefan Kuntz 90th ), 9- Jürgen Klinsmann (captain) , 11- Oliver Bierhoff
Coach: Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’  Vogts
Booked: Dieter Eilts 52nd

Note: Andreas Kiopke saved a penalty kick attempt by Bergkamp in the 33rd minute.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 89, June 1996
(Richard Witschge and Thomas Haessler, April 24, 1996, Holland 0-Germany 1)




Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Holland squad, April 24, 1996, Holland 0-Germany 1)




International Head-to-Head match No. 33

November 18, 1998
Germany 1-Holland 1
Friendly
Venue: Gelsenkirchen-Parkstadion
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Ryszard Wojcik (Poland)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Olaf Marschall 52
(Holland): Michael Reiziger 22
Lineups:
Germany:
1- Oliver Kahn, 10- Lothar Herbert Matthäus (18- Carsten Ramelow 70th ), 2- Thomas Strunz (16- Dietmar Hamann 86th ), 6- Jens Jeremies, 4- Christian Wörns, 5- Jens Nowotny (17- Marko Rehmer 46th ), 3- Jörg Heinrich, 8- Mario Basler  (14- Alexander Zickler 72nd ), 7- Andreas Möller, 9- Oliver Bierhoff  (captain), 11- Ulf Kirsten (13- Olaf Marschall 21st )
Coach: Erich Ribbeck
Booked: Andreas Möller

Holland:
1- Edwin van der Sar,  4- Frank de Boer (captain),  2- Michael Reiziger  (13-Kees van Wonderen 68th ), 3- Jaap Stam,  5- Marc van Hintum,  7- Jeffrey Talan (15-Dries Boussatta 73rd ), 8- Clarence Seedorf,  6- Phillip Cocu (12-Giovanni van Bronckhorst 75th ), 10- Ruud van Nistelrooij,  9- Patrick Kluivert (14-Michael Mols 46th ), 11- Marc Overmars (18-Peter van Vossen 81st )
Coach: Franklin Edmundo ‘Frank’ Rijkaard
Booked: Dries Boussatta 84th
Other Subs:   Jean-Paul van Gastel , Oscar Moens



Photo From: de Internationals, de Historie van Oranje, Authors Matty Verkamman, Henri van der Steen, John Volkers
(Michael Mols, November 18, 1998, Germany 1-Holland 1)



2000s

Before the match in 2000, Lothar Matthaus was honored for earning his world record 144th appearance. This was his 20th year with the national team.
For the 2002 and 2004 matches, the Germans were managed by Rudi Voller, whiel Marco van Basten and Jurgen Klinnsman were their managers of their respective nations for the 2005 Friendly.

International Head-to-Head match No. 34

February 23, 2000
Holland 2-Germany 1
Friendly
Venue: Amsterdam - Amsterdam ArenA         
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Domenico Messina (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Patrick Kluivert 15, Boudewijn Zenden 28
(Germany):  Christian Ziege 22
Holland:
1- Edwin van der Sar,  3- Jaap Stam ,  2- Michael Reiziger,  4- Phillip Cocu (13- Arthur Numan 76th ), 5- Winston Bogarde, 11- Boudewijn Zenden,  7- Ronald de Boer (19- Roy Makaay 66th ), 9- Patrick Kluivert, 6- Clarence  Seedorf, 8- Edgar Davids (captain),  10- Ruud van Nistelrooij  (18- Jimmy Hasselbaink 76th )
Coach: Frank Rijkaard
Booked: Edgar Davids 88th
Other Subs:  12- Bert Konterman, 14- Dennis Bergkamp, 15- Paul Bosvelt, 16- Sander Westerveld, 17- Giovanni van Bronckhorst, 20- Aron Winter

Germany:
1- Oliver Kahn, 2- Markus Babbel, 10- Lothar Herbert Matthäus, 4- Thomas Linke, 6- Jens Jeremies, 7- Mehmet Scholl, 5- Zoltan Sebescen (18- Sebastian Deisler 46th ), 3- Christian Ziege, 8- Dietmar Hamann (17- Dariusz Wosz 61st ),
11- Oliver Neuville (14- Frank Baumann 76th ), 9- Oliver Bierhoff  (captain)
Coach: Erich Ribbeck
Booked: Frank Baumann 86th
Other Subs:  12- Jens Lehmann, 13- Michael Preetz, 15- Jens Nowotny, 16- Michael Ballack


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 134, March 2000
(Clarence Seedorf and Oliver Bierhoff, February 23, 2000, Holland 2-Germany 1)



Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin
(Holland squad, February 23, 2000, Holland 2-Germany 1)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Germany squad, February 23, 2000, Holland 2-Germany 1)



International Head-to-Head match No. 35

November 20, 2002
Germany 1-Holland 3
Friendly
Venue: Gelsenkirchen- Arena 'Auf Schalke'
Attendance: 60,601
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Fredi Bobic 34
(Holland): Patrick Kluivert 22, Jimmy Hasselbaink 69, Ruud van Nistelrooy 79
Lineups:
Germany:
1- Oliver Kahn (captain), 3-Frank Baumann, 4-Arne Friedrich, 2-Marko Rehmer, 9-Fredi Bobic  (14-Gerald Asamoah 68th ), 13-Michael Ballack, 16-Jens Jeremies  (15-Sebastian Kehl 46th ), 7-Torsten Frings, 10-Bernd Schneider, 8- Jörg Böhme (17-Oliver Neuville 77th ), 11-Miroslav Klose (6- Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier 46th )
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler
Other Subs:            Jens Lehmann, Lars Ricken, Hanno Balitsch

Holland:
1- Edwin van der Sar,  4- Frank de Boer (captain) (13- Michael Reiziger 46th ), 2- Fernando Ricksen, 3- Jaap Stam,  6- Paul Bosvelt, 8- Phillip Cocu (15- Rafael van der Vaart 46th ), 7- Clarence Seedorf, 9- Roy Makaay (14- Jimmy Hasselbaink 66th ), 5- Boudewijn Zenden,  11- Edgar Davids, 10- Patrick Kluivert  (12- Ruud van Nistelrooij 46th )
Coach: Dick Advocaat
Booked: Michael Reiziger 54th
Other Subs:  Ronald Waterreus,  Ronald de Boer, Andy van der Meyde, Giovanni van Bronckhorst,  André Ooijer


Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(Fredi Bobic and Jaap Stam, November 20, 2002, Germany 1-Holland 3)


Photo From: Oranje Toen En Nu, Deel 3, 1927-1932, 2002-2003, Author: Matty Verkamman
(Holland squad, November 20, 2002, Germany 1-Holland 3)



International Head-to-Head match No. 36

June 15, 2004
Germany 1-Holland 1
UEFA European Championships, Group D
Venue: Porto, Estadio do Dragao, Portugal
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Torsten Frings 30
(Holland): Ruud van Nistelrooy 81
Lineups:
Germany:
1-Oliver Kahn (captain), 3-Arne Friedrich, 4-Christian Wörns, 5-Jens Nowotny, 21-Philipp Lahm, 19-Bernd Schneider (7-Bastian Schweinsteiger 68th ), 6-Frank Baumann,  8-Dietmar Hamann,  13-Michael Ballack, 22-Torsten Frings  (18-Fabian Ernst 79th ), 10-Kevin Kuranyi  (9-Fredi Bobic 85th ) 
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler
Booked: Kevin Kuranyi 12th , Michael Ballack 90th

Other Subs:  12- Jens Lehmann, 23- Timo Hildebrand, 2-Andreas Hinkel, 11-Miroslav Klose,  14-Thomas Brdaric, 15- Sebastian Kehl, 16- Jens Jeremies, 17- Christian Ziege, 20-Lukas Podolski

Holland:
1- Edwin van der Sar, 18- John Heitinga (17- Pierre van Hooijdonk 74th ), 4- Wilfred Bouma, 3- Jaap Stam,  5- Giovanni van Bronckhorst, 8- Edgar Davids (14- Wesley Sneijder 46th ), 6- Phillip Cocu (captain), 11- Rafael van der Vaart,
22- Boudewijn Zenden (16- Marc Overmars 46th ), 7- Andy van der Meyde,
10- Ruud van Nistelrooij 
Coach: Dick Advocaat
Booked: Phillip Cocu 30th , Jaap Stam 73rd
Other Subs:   12- Roy Makaay,  2-Michael Reiziger, 21-Paul Bosvelt, 13- Sander Westerveld, 23-Ronald Waterreus,  15- Frank de Boer, 9- Patrick Kluivert, 19-Arjen Robben  

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Germany squad, June 15, 2004, UEFA European Championships , Germany 1-Holland 1)



2004 (June 15) Germany 1-Holland 1 (European... by sp1873

International Head-to-Head match No. 37

August 17, 2005
Holland 2-Germany 2
Friendly
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion       
Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Arjen Robben 3,46
(Germany):  Michael Ballack 49, Gerald Asamoah 81
Holland:
1- Edwin van der Sar (captain),  2-Jan Kromkamp (14- Wilfred Bouma 46th ), 3- Khalid Boulahrouz, 4-Barry Opdam,   5 –Tim De Cler  (17- Rafael van der Vaart 46th ), 8- Denny Landzaat, 6 - Hedwiges Maduro (13- John Heitinga 52nd), 10- Phillip Cocu, 7- Dirk Kuijt (19- Robin Van Persie 46th ), 9-Ruud van Nistelrooij (18- Roy Makaay 46th ), 11- Arjen Robben
Coach: Marcel ‘Marco’ van Basten
Booked: Ruud Van Nistelrooy 14th, Barry Opdam 20th , John Heitinga 66th

Germany:
1-Oliver Kahn, 3-Arne Friedrich  (2-Andreas Hinkel 74th ), 29- Per Mertesacker  (5- Robert Huth 66th ), 4 - Christian Wörns,  19-Bernd Schneider, 8-Torsten Frings (6- Thomas Hitzlsperger 66th ), 16- Dietmar Hamann (18-Tim Borowski 74th ), 13-Michael Ballack  (captain), 15-Fabian Ernst (26- Sebastian Deisler 46th ), 22 - Kevin Kuranyi , 11-Miroslav Klose (14- Gerald Asamoah 46th )
Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann
Booked: Arne Friedrich 33rd , Robert Huth 68th


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Holland squad, August 17, 2005, Holland 2-Germany 2)





2010s

Their have been three matches in this decade, with the defending World Cup champions holding the advantage.
So far, after 40 matches, the Germans have won 15 and the Dutch have won 10, with 15 matches ending in ties.


International Head-to-Head match No. 38

November 15, 2011
Germany 3-Holland 0
Friendly
Venue: Hamburg - AWD Arena (Niedersachsen-stadion)
Attendance: 51,500
Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Thomas Mueller 15, Miroslav Klose 26, Mesut Ozil 66
(Holland): None
Lineups:
Germany:
1- Manuel Neuer,  20- Jerome Boateng (3- Benedikt Hoewedes 65th ), 17- Per Mertesacker, 14- Holger Badstuber (5- Mats Hummels 46th ), 4- Dennis Aogo, 6- Sami Khedira  (24- Lars Bender 88th ), 18- Toni Kroos (7- Simon Rolfes 82nd ), 13- Thomas Mueller,  8- Mesut Ozil, 10- Lukas Podolski (19- Mario Goetze 65th ), 11- Miroslav Klose (captain) (21- Marco Reus 82nd )
Coach:  Joachim Löw
Booked: Miroslav Klose 44th
Other subs: 23-Mario Gomez,  12-Tim Wiese, 15-Christian Träsch, 16-Jeronimo Baretto Cacau,  22-Ron-Robert Zieler

Holland:
1- Maarten Stekelenburg, 2-Gregory van der Wiel,  3- John Heitinga, 4- Joris Mathijsen, 5- Edson Braafheid, 6-Mark van Bommel (captain), 8- Kevin Strootman (14- Nigel de Jong 64th ), 7-Dirk Kuijt  (18-Georgino Wijnaldum 86th ), 10- Wesley Sneijder (17- Luuk de Jong 87th ), 11- Ryan Babel ,  9- Klaas Jan Huntelaar (20-Roy Beerens 76th )
Coach: Lambertus ‘Bert’ van Marwijk
Booked: Wesley Sneijder 20th
Other subs: 12-Khalid Boulahrouz, 16-Michel Vorm, 15-Stijn Schaars, 13-Ron Vlaar, 22-Tim Krul , 19-Vurnon Anita


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Holland squad, November 15, 2011, Germany 3-Holland 0)




International Head-to-Head match No. 39

June 13, 2012
Germany 2-Holland 1
UEFA European Championships, Group B
Venue: Kharkiv –Metalist Oblast Sports Complex (Metalist Stadium), Ukraine
Attendance: 37,750
Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Mario Gomez 24, 38     
(Holland): Robin van Persie 73
Lineups:
Germany:
1- Manuel Neuer,  20- Jerome Boateng,  14- Holger Badstuber,  5- Mats Hummels, 16-Philipp Lahm (captain), 7-Bastian  Schweinsteiger,  6- Sami Khedira, 13- Thomas Mueller (15- Lars Bender 90+2nd ), 8- Mesut Ozil (18- Toni Kroos 81st ), 10- Lukas Podolski,  23-Mario Gomez (11- Miroslav Klose 72nd )
Coach: Joachim Löw
Booked:  Jerome Boateng 87th
Other Subs: 12-Tim Wiese, 4- Benedikt Höwedes,  21- Marco Reus,  9- André Schürrle,  3-Marcel Schmelzer, 17- Per Mertesacker, 19- Mario Goetze, 2-İlkay Gündoğan, 22-Ron-Robert Zieler

Holland:
1- Maarten Stekelenburg, 2-Gregory van der Wiel,  3- John Heitinga,  4- Joris Mathijsen, 15-Jetro Willems,  6-Mark van Bommel  (captain) (23- Rafael van der Vaart  46th ), 8-Nigel de Jong, 11- Arjen Robben (7-Dirk Kuijt 83rd ), 10- Wesley Sneijder,  20-Ibrahim Afellay (9-Klaas Jan Huntelaar 46th ), 16- Robin van Persie  
Coach: Lambertus ‘Bert’ van Marwijk
Booked:  Nigel De Jong 80th ,  Jetro Willems 91st
Other Subs:  21-Khalid Boulahrouz,  13-Ron Vlaar, 14-Stijn Schaars, 18- Luuk de Jong,  17- Kevin Strootman,  22-Tim Krul, 19-Luciano Narsingh, 12-Michel Vorm, 5-Wilfred Bouma 

Photo From: World Soccer, July 2012
(Mark van Bommel and Lukas Podolski, June 13, 2012, UEFA European Championships, Germany 2-Holland 1)



2012 (June 13) Holland 1-Germany 2 (European... by sp1873

International Head-to-Head match No. 40

November 14, 2012
Holland 0-Germany 0
Friendly
Venue: Amsterdam - Amsterdam ArenA         
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): None
(Germany):  None
Holland:
1-Kenneth Vermeer, 2-Ricardo van Rhijn  (12-Darryl Janmaat 46th ), 3- John Heitinga  (13-Stefan de Vrij 46th ), 4-Ron Vlaar, 5- Bruno Martins Indi, 6-Nigel de Jong,  10- Rafael van der Vaart (20-Urby Emanuelson 72nd ), 7-Ruben Schaken,  8-Ibrahim Afellay (18- Marco van Ginkel 59th ), 11- Arjen Robben (17-Eljero Elia 46th ), 9-Dirk Kuijt
Coach: Louis van Gaal
Other subs: 22-Tim Krul, 18-Jordy Clasie,  23-Jeroen Zoet,  14- Joris Mathijsen, 15-Jetro Willems,  19-Klaas Jan Huntelaar,  21-Bas Dost

Germany:
1-Manuel Neuer,  4- Benedikt Höwedes,  5- Mats Hummels, 17- Per Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm (captain),  15- Lars Bender (20-Sven Bender  82nd ), 18-Lewis Holtby (2-Roman Neustadter 87th ), 23-İlkay Gündoğan, 13- Thomas Mueller  (9- André Schürrle 84th ), 21- Marco Reus   (14-Julian Draxler 90th ), 19- Mario Goetze (10- Lukas Podolski 72nd )
Coach: Joachim Löw
Other subs: 12-René Adler,  6- Heiko Westermann,  3-Sebastian Jung






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