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World Cup Football Results – Netherlands Dominate Gibraltar 6-0

World Cup Football Results – Netherlands Dominate Gibraltar 6-0

The Netherlands have maintained their lead of two points over Norway in the World Cup qualifier group stage. After marginally defeating Latvia (football scores) but earlier beating Turkey 6-1 in World Cup football results, Netherlands dominate Gibraltar 6-0.

Memphis Depay scored twice as the Netherlands defeated Gibraltar 6-0.

With a 6-0 win over Gibraltar, the Netherlands have maintained their grip on Group G’s top in World Cup qualifiers.

World Cup Football Results – Netherlands Dominate Gibraltar 6-0

With Norway two points behind them, the Netherlands could not afford to make a mistake here, in this football match.

But that did not happen because Virgil Van Dijk scored just nine minutes. We saw him easily beating his marker and heading in Depay’s corner at the near post.

In this match, for Netherlands, Memphis Depay scored twice and would’ve scored thrice if a penalty shot had gone through.

Depay responded to Bradley Banda saving his penalty by finishing off a wonderful team play. And on a second penalty attempt, Depay did score as the Oranje went into half-time with a dominating advantage.

In the second half, Denzel Dumfries quickly added to the lead, before Arnaut Danjuma and Donny Malen finished the scoring.

This is how the Netherlands condemned Gibraltar to their eighth defeat in a row.

Netherlands 6 – 0 Gibraltar

Goals 1 – 0 van Dijk 9, 2 – 0 Depay 21, 3 – 0 Depay 45+3, 4 – 0 Dumfries 48, 5- 0 Danjuma 75, 6 – 0 Malen 86

Bookings: Torilla

Netherlands: Bijlow, Blind, van Dijk, de Vrij, Dumfries, Klassen, de Jong, Wijnaldum, Lang, Depay, Berghuis

Substitutions: Weghorst, Danjuma, Malen

Gibraltar: Banda, Olivero, Annesley, Wiseman, Chipolina, Walker, Bosio, Chipolina, Styche, Torilla, Valarino

Substitutions: Ronan, Brito, Casciaro, Mouelhi, Badr

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