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Holland v Colombia: Watch a Live Stream of the international friendly – available in UK [19/11/2013]
Two of the most exciting sides in international football meet at the Amsterdam ArenA on Tuesday evening, looking to put a marker down for the World Cup next summer.
Holland v Colombia kicks off at 19:30 UK time and promises to be an intriguing encounter.
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Louis van Gaal was fuming after Holland let go of a two-goal lead against Japan on Saturday, eventually drawing 2-2.
Arjen Robben has also come out publicly and decried the second half performance and the Dutch will be keen to right some wrongs against Colombia.
But the South Americans will be no pushovers. Colombia produced one of the most impressive results last week, winning 2-0 against Belgium to lay their claim as the dark horse for World Cup 2014.
Radamel Falcao is clearly Colombia’s danger man and the Monaco striker has stoked up this friendly by admitting he doesn’t know who Ron Vlaar, his marker tonight, is.
Colombia will be keen to produce another impressive result. Whilst the Dutch will all be playing for their places at the World Cup and looking to bounce back from the Japan draw.
- Updated: November 19, 2013