Kane and Neville kick the Netherlands’ chances at the European Championship

The Netherlands and Ukraine played the most exciting match of the European Championship on Sunday evening. The first half ended goalless, 3-2 against Orange.

After the first half, the Netherlands took a 2-0 lead, but Ukraine were level on more than 10 minutes. In the 85th minute, Frank de Boer’s team won the Super Denzil Dumfries title.

Kane and Neville talk about European Championship expectations in the Netherlands

“They were so much fun,” Roy Keane told ITV, quickly dismissing the Netherlands’ chances of winning the tournament for the second time.

“We had a good interest in seeing him here. It was great to see him in terms of entertainment, but the Netherlands are lagging behind, Ukraine is lagging behind and we forget about it in the final stages of the tournament – the real big teams will find them.

“They found a way to win, but what’s disappointing and annoying to me is that we talk about the status of the team, but it’s about international footballers who have not mastered the basics of football.

Gary Neville had a similar perspective.

“They can gain a little bit of confidence, but it seems like a lot more work needs to be done to get that framework to play against big teams,” Neville said.

“It’s not enough for individual players. You could say some teams don’t have the system, but then individual players start doing something. They don’t really have the best players.”

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“I’m with Roy and I don’t think they exist. [going] No place in this match.

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