The Netherlands drooped to a sensational loss a score of 4-2 by Turkey in their opening FIFA qualifier match on the 25th of March, while defending champs France were held by Ukraine regardless of a splendid goal of Griezmann and Belgium beat Wales. Turkish footballer Burak Yilmaz beat two times before the first half and again late in the subsequent half to get the success in the Group G opener similarly as the Netherlands was compromising a rebound.
The loss is a horrible beginning to the mission for the Netherlands, which failed to qualify for either the 2016 UEFA European Football Championship or the 2018 FIFA World Cup yet are one of the top choices in front of the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 finals this year. It was Turkey’s 2nd success over the Netherlands, after a score of 3-0 triumph in 2015 which assisted them with qualifying for the UEFA Euro in front of the Netherland.
Burak Yilmaz scores the 1st goal in the 15th min with from outside of the penalty area that diverted off Dutch footballer Matthijs’s hand to beat the goalkeeper. He multiplied the lead from the penalty area in the 34th min after Dutch footballer Malen fouled the midfielder Yokuslu.
Dutch football manager Franciscus de Boer stated to the media that “Very baffling outcome. We need to improve”. The Netherlands hoped to have cut the lead in the 45th min, however, the FIFA referee decided that Matthijs’s header had not completely gone too far before Okay headed it clear. There was no footage ref available to inspect.
In Istanbul, Turkey-drove a score of 3-0 soon after half-time through 2 goals of Yilmaz and a Hakan’s strike, however, substitutes Klaassen controlled a cross from Depay and turned in a similar way prior to terminating goalkeeper Cakir to make it a score of 3-1 in the 75th min. Luuk de made it 3-2 one min later, creating another cross from the extra line and gave the Netherlands hope to win.
Burak’s amazing free-kick fixed him a hat-trick and Turkey a significant success, however, in a FIFA qualifier match between the two top picks to qualify from Group G.