Netherlands through to UEFA Nations League semis

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The Dutch had been 2-0 down for much of the game in Gelsenkirchen before first Quincy Promes in the 85th minute and Van Dijk's sublime volley saw the match end 2-2. "We worked so hard for every game and to get rewards for that is fantastic". "I know I am", he said after the Dutch join England, Switzerland and Portugal in the Nations League's last four.

"If we can win the Nations League, fantastic, but we all want to make sure we're at the European Championships and do very well there to make our country proud".

Although late in coming, goals were always on the cards for the Netherlands, the team having only failed to score in one of its last 15 matches - and the Dutch have only lost two of those.

"It was very hard for us, the Germans were sharper and faster in the first half", admitted Koeman.

"We fought to come back in the second half and pressed".

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"We now want to say goodbye [to 2018] with a good performance and show the fans that we are on the right track to recovery", Low told a news conference.

Joachim Low criticised his players for failing to kill off the Netherlands when they had the chance after the break.

Koeman made two changes from Friday's 2-0 win over France, which gave them the chance to qualify on Monday, with Kenny Tete taking over from Denzel Dumfries at right back and Promes on the right wing ahead of Steven Bergwijn.

The trio of Serge Gnabry, Sane and Werner, so effective in Thursday's 3-0 friendly win over Russian Federation, again caused the Dutch defence no end of problems in the opening 45 minutes.

Loew started several youngsters in their 3-0 friendly win over Russian Federation on Thursday, as he looks to gradually transform his team to depend less on the core of players who won the 2014 World Cup.

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