<p><strong>Maarten Stekelenburg </strong></p><p>Let Krohn-Dehli's shot through his legs but other than that pretty solid. Not the main reason the Dutch lost. 6/10</p>

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Man-for-man marking from the Euro 2012 match at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv

ROYSTON DRENTHE: Everton’s Dutch midfielder has hit top form since the return of Steven Pienaar

Royston Drenthe wants return to Feyenoord

Holland international Royston Drenthe wants to return to Feyenoord and end his troubled five-year spell with Real Madrid.

England captain Scott Parker eases past Robin van Persie

James Lawton: England have resolution, Dutch have the class

England had a new manager in his interview blazer – and a new captain guaranteed to please a majority of fans happy to trade the remnants of the golden generation that never happened for the odd salt-of-the-earth professional.

Johan Cruyff in his prime for the Netherlands

James Lawton: Beware the heirs of Cruyff and Bergkamp

The Dutch can wake up in the morning disliking the hotel decor and go on strike

Marseille's Andre Ayew, right, celebrates his goal with Morgan Amalfitano

Ayew hits injury time winner against Inter

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Wesley Sneijder has for some time been linked with a move to England

Inter Milan deny holding talks with Manchester City over Wesley Sneijder

Inter Milan have confirmed they have held talks with Manchester City but not regarding the possible sale of Wesley Sneijder.

Sir Alex Ferguson comes to terms with elimination from the Champions League

James Lawton: Keane has identified United's central flaw

There was both a ghost and an entirely qualified – indeed, perhaps ultimately qualified – critic called Roy Keane on the touchline of Manchester United's extremely dark night in Switzerland.

Sir Alex Ferguson comes to terms with elimination from the Champions League

James Lawton: Keane has identified United's central flaw – and Fergie knows it

Ferguson's pressing need was the money for Sneijder - the rest is exterior decoration

Gaitan still on the radar as Ferguson looks to fill midfield hole

Sir Alex Ferguson said yesterday he would not employ a "scattergun" approach to buying new midfield players, despite his problems being compounded by an injury which will keep Anderson out until next February.

Manchester United move was 'close' reveals Wesley Sneijder

Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder revealed today he came "close" to joining Manchester United this summer.

Manchester United 'target' Wesley Sneijder predicts Inter Milan stay

Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder expects to remain at the Serie A club this season following the departure of Samuel Eto'o to Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala.

'Untouchable' Wesley Sneijder going nowhere say Inter Milan

Wesley Sneijder will remain at Inter Milan this summer according to president Massimo Moratti, who has described the Dutch playmaker as "untouchable".

Sneijder's wage demands scupper United transfer

Manchester United do not expect Wesley Sneijder to sign for the club ahead of the new Premier League campaign. There has been no movement on the prospective purchase of the 27-year-old for months and, with only 19 days remaining until the transfer window closes, the Premier League champions consider the prospect of a move for him to be closed. Though the club do not publicly discuss their transfer business, they are willing to let it be known that chief executive David Gill's position on the issue – disclosed most recently on pre-season tour of the United States – has not changed. United's stance on the non-existence of a deal is an emphatic one.

Sneijder drops hint to Ferguson to make official move for him

Wesley Sneijder has lost his chance to play at Wembley tonight, but he has announced himself as eager to play permanently in England with a possible move to Manchester United.

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