MUNICH (Sporting Alert) — May, 12, 2015 — Barcelona were beaten 3-2 at Bayern Munich but booked a place in the final of the Champions League on aggregate after cruising to a 5-3 result over the two-way semi-finals battle.
DORTMUND (Sporting Alert) — Mario Gotze starts on the bench against his former club as German leaders Bayern Munich take on Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.
(Sporting Alert) — Former Barcelona and Netherland striker Patrick Kluivert believes Bayern Munich holds the upper hand in their Champions League second round tie with …
LONDON (Sporting Alert) — Bayern Munich and Shakhtar Donetsk both scored seven goals in their respective Champions League group wins on Tuesday night.
(SportingAlert.com) — Arjen Robben, Robin van Persie and Jeremain Lens lead the attack for the Netherlands in today’s Euro 2016 Qualifying Group A clash at Iceland.
The Netherlands have suffered a blow ahead of their World Cup third place playoff game with Brazil as Wesley Sneijder was forced out of the game.
As expected, head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari makes a host of changes to his Brazil side for today’s World Cup third-place playoff game with the Netherlands in Brasília.
World Cup quarter-finals action will continue on Saturday as Argentina take on Belgium and the Netherlands face Costa Rica in the second match. Live streaming and TV channels include ESPN3, WatchESPN, ABC and Watch ABC.
FORTALEZA (SportingAlert) — Robin van Persie returns to the starting lineup for the Netherlands in today’s World Cup round of 16 clash with Mexico in Fortaleza.
(SportingAlert.com) — World Cup round of 16 action continues on Sunday with two more games, as teams seek to secure places in the quarter-finals. The schedule sees Netherlands taking on Mexico in Fortaleza and Costa Rica facing Greece in Recife. Live streaming will be at 12pm and 4pm ET, respective, on ESPN, ESPN3.com and WatchESPN.
SAO PAULO, Brazil (SportingAlert) — Chile and Netherlands both named strong sides for today’s World Cup Group B top of the table clash in Sao Paulo. Live …
Australia and the Netherlands are in an exciting World Cup Group B contest which has already produced four goals early into the second half.