Northern Ireland coach O’neill was able to identify a missed penalty with the protests of the Orange
The 17th of november 2019 11:30 am
17-11-19 11:30 am
Recent updated: 12 hours ago
Update: 12 hours ago
Thanks to a missed penalty kick from Steven Davis and ended in the North of Ireland, the Netherlands on Saturday in a 0-0. Northern Ireland’s coach Michael O’neill thinks that the idea of the Orange, they have contributed to the lack of a shoot-out.
Captain Davis, in case you have a half hour to create, from eleven yards, but shot over with the goal of Jasper Cillessen. Partly for this reason, ending the match in Belfast in a 0-0, which for the Dutch team was good enough to qualify for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Referee Szymon Marciniak awarded a penalty to the North of Ireland, and, after the hands of Joel Veltman to lack of players. Prior to that Davis was actually able to shoot it, he would have to wait for a long time, while in particular Sub-captain Virgil van Dijk in a meeting with the Polish and artwork.