Oranje won a historic World Cup qualifier last night.
coach Frank de Boer accused his opponent of playing anti-football after his side's 7-0 win over Gibraltar.
Last night, the Dutch national team defeated their opponent by 7 goals in the continuation of the World Cup qualifiers. De Boer's side managed to score 6 goals in the second half and Gibraltar did not had a single shot towards their goal.
After the victory, De Boer praised his side and also criticized Gibraltar, accusing them of anti-football.
"I am very satisfied with the seven goals, but it is really almost anti-football,"
he told NOS.
"All the players going down after a single touch, while every time the whole bench went crazy, complaining to the referee.
"The goalkeeper was taking a minute for a goal-kick… I got tired of it. I'm glad the game is behind us."
De Boer added on Daley Blind's injury:
"I don't know how serious it is, but it wasn't his knee. He fell on his ankle."