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VIDEO: Van Persie goals for Holland vs Estonia

Robin van Persie scored an injury time penalty against Estonia to save Holland from defeat in their 2-2 draw.

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  1. Strik3rr says:


  2. HONESTY says:

    Fuck Holland, who cares about Intrnational football?!?!?!?!?!?

  3. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Love it when the forwards are notching goals week in and out. Bodes well for the season. Just hope no more injuries. The head knock that Rooney took is said to have looked bad at the time.

    Just come home healthy and full of confidence lads!

  4. Markowire says:

    Lets hope the players come back and knock them in for United. And prove all them knob head Doubters wrong. If Welz starts banging them in like he is for England then the future is bright.

  5. AlphaRS says:

    International reaks are boring ab

  6. AlphaRS says:

    International breaks are always boring as feck.

  7. CC says:


    Having some doubts doesnt make some fans “knob heads” – there is a lot needed to be proven to assuage perfectly understandable doubts when the recent transition is taken into consideration.
    So far it appears we rely entirely on RVP to score the important goals and if we are all honest it was his astonishing contribution last year which pretty much won the league single-handedly.
    The transfer window embarrassment added to the doubts and also the only game we have won so far was once again thanks to RVP scoring world class goal (Welbz goal was awesome but he really has a pitiful goal tally so far ) Goals are all we can judge him on – he`s a striker not a winger so lets not pretend otherwise.
    I have doubts, I hope they are proved unfounded with time but to say that makes me and those like me “knob heads” doesnt really contribute anything worthwhile to the forum.

    “If Welz starts banging them in like he is for England then the future is bright” dont hold your breath
    He has got clumsy feet in the six yard area so will never be “Great”

  8. Ray says:

    “If Welz starts banging them in like he is for England then the future is bright” dont hold your breath
    He has got clumsy feet in the six yard area so will never be “Great”


    Actually, that little comment proves that you ARE, in fact, a knobhead.

  9. Wee Toms Ligaments says:

    @CC – Welbeck has two goals in three games. Not a bad return actually. I agree that he has spurned a couple of chances that would have lead to points, however, your doubt in him is annoying. The lad has a complete game aside from finishing. Pretty sure that comes with time and composure.

    As @Ray said – your comment is one that lends you to be labeled a knobhead.

  10. Ash says:

    We will have many players of us representing their country in the WC. Another good reason to watch World Cup. Otherwise apart from England our players do not feature in WC.
    Great work Persie And Danny. Hard luck for Chicharito. How poor have mexico become. Their new coach must be shit.

  11. Ash says:

    Recalling one incident when he lost his temper after Barca lost to Mourinho’s Inter in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals and he had angrily shouted at his manager, Ibrahimovic said: “I completely lost it, and you might have expected Guardiola to say a few words in response, but he’s a spineless coward.”

    Ibrahimovic admits he was surprised by the way players were expected to behave at Barcelona and does not believe he fitted in under Guardiola.

    The Swede, who now plays for Paris St Germain, explained: “I’d already got the impression that Barcelona was a little like being back at Ajax, it was like being back at school.

    “None of the lads acted like superstars, which was strange. Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, the whole gang – they were like schoolboys. The best footballers in the world stood there with their heads bowed, and I didn’t understand any of it. It was ridiculous.

    “Everyone did as they were told. I didn’t fit in, not at all. I thought, just enjoy the opportunity, don’t confirm their prejudices. So I started to adapt and blend in. I became way too nice. It was mental.

    “I said what I thought people wanted me to say. It was completely messed up. I drove the club’s Audi and stood there and nodded my head. I hardly even yelled at my team-mates any more. I was boring. Zlatan was no longer Zlatan.”

    Funny as fuck. Ibra bashing Barca Boys.

  12. Capitano says:

    Am suffering from football withdrawal syndrome! “ohh! international sucks, better weekend without soccer cause you know players are not out there risking injuries!

  13. xyz says:

    Did anyone catch any of the Scotland Belgium game last night? I hear Fellaini was very good, though I guess it was only Scotland….

  14. gaz says:

    what the fuck is that retard face doing on this fucking site, everytime i log in that video with didi fucking spasm face video starts i want to pull him out through it and smash the cunt. with his citeh spouting shit fucking big nose blinky faced cunt

  15. CC says:

    @Wee Toms Ligaments
    Thinking that Danny Welbeck doesnt score enough goals doesnt make anyone a Knobhead.

    Pretending he has nothing to prove and is a complete player really is something a complete dick would come out with so as far as your comment goes – I just laugh at so-called fans like you and your pathetic adoration of “everything United” – you are like a wet-knickered Justin Bieber fan mate.

  16. Brendan says:

    Well said cc, wellbeck is so poor, he’s a striker who never scores, has no touch.hernandez is twice the player, last week at anfield he was woefull again.2 goals against Moldova hardly makes him good.


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