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Wesley Sneijder's last match, Holand beat Peru

Wesley Sneijder's last match, Holand beat Peru

Wesley Sneijder's last match, Holand beat Peru


THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Midfielder Wesley Sneijder is resigning from universal football following 15 years and a record 133 appearances for the Netherlands, the Dutch football affiliation declared Sunday, making room for new mentor Ronald Koeman to modify the feeble national group. 
Sneijder settled on his choice after Koeman visited the 33-year-old in Qatar, where he plays for Al Gharafa. 
In an article on the Dutch affiliation's supporters site, Sneijder said he knew his decision to play in Qatar could influence his global vocation. 
"Most importantly, I comprehend that Koeman needs to make a new beginning with more youthful players," he said. 
Sneijder has for some time been a key to Dutch victories. He was a standout amongst other players and joint best scorer with five objectives at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, where the Netherlands lost to Spain in the last. 
An innovative midfielder with an eye for sharp passes, Sneijder's renowned vocation say him play at top clubs including Ajax, Real Madrid and Inter Milan. 
Sneijder's retirement comes a long time after winger Arjen Robben likewise hung up his boots. Together with striker Robin van Persie, they made up a compelling trio around which progressive Dutch mentors could fabricate effective groups. Van Persie has not resigned, but rather has infrequently played for the Netherlands as of late and is currently generally utilized as a substitute at Feyenoord. 
The blurring impact of the three stars as they became more established agreed with a fabulous fall in fortunes of the Dutch national group. After its last spot at the 2010 World Cup, the Netherlands achieved the elimination rounds four years after the fact in Brazil yet from that point forward has neglected to meet all requirements for the 2016 European Championship in France and the current year's World Cup in Russia.

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