For a referee watcher this was a not very interesting match. The players behaved themselves, and nothing out of the ordinary happened. No claims for a penalty, no off-side goals, no dissent. Thus 4 9s.
There is not much to say about Rizzoli's non verbal communication, his diagonals, his "card policy", because there wasn't much of it. There was no need. This was a match where a once famous team got stuck in the mud and started digging deeper so no one could see them anymore. By "once" I mean "two years ago".
I don't know how it is in your country, but before it all started the Dutch knew they were going to win this tournament. Being the vice-champions of the world and having the top scorers of the Bundesliga and the Premier League in their side, what could go wrong?
So they lost to the Danes, still the Dutch knew they would beat the Germans and the Portuguese and win the Cup. Then they lost to the Germans, still the Dutch (well, most of them) knew they would beat the Portuguese with a two goal difference and go on to win the Cup....
The shop owners (Bjorn Kuipers!) can remove all the orange crap from the shops, no more balloons, bunting, fuzzy animals or lion-suits; the hours of orange ads planned for the rest of the week will not be suffered by viewers; the pundits - on for hours every night - can go on their extended holidays and the lynching of the coach will start shortly.