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Date
2006-06-11
Match
Serbia and Montenegro-Netherlands
 
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Result
0 - 1
Referee decisions
Yellow
4 - 2
Red
0 - 0
Penalty
0 - 0
Referee assessment
 
this match
overall
Reporters:
5.5
7.3
Members:
6
7.9
 
Matches Bio Did you know? Palmares
5.0
Control:
5.0
Calls:
8.0
Neutrality:
4.0
Style:
5.5
General assessment
 
Markus Merk matches
'07-12-12 PSV - Internazionale (0 - 1)'07-11-06 Liverpool - Besiktas (8 - 0)'07-10-17 Norway - Turkey (1 - 2)'07-10-03 Celtic - AC Milan (2 - 1)'07-09-12 Portugal - Serbia (1 - 1)'07-09-07 Austria - Japan (0 - 0)'07-08-22 Romania - Turkey (2 - 0)'07-06-01 Brazil - England (1 - 1)'07-06-01 England - Brazil (1 - 1)'07-04-25 Chelsea F.C. - Liverpool (1 - 0)'07-03-24 Netherlands - Romania (0 - 0)'06-12-06 Porto - Arsenal (0 - 0)'06-11-15 Brazil - Switzerland (2 - 1)'06-11-15 Brazil - Sweden (2 - 1)'06-11-15 Switzerland - Brazil (1 - 2)'06-10-31 Liverpool - Bordeaux (3 - 0)'06-10-07 England - Macedonia (0 - 0)'06-06-22 Ghana - USA (2 - 1)'06-06-18 Brazil - Australia (2 - 0)• '06-06-11 Serbia and Montenegro - Netherlands (0 - 1)'06-04-26 Barcelona - AC Milan (0 - 0)'06-03-07 Barcelona - Chelsea F.C. (1 - 1)'05-12-06 Artmedia Petrzalka - Porto (0 - 0)'05-11-16 Slovakia - Spain (1 - 1)'05-11-02 Lille OSC - Manchester United (1 - 0)'05-10-12 Ireland - Switzerland (0 - 0)'05-09-28 Real Madrid - Olympiakos (2 - 1)'05-09-07 Russia - Portugal (0 - 0)'05-08-24 Ajax - Brøndby (3 - 1)'05-06-04 Turkey - Greece (0 - 0)'05-04-12 Internazionale - AC Milan (0 - 3)'05-03-30 Israel - France (1 - 1)'05-03-09 Juventus - Real Madrid (2 - 0)'04-12-07 PSG - CSKA Moskva (1 - 3)'04-11-03 Olympiakos - Monaco (1 - 0)'04-09-14 Celtic - Barcelona (1 - 3)'04-09-08 Netherlands - Czech Republic (2 - 0)'04-08-25 Manchester United - Dinamo Bucuresti (3 - 0)'04-07-04 Portugal - Greece (0 - 1)'04-06-22 Denmark - Sweden (2 - 2)'04-06-13 France - England (2 - 1)'04-04-21 Porto - Deportivo La Coruna (0 - 0)'04-04-06 Arsenal - Chelsea F.C. (1 - 2)'04-03-10 AC Milan - Sparta Prague (4 - 1)'03-11-26 Lazio - Besiktas (1 - 1)'03-11-15 Croatia - Slovenia (1 - 1)'03-10-22 Ajax - Celta de Vigo (1 - 0)'03-09-06 Italy - Wales (4 - 0)'03-08-13 Galatasaray - CSKA Sofia (3 - 0)'03-06-26 Cameroon - Colombia (1 - 0)'03-06-23 Brazil - Turkey (2 - 2)'03-05-28 Juventus - AC Milan (0 - 0)'03-04-09 Internazionale - Valencia (1 - 0)'03-03-20 Liverpool - Celtic (0 - 2)'03-02-25 Juventus - Manchester United (0 - 3)'02-12-10 Ajax - AS Roma (2 - 1)'02-10-23 Dynamo Kyiv - Feyenoord (2 - 0)'02-09-17 AS Roma - Real Madrid (0 - 3)'02-09-07 Greece - Spain (0 - 2)'02-08-27 Fenerbahce SK - Feyenoord (0 - 2)'02-06-15 Denmark - England (0 - 3)'02-06-09 Japan - Russia (1 - 0)'02-04-10 Manchester United - Deportivo La Coruna (3 - 2)'02-03-14 Internazionale - Valencia (1 - 1)'02-02-19 Real Madrid - Porto (1 - 0)'01-12-05 Barcelona - Galatasaray (2 - 2)'01-11-14 Uruguay - Argentina (1 - 1)'01-10-31 Olympiakos - Deportivo La Coruna (1 - 1)'01-06-02 Denmark - Czech Republic (2 - 1)'01-03-15 Celta de Vigo - Barcelona (3 - 2)'01-02-15 AS Roma - Liverpool (0 - 2)'00-12-06 Panathinaikos - Valencia (0 - 0)'00-10-17 Glasgow Rangers - Galatasaray (0 - 0)'00-10-11 Iceland - Northern Ireland (1 - 0)'00-09-26 PSV - Manchester United (3 - 1)'00-09-13 Barcelona - Leeds United (4 - 0)'00-06-29 Italy - Netherlands (0 - 0)'00-06-18 Slovenia - Spain (1 - 2)'00-06-10 Belgium - Sweden (2 - 1)'00-04-05 Chelsea F.C. - Barcelona (3 - 1)'00-03-16 Leeds United - Slavia (3 - 0)'00-03-01 Fiorentina - Valencia (1 - 0)'00-02-23 England - Argentina (0 - 0)1999-12-09 Benfica - Celta de Vigo (1 - 1)1999-10-26 Real Madrid - Olympiakos (3 - 0)1999-10-09 Netherlands - Brazil (2 - 2)1999-09-29 Barcelona - Arsenal (1 - 1)1999-09-04 Norway - Greece (1 - 0)1999-04-20 Bologna AGC - Marseille (1 - 1)1999-03-31 Poland - Sweden (0 - 1)1999-03-17 Olympiakos - Juventus (1 - 1)1998-11-25 Internazionale - Real Madrid (3 - 1)1998-11-25 Arsenal - Lens (0 - 1)1998-11-04 Croatia Zagreb - Porto (3 - 1)1998-09-16 Juventus - Galatasaray (2 - 2)1998-09-05 Ukraine - Russia (3 - 2)1998-03-31 Internazionale - Spartak Moskva (2 - 1)1998-03-25 Austria - Hungary (2 - 3)1998-03-19 Lokomotiv Moskva - AEK (2 - 1)1997-12-09 Atlético de Madrid - Croatia Zagreb (1 - 0)1997-10-22 Dynamo Kyiv - Barcelona (3 - 0)1997-09-30 Lazio - Vitoria Guimarães (2 - 1)1997-09-10 Sweden - Latvia (1 - 0)1997-05-14 Barcelona - PSG (1 - 0)1997-04-30 Norway - Finland (1 - 1)1997-03-05 Ajax - Atlético de Madrid (1 - 1)1996-12-03 Boavista FC - Internazionale (0 - 2)1996-10-29 Anderlecht - Vitoria Guimarães (0 - 0)1996-10-13 Spain - Slovakia (4 - 1)1996-09-11 Juventus - Manchester United (1 - 0)1996-08-07 Glasgow Rangers - Alania Vladikavkaz (3 - 1)1996-05-18 England - Hungary (3 - 0)1996-04-04 Deportivo La Coruna - PSG (0 - 1)1995-11-15 Russia - Finland (3 - 1)1995-10-17 Lyon - Lazio (2 - 1)1995-09-12 Sevilla FC - Botev (2 - 0)1995-08-22 Osijek - Slovan Bratislava (0 - 2)1995-06-19 Switzerland - Italy (0 - 1)1995-06-11 Ireland - Austria (1 - 3)1995-03-16 Real Zaragoza - Feyenoord (2 - 0)
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Mediocre

FIFA WC 2006 group stage:
Serbia and Montenegro - Netherlands, 0 - 1. Zentralstadion, Leipzig, Germany, 2006-06-11

This was a mediocre match as far as Merk's performance was concerned. He looked tense and rather pedantic, His mimics would have done well for a kindergarten teacher but were out of place here among these 22 hard-working real men. On top of that he seemed overly strict and he made some questionable decisions, most notably booking Giovanni van Bronckhorst for the tiniest bit of pushing.

Arjen Robben
Both teams worked hard and played well. The Dutch walked away with three points in the end but this might as well have been the other way around. The man who made the difference was Arjen Robben. He was all over the place and looked inspired. He also was the only Dutchman in this match with a good finishing shot. The Serbs got a lot more dangerous when Koroman replaced Djordevic. Before his appearance the Serbs hadn't really tested the Dutch defense. This substitution happened just before half time and left us wondering why this man had been left on the bench in the first place.

From our reporter: Matthew Crowbar