Thursday, December 10, 2015

International Head-to-Head –Part one, Holland and Germany-part 3 (1970s and 80s)

1970s

By this decade, the Dutch had caught up, with Ajax and Cruyff dominating Europe with ‘Total Football.’ Remarkabley despite both nations’ dominance, the 1974 World Cup Final was the first time the nations met in the decade.
What more can be said about a match for which books have been written about.
There are some points to be discussed. When Holland were awarded and scored from the penalty kick, not a single West German player had touched the ball.
It was also known that Wim van Hanegem hated the Germans. His father, two brothers and sister were all killed during the War. Johan Cruyf was booked at halftime for arguing with the referee.
It is also worth noting that this was the ONLY international match that Franz Beckenbauer and Johann Cruyff faced one another in Internatioanl level.
The following year the teams played in a friendly, but faced one another again in the 1978 World Cup.
Johan Cruyf had refused to attend the World Cup for unspecified reasons.
The teams met again in the end of the year 1978. This was the first match on Dutch soil since 1966.

International Head-to-Head match No. 20

July 7, 1974
West Germany 2-Holland 1
World Cup-Final
Venue: München (Munich) – Olympiastadion
Attendance: 75,200
Referee: John Keith Taylor (England)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Paul Breitner 25 pen, Gerd Mueller 43
(Holland): Johann Neeskens 2 pen
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier, 2-Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts, 3-Paul Breitner, 4-Georg Schwarzenbeck, 5-Franz Beckenbauer (captain), 9-Jurgen Grabowski, 12 -Wolfgang Overath, 13-Gerhard ‘Gerd’ Müller, 14-Ulrich ‘Uli” Hoeness, 16 -Rainer Bonhof, 17-Bernd Hölzenbein
Coach: Helmut Schön
Booked: Berti Vogts 3rd 

Holland:
8-Jan Jongbloed, 2- Arie Haan, 20-Wim Suurbier, 6-Wim Jansen, 12 - Ruud Krol, 17 -Wim Rijsbergen (7-Theo De Jong 68th), 3-Wim van Hanegem, 13- Johan Neeskens,  14-Johan’ Cruijff (captain), 15-Rob Resenbrink (10-René van de Kerkhof 46th), 16-Johnny Rep
Coach: Rinus Michels
Booked: Wim Van Hanegem 22nd , Johann Neeskens 39th , Johann Cruijff (during half-time)
Other Subs:1- Ruud Geels, 5- Rinus Israël, 18- Pieter Schrijvers


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(West Germany squad, July 7, 1974, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)



Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin
(Holland squad, July 7, 1974, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)



Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authors:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(Berti Vogts, Uli Hoeness fouling Johann Cruyff in front of Jack Taylor, July 7, 1974, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)





International Head-to-Head match No. 21

May 17, 1975
West Germany 1-Holland 1
Friendly
Venue: Frankfurt-Waldstadion
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Walter Hungerbühler (Switzerland)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Herbert Wimmer 7
(Holland): Wim van Hanegem 56
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier , 2-Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts, 3-Rainer Bonhof, 4-Uwe Kliemann, 5-Franz Beckenbauer (captain), 6-Karl-Heinz Körbel, 7-Manfred Ritschel, 8-Herbert Wimmer (14-Bernhard Cullmann 70th ), 9-Wolfgang Seel, 10-Erich Beer, 11-Bernd Hölzenbein
Coach: Helmut Schön
Other Subs: 12-Wolfgang Kleff, 13- Georg Schwarzenbeck, 15-Dietmar Danner, 16-Dieter Herzog

Holland:
1-Piet Schrijvers, 2-Wim Suurbier, 4-Adri van Kraay, 3-Wim Rijsbergen, 5-Ruud Krol (captain) , 10-Wim van Hanegem,  7-Frans Thijssen (14-Niels Overweg 46th ), 6-Jan Peters,  8-René van de Kerkhof, 9-Willy van der Kuijlen, 11-Johan Zuidema (15-Kees Kist 46th )
Coach: George Knobel
Booked: van Hanegem ,Suurbier
Other Subs: Jan Jongbloed, 12-Peter Arntz, 13-Jan Everse jr 


Photo from: de Internationals, de Historie van Oranje, Authors Matty Verkamman, Henri van der Steen, John Volkers
(Niels Overweg, May 17, 1975, West Germany 1-Holland 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, May 17, 1975, West Germany 1-Holland 1)






International Head-to-Head match No. 22

June 18, 1978
West Germany 2-Holland 2
World Cup-Final Round-Group A
Venue: Córdoba -Estadio Olímpico de Córdoba (Chateau Carreras), Argentina
Attendance: 56,000
Referee: Ramón Ivanoes Ruiz Barreto (Uruguay)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Rudiger Abramczik 3, Dieter Mueller 70
(Holland): Arie Haan 27, Rene Van de Kerkhof 84
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier, 2-Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts (captain), 3-Bernhard Dietz, 4-Rolf Rüssmann, 5-Manfred Kaltz, 6-Rainer Bonhof, 7-Rudiger Abramczik, 11-Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, 14-Dieter Müller,  15-Erich Beer, 17-Bernd Hölzenbein
Coach: Helmut Schön
Booked: Maier

Holland:
1-Piet Schrijvers2-Jan Poortvilet,  5- Ruud Krol (captain),  6-Wim Jansen, 22-Ernie Brandts  7-Piet Wildschut (18- Dick Nanninga 79th ), 9-Arie Haan, 10-René van de Kerkhof, 11-Willy van de Kerkhof,  12-Rob Resenbrink,  16-Johnny Rep
Coach: Ernst  Happel (Austria)
Booked: Willy Van de Kerkhof 6'
Sent off: Nanninga 88
Other Subs: 14- Johan Boskamp,  8- Jan Jongbloed, 4- Adri van Kraay, 3- Dick Schoenaker


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(West Germany squad, June 18, 1978, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 2)



Photo From:  Onze, Issue 31, July 1978
(Piet Wildschut and Rudiger Abramczik, June 18, 1978, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 2)

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, June 18, 1978, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 2)








International Head-to-Head match No. 23

December 20, 1978
West Germany 3-Holland 1
Friendly
Venue: Düsseldorf  -Rhein-stadion
Attendance: 68,000
Referee: Karoly Palotai (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 32, Klaus Fischer 57, Rainer Bonhof 85   
(Holland): Tschen La Ling 62
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Dieter Burdenski, 2-Manfred Kaltz, 5-Bernhard Dietz, 4-Rainer Bonhof, 3-Gerd Zewe, 6-Ulrich Stielike, 8-Rudiger Abramczik (17-Ronald Borchers 79th ), 7-Bernhard Cullmann (13-Herbert Zimmermann 57th), 9-Klaus Fischer, 10-Klaus Allofs, 11-Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
Coach: Josef ‘Jupp’ Derwall

Holland:
1-Piet Schrijvers,  2-Jan Poortvilet,  5-Ruud Krol (captain)  (14-John Metgod 62nd), 3-Ernie Brandts,  4-Hugo Hovenkamp, 6-Wim Jansen, 9-Johan Neeskens, 8-Willy van de Kerkhof,  10-Tschen La Ling,  7-Johnny Rep,  11-Adri Koster  (15-Pierre Vermeulen 55th )
Coach: Jan Zwartkruis
Note: Wim Jansen assumed captaincy 62nd   
Other Subs: Pim Doesburg, Wim RijsbergenPiet Wildschut


 
Photo From: Mondial, old series, issue 27, February 1979
(Johann Neeskens and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, December 20, 1978, West Germany 3-Holland 1)

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, December 20, 1978, West Germany 3-Holland 1)








1980s

By the early 1980s, the Ducth were a fading force and the Germans were generally better. The German win (with a Klaus Allofs hat trick) in the 1980 Euros reflected that. Lothar Matthaus made his debut for West Germany in that match.
By the time of their next match in 1986, Franz Beckenbauer was in cahreg of West Germany.
The Dutch gained revenge for the 1974 loss, by defeating the Germans in the semifinals of the 1988 Euros in West Germany. Marco van Basten’s last minute winner heralded the greatest moment of Gullit/van Basten generation. In fact the Dutch celebrated that victory even more than the Final win vs. USSR a few days later.
The sides met again before the end of the decade as they were in the same World Cup qualifying Group.
The first match in October 1988 was a tense affair. After the scoreless tie, the West German players refused to swap shirts in protest to the European Championship semifinal in June, where Ronald Koeman was seen cleaning his backside with Olaf Thon’s swapped jersey.
The 1989 match, the Dutch were fortunate to get an equalizer towards the end of the match.



International Head-to-Head match No. 24

June 14, 1980
West Germany 3-Holland 2
UEFA European Championship –Group 1
Venue: Napoli –Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Robert Wurtz (France)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Klaus Allofs 20, 60, 66
(Holland): Johnny Rep 80 pen, Willy van de Kerkhof 86
Lineups:
West Germany:
1- Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher, 20- Manfred Kaltz, 15- Ulrich Stielike, 5- Bernard Dietz (captain)  (18- Lothar Herbert Matthäus 75th ), 4- Karlheinz Förster, 6- Bernd Schuster, 10- Hans Peter ‘Hansi’ Muller (14- Felix Wolfgang Magath 65th ), 2- Hans-Peter Briegel, 9- Horst Hrubesch, 11- Klaus Allofs, 8- Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
Coach: Josef ‘Jupp’ Derwall
Booked: Bernd Schuster

Holland:
1- Piet Schrijvers4- Hugo Hovenkamp  (13- Dick Nanninga 46th ), 2- Ben Wijnstekers, 5- Ruud Krol (captain),  3- Michel van de Korput, 15- Huub Stevens,  10- Arie Haan, 8- Willy van de Kerkhof ,  9- Kees Kist  (18- Frans Thijssen 69th ), 7- René van de Kerkhof , 12- Johnny Rep
Coach: Jan Zwartkruis
Booked: Huub Stevens
Other Subs: 21- Ernie Brandts, 16- Pim Doesburg, 6-Jan Poortvliet




Photo From: Onze, Issue 56, August 1980
(Michel van de Korput and Horst Hrubesch, June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championship, West Germany 3-Holland 2)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championship, West Germany 3-Holland 2)



International Head-to-Head match No. 25

October 11, 1980
Holland 1-West Germany 1
Friendly
Venue: Eindhoven- Philips Stadion
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Vojtech Christov (Czechoslovakia)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Ernie Brandts 40
(West Germany):  Horst Hrubesch 35
Holland:
1-Hans van Breukelen, 2-Ben Wijnstekers (15-Keje Molenaar 84th ), 7-Willy van de Kerkhof, 3-Ronald Spelbos, 4-Ernie Brandts,  6-Martin Jol,  10-Jos Jonker (12-John Metgod 46th ), 5-Piet Wildschut, 8-Jan Peters (captain),  9-Toine van Mierlo, 11-Pierre Vermeulen  (14-Pier Tol 68th )
Coach: Jan Zwartkruis
Other Subs: Joop Hiele, Martien Vreijsen

West Germany:
1-Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher (12-Eike Immel 46th ), 2-Manfred Kaltz, 3-Kurt Niedermayer, 4-Karlheinz Förster,  5-Bernard Dietz (captain), 6-Hans-Peter Briegel, 7-Felix Wolfgang Magath, 10-Hans Peter ‘Hansi’ Muller, 8-Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, 9-Horst Hrubesch,11-Klaus Allofs
Coach: Josef ‘Jupp’ Derwall


Photo From: Onze, Issue 59, November 1980
(October 11, 1980, Holland 1-West Germany 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, October 11, 1980, Holland 1-West Germany 1)








International Head-to-Head match No. 26

May 14, 1986
West Germany 3-Holland 1
Friendly
Venue: Dortmund - Westfalen Stadium
Attendance: 36,000
Referee: Franz Woehrer (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Rudi Voeller 39, 42, Mathias Herget 90
(Holland): John van't Schip 80
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Ulrich Stein,  5-Matthias Herget, 2-Thomas Berthold,  4-Norbert Eder (15-Wolfgang Funkel 46th ), 3-Hans-Peter Briegel (captain), 8-Lothar Herbert Matthäus  (17-Karl Allgöwer 81st ), 6-Wolfgang Rolff, 7-Pierre Littbarski  (18-Heinz Gründel 46th ), 10-Andreas Brehme,  9- Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (19-Frank Mill 75th ), 11-Klaus Allofs
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 

Holland:
1- Hans van Breukelen,  4-Ronald Koeman, 5- Adri van Tiggelen,  3-Sonny Silooy,  8-Peter Boeve,  6-Jan Wouters, 2-Danny Blind (14-Wilbert Suvrijn 66th ), 7-Gerald Vanenburg, 11- Rob de Wit (12- John Bosman 66th ), 10-Rudi Ruud Gullit (captain), 9- John van't Schip  
Coach: Rinus Michels
Booked: Wilbert Suvrijn 75
Other Subs: Joop Hiele, Ronald Spelbos 


Photo from: de Internationals, de Historie van Oranje, Authors Matty Verkamman, Henri van der Steen, John Volkers
(Pete Boeve and Lothar Matthaus, May 14, 1986, West Germany 3-Holland 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland and West Germany squads, May 14, 1986, West Germany 3-Holland 1)





International Head-to-Head match No. 27

June 21, 1988
West Germany 1-Holland 2
UEFA European Championship –Semifinals
Venue: Hamburg -Volksparkstadion
Attendance: 61,000
Referee: Ion Igna (Romania)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Lothar Matthaus 55 pen
(Holland): Ronald Koeman 74 pen, Marco van Basten 89
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Eike Immel, 5-Matthias Herget (15-Hans Pflügler 46th ), 4-Jürgen Kohler, 6-Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka, 3-Andreas Brehme, 8- Lothar Herbert Matthäus (captain), 20-Wolfgang Rolff, 10-Olaf Thon, 18-Jürgen Klinsmann, 9-Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,  11-Frank Mill  (7-Pierre Littbarski 84th )
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 
Other Subs: 12-Bodo Illgner, 13-Wolfram Wuttke,  14-Thomas Berthold

Holland:
1- Hans van Breukelen,  6- Berry van Aerle, 17- Frank Rijkaard,  4- Ronald Koeman, 2- Adri van Tiggelen,  20- Jan Wouters, 7- Gerald Mervin Vanenburg , 8- Arnold Mühren (14- Wim Kieft 59th ), 13- Erwin Koeman (18- Wilbert Suvrijn 90th ), 10- Ruud Gullit (captain), 12- Marco van Basten
Coach: Rinus Michels
Booked: Hans van Breukelen 60th , Jan Wouters 74th
Other Subs: 16- Joop Hiele, 11- John van't Schip,  9-John Bosman

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(The two teams, June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championship, West Germany 1-Holland 2)


Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin Edition, 100 Jahre Deutsche Landerspiele
(Jurgen Kohler and Marco van Basten, June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championship, West Germany 1-Holland 2)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(West Germany squad, June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championship, West Germany 1-Holland 2)






1988 (June 21) West Germany 1-Holland 2... by sp1873


International Head-to-Head match No. 28

October 19, 1988
West Germany 0-Holland 0
World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: München (Munich) - Olympiastadion
Attendance: 73,000
Referee: Pietro D'Elia (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): None
(Holland): None
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Bodo Illgner, 5-Holger Fach, 2-Thomas Berthold, 4-Jürgen Kohler,6-Guido Buchwald, 3-Andreas Brehme,  10-Lothar Herbert Matthäus (captain), 8-Olaf Thon, 7-Thomas Häßler, 11-Jürgen Klinsmann (16-Frank Mill 65th ), 9-Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 
Booked: Olaf Thon  50th , Lothar Matthäus 71st
Other Subs:  12-Andreas Kopke, 13-Matthias Herget, 14-Wolfgang Rolff, 15-Pierre Littbarski

Holland:
1-Hans van Breukelen,  4-Ronald Koeman (captain), 2-Adri van Tiggelen, 5-Frank Rijkaard, 3-Sonny Silooy,  6-Jan Wouters, 8-Berry van Aerle  (12-Aron Winter 19th ), 11-Erwin Koeman,  7-Gerald Vanenburg, 10-John Bosman, 9-Marco van Basten
Coach: Thijs Libregts
Booked: Adri van Tiggelen 11th  , Sonny Silooy 38th ,Frank Rijkaard 61st
Other Subs:  16-Joop Hiele, 14-Wim Kieft, 13-Fred Rutten, 15-Robert Witschge



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(West Germany squad, October 19, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, West Germany 0-Holland 0)


Photo From: Fussball Magazin, Issue 11, November 1988
(Thomas Berthold, Sonny Silooy, Frank Rijkaard and Rudi Voller, October 19, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, West Germany 0-Holland 0)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, October 19, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, West Germany 0-Holland 0)







International Head-to-Head match No. 29

April 26, 1989
Holland 1-West Germany 1
World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion
Attendance: 54,000
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Marco van Basten 88
(West Germany):  Karlheinz Riedle 69
Holland:
1- Joop Hiele, 2- Berry van Aerle, 3- Adri van Tiggelen,  4-Ronald Koeman (captain), 5- Frank Rijkaard,  6- Wim Hofkens (12-Graeme Rutjes 85th ), 7-Gerald Vanenburg, 8-Erwin Koeman,  9- Marco van Basten, 10-Aron Winter, 11-Pieter Huistra (14-René Eijkelkamp 75th )
Coach: Thijs Libregts
Booked: Joop Hiele 49th
Other Subs:  Bryan Roy, Theo Snelders, John van Loen

West Germany:
1-Bodo Illgner, 2-Thomas Berthold, 3-Andreas Brehme,  4-Jürgen Kohler (13-Wolfgang Rolff 75th ), 5-Stefan Reuter, 6-Guido Buchwald, 7-Karlheinz Riedle, 8-Andreas Möller, 9-Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler  (16-Jürgen Klinsmann 34th ),
10- Lothar Herbert Matthäus (captain),  11-Thomas Häßler
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 
Booked: Lothar Matthäus 51st



 
Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)
 
Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authors:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(Marco van Basten, April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)






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