Saturday, December 9, 2017

Individual International Appearances, Part Seven- Marcel ‘Marco’ van Basten (Part 2)


Official International Appearance No. 21 / 9 Goals
Date: June 15, 1988
Competition: UEFA European Championships- Group B
Venue: Dusseldorf - Rhein Stadion, West Germany
Holland 3-England 1 (Marco van Basten 44, 72, 76 / Bryan Robson 54)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his seventh, eighth and ninth International goals.
2-First ever hat trick at International level.
3-First ever start and goals in the Finals of the Euro and the Finals of any major Tournament.
4-Marco van Basten was substituted in the 87th minute by Wilbert Johan Suvrijn.


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 100, July 1988
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 100, July 1988
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 101, August 1988
(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Standing fourth from right, June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2229, December 27, 1988
(Goal diagram, June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)




1988 (June 15) Holland 3-England 1 (European... by sp1873

Official International Appearance No. 22 / 9 Goals
Date: June 18, 1988
Competition: UEFA European Championships- Group B
Venue: Gelsenkirchen - Park Stadion, West Germany
Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 0 (Wim Kieft 82)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 101,  August 1988
(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 0)


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988
(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 0)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Standing third from right, June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 0)


Official International Appearance No. 23 / 10 Goals
Date: June 21, 1988
Competition: UEFA European Championships- Semifinals
Venue: Hamburg  - Volksparkstadion, West Germany
West Germany 1-Holland 2 (Lothar Matthaus 5 pen / Ronald Koeman 74 pen, Marco van Basten 89)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his tenth International goal.
2-First ever match vs. West Germany.


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


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 100, July 1988
(June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 151, July 1988
(June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 151, July 1988
(June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988
(June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Standing third from left, June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2229, December 27, 1988
(Goal diagram, June 21, 1988, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Holland 2)



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

Official International Appearance No. 24 / 11 Goals
Date: June 25, 1988
Competition: UEFA European Championships- Final
Venue: Munich (München)  - Olympiastadion, West Germany
Holland 2-USSR 0 (Ruud Gullit 33, Marco van Basten 54)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his eleventh International goal.
2-Second match vs. USSR, just 13 daays after the previous (June 12th) in the Group phase.
3-Last match under Marinus Jacobus Hendricus ‘Rinus’ Michels (version 2).
4- Marco van Basten became the Euros top goalscorer with 5 goals.
5-First ever International title with his Nation as Holland triumphed in the 1988 UEFA European Championships.

Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 101, August 1988
(June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 151, July 1988
(June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(standing first from left, June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988 (5)
(standing first from left, June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988 (1)
(first row in the middle, June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2229, December 27, 1988
(Goal diagram, June 25, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 2-USSR 0)



Official International Appearance No. 25 / 11 Goals
Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Amsterdam -Olimpisch-Stadion
Holland 1-Wales 0 (Ruud Gullit 83)
Notes:
1- First match under new Manager Thijs Libregts.
2-Second World Cup qualifying campaign.

Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authirs:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Standing third from right, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)



Official International Appearance No. 26 / 11 Goals
Date: October 19, 1988
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Munich (München)- Olympiastadion
West Germany 0-Holland 0 (Ruud Gullit 83)
Notes:
1- Second match vs. West Germany within the same year. Second match at Munich after the Final of the 1988 Euros.

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


Official International Appearance No. 27 / 11 Goals
Date: November 16, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Roma – Lo Stadio Olimpico
Italy 1-Holland 0 (Gianluca Vialli 44)
Notes:
1-First ever match vs. Italy, where he played his club Football for AC Milan.

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(standing third from right, November 16, 1988, Italy 1-Holland 0)



Official International Appearance No. 28 / 12 Goals
Date: March 22, 1989
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Eindhoven - Philips Stadion
Holland 2-USSR 0 (Marco van Basten 4, Ronald Koeman 85 pen)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his 12th International goal.
2-First ever match as the 1988 Ballon d’Or winner.
3-Third match vs. USSR (and the last as officially known as the USSR).

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(standing first from left, March 22, 1989, Holland 2-USSR 0)



Official International Appearance No. 29 / 13 Goals
Date: April 26, 1989
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion
Holland 1-West Germany 1 (Marco van Basten 8 / Karl-Heinz Riedle 69)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his 13th International goal.
2-Third match vs. West Germany (after twice in 1988).

Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authirs:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)


Photo From: World Soccer, April 1990
(April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)



Photo From: World Soccer, June 1990
(April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(standing third from left, April 26, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-West Germany 1)



Official International Appearance No. 30 / 13 Goals
Date: May 31, 1989
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Helsinki – Olympiastadion
Finland 0-Holland 1 (Wim Kieft 87)

Photo From: World Soccer, February 1990
(May 31, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Finland 0-Holland 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(standing third from left, May 31, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Finland 0-Holland 1)



Official International Appearance No. 31 / 13 Goals
Date: October 11, 1989
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Wrexham - Racecourse Ground
Wales 1-Holland 2 (Mark Bowen 89 / Graeme Rutjes 12, Johnny Bosman 70)
Notes:
1-Marco van Basten came on as a substitute, replacing Robert ‘Rob’ Witschge in the 70th minute.

Official International Appearance No. 32 / 13 Goals
Date: November 15, 1989
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion       
Holland 3-Finland 0 (Johnny Bosman 59, Erwin Koeman 65, Ronald Koeman 69 pen)
Notes:
1-Marco van Basten’s first ever World Cup Finals qualification.
2-Second Finals qualification after the 1988 Euros.


Photo From: Voetbal International, Issue 51-52, December 23, 1989
(November 15, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 3-Finland 0)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing second from left, November 15, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 3-Finland 0)


Official International Appearance No. 33 / 13 Goals
Date: February 21, 1990
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion       
Holland 0-Italy 0
Notes:
1-Marco van Basten was substituted in the 68th minute by Wim Kieft.
2-Holland being managed by caretaker Nol de Ruiter, standing in for Thijs Libregts (undergoing hernia operation).
Officially this would be his last match under Libregts who was fired on March 26th, even though he not manage in this match.
Otherwise his last match under Libregts would the November 15th, 1989
qualifier vs. Finland.
For more detail, see:
3-First match as the 1989 Ballon d’Or winner.
4-Second match vs. Italy.

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing third from right, February 21, 1990, Holland 0-Italy 0)

 
Official International Appearance No. 34 / 14 Goals
Date: May 30, 1990
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Vienna (Wien)-Praterstadion         
Austria 3-Holland 2 (Robert Pecl 3, Manfred Zsak 46, Anton Pfeffer 49 / Ronald Koeman 60, Marco van Basten 84)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his 14th International goal.
2-First under new Manager Leo Beenhakker (version 2)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing third from left, May 30, 1990, Austria 3-Holland 2)



Official International Appearance No. 35 / 15 Goals
Date: June 3, 1990
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir     
Yugoslavia 0-Holland 2 (Frank Rijkaard 53, Marco van Basten 83)
Notes:
1- Marco van Basten scored his 15th International goal.
2-First ever and last match vs. Yugoslavia.

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing fifth from right, June 3, 1990, Yugoslavia 0-Holland 2)



Official International Appearance No. 36 / 15 Goals
Date: June 12, 1990
Competition: FIFA World Cup-Group F
Venue: Palermo – Stadio Della Favorita, Italy  
Holland 1-Egypt 1 (Wim Kieft 58 / Abed El Ghani 83 pen)
Notes:
1-First ever World Cup Finals.
2-First ever match vs. an African Nation and astonishingly the first ever vs. a non-European Nation in nearly 7 years of International career.

Photo From: World Soccer, November 1991
(June 12, 1990, FIFA World Cup, Holland 1-Egypt 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing third from right,  June 12, 1990, FIFA World Cup, Holland 1-Egypt 1)



Official International Appearance No. 37 / 15 Goals
Date: June 16, 1990
Competition: FIFA World Cup-Group F
Venue: Cagliari – Stadio Sant'Elia, Italy  
England 0-Holland 0
Notes:
1-The second and last match vs. England (after the 1988 Euros).

Photo From: Goal, June 1998
(June 16, 1990, FIFA World Cup, England 0-Holland 0)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing first from left, June 16, 1990, FIFA World Cup, England 0-Holland 0)


Official International Appearance No. 38 / 15 Goals
Date: June 21, 1990
Competition: FIFA World Cup-Group F
Venue: Palermo – Stadio Della Favorita, Italy  
Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 1 (Ruud Gullit 10 / Niall Quinn 71)
Notes:
1-The third and last match vs. England (1983 and 1988 Euros).


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(June 21, 1990, FIFA World Cup, Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 1)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing third from left, June 21, 1990, FIFA World Cup, Holland 1-Republic of Ireland 1)



Official International Appearance No. 39 / 15 Goals
Date: June 24, 1990
Competition: FIFA World Cup-Second Round
Venue: Milan - Giuseppe Meazza-Stadio San Siro, Italy    
West Germany 2-Holland 1 (Jurgen Klinsmann 51, Andreas Brehme 86 / Ronald Koeman 89 pen)
Notes:
1-Last match under Leo Beenhakker (version 2).
2-Marco van Basten was booked in the 72nd minute.
3-van Basten was fouled by Jurgen Kohler in the box to gain Holland’s penalty kick in the 89th minute.
4-Last ever match in a World Cup Finals. He failed to score a single goal.
5-Fourth match vs. West Germany (1988 (twice), 1989).


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Standing third from right, June 24, 1990, FIFA World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)



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