Late equaliser against Germany puts Oranje in Nations League semis

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Ronald Koeman's men had seemed certain to finish second behind France in Group 1 of League A when Timo Werner's first global goal since June and Leroy Sane's second in as many outings had Germany coasting.

Gelsenkirchen: Virgil van Dijk hailed the Netherlands' belief as his 91st-minute equaliser fired them into the semi-finals of the Nations League after their dramatic 2-2 draw with Germany.

His Dutch side produced a terrific 2-0 victory over World Cup winners France on Friday to keep their chances of qualification alive, and they can complete the job tonight.

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The Liverpool defender volleyed home an equaliser on the stroke of 90 minutes to ensure the Netherlands topped their group to join England, Portugal and Switzerland in the last four of the Nations League.

"We fought to come back in the second half and pressed".

"When we were 2-0 down they asked me if we should change things around and I said yes".

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"I received the letter from [assistant coach] Dwight Lodeweges", he said (via the Daily Mail).

Virgil Van Dijk, left, Frenkie De Jong celebrate after the Oranje win. We were 2-0 up.

The trio of Serge Gnabry, Sane and Werner, so effective in Thursday's 3-0 friendly win over Russian Federation, again caused the Dutch defence no end of problems in the opening 45 minutes. "It's a little bit disappointing", Sane said.

Fellow goal-scorer Werner, who ended his eight-game goal drought, agreed.

For Germany, who were already relegated from the group before last night's game, the late Dutch drama is yet another blow in what has been a year to forget.

Thanks to that goal, Van Dijk now has a real chance of being the first Dutch captain to lift a trophy since Ruud Gullit in 1988 - a surefire way to forever endear him to his country's supporters.

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