Arjen Robben has spoken of his frustration at Netherlands 2-0 defeat in Iceland on Monday which leaves the Dutch trailing behind in their European Championship qualifying group.

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robbeniA brace from Gylfi Sigurdsson handed Netherlands their second defeat of the qualifying campaign, and Guus Hiddink’s side now sit six points behind Iceland and Czech Republic at the top of the group.

Speaking to UEFA.com Arjen Robben admitted his frustration at the defeat and stated his teammates now have to have a hard look at themselves.

Robben said, “Very disappointing. It was a difficult loss because now we have to chase two teams”.

“We needed to win this game and it is frustrating the way we gave it away.

“Of course it was difficult for us, but we need to be very critical of ourselves because we gave away the two goals as presents.

“After that it became even harder because they defended and looked to counterattack.”




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