Bertus de Harder International Appearances


The outstanding Dutch player scored 3 international goals in 12 matches for his National Team.

The gap between his 9th and 10th cap is the longest in the history of the Dutch national team.

His national team career is the second longest in the history of the Dutch national team.

All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.


Born: 14- 1-1920 in Den Haag
Died:  7-12-1982
Country: Netherlands
Caps:	12	(W5-D2-L5 - GF25-GA30 - %50.00)
Goals:	 3	(% 0.25 per match)
Age First Cap:	 18 yr 127 d	21- 5-1938 vs. Scotland 1-3
Age Last Cap:	 35 yr 125 d	19- 5-1955 vs. Switzerland 4-1
National Team Career: 16 yr 363 d

Cap  Goals	Date	Venue   	Opponent       Score	Competition
 1            21- 5-38  Amsterdam       Scotland        1-3
 2             5- 6-38  Le Havre        Czechoslovakia  0-3     World Cup
 3            23-10-38  København       Denmark         2-2
 4   1   1    26- 2-39  Rotterdam       Hungary         3-2
 5       1    19- 3-39  Antwerpen       Belgium         4-5
 6       1    23- 4-39  Amsterdam       Belgium         3-2
 7       1     7- 5-39  Bern            Switzerland     1-2
 8       1    17- 3-40  Antwerpen       Belgium         1-7
 9   2   3    21- 4-40  Amsterdam       Belgium         4-2
10       3    13- 3-55  Amsterdam       Denmark         1-1
11       3     3- 4-55  Amsterdam       Belgium         1-0
12       3    19- 5-55  Rotterdam       Switzerland     4-1                         

 
Total Record
 
    GP    GW   GD   GL   GF  GA     Pts  Percentage
    12     5    2    5   25- 30      12      50.00
 
3 Goals in 12 Matches (0.25 per match)
 

Types of Matches and Goals

                      Goals Matches
Friendlies        	 3   11  
  vs Belgium               2    5
World Cup            	 -    1

Total                	 3  12


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