Hans van Breukelen - International Appearances


The outstanding Dutch 'keeper obtained 73 international caps with his National Team. He held the Dutch caps record for goalkeepers from June 16, 1990 (when he equalled the total of Gejus van der Meulen) until September 6, 2003 (when his total was surpassed by Edwin van der Sar). All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.
Born:  4-10-1956 in Utrecht
Country: Netherlands
Caps: 73  (W35-D19-L19 - GF108-GA56 - %60.96)
Goals conceded: 56 (0.77 per match) 
Age First Cap:	 24 yr   7 d	11-10-1980 vs. West Germany 1-1
Age Last Cap:	 35 yr 262 d	22- 6-1992 vs. Denmark 2-2
National Team Career: 11 yr 255 d


Cap    Date      Venue           Opponent       Score    Competition
  1   11-10-80   Eindhoven       West Germany    1-1
  2    1- 9-81   Zürich          Switzerland     1-2
  3   14-10-81   Rotterdam       Belgium         3-0     World Cup Qualifier
  4   18-11-81   Paris           France          0-2     World Cup Qualifier
  5   23- 3-82   Glasgow         Scotland        1-2
  6   14- 4-82   Eindhoven       Greece          1-0
  7   25- 5-82   London          England         0-2
  8    1- 9-82   Reykjavík       Iceland         1-1     European Champ. Qual.
  9   22- 9-82   Rotterdam       Ireland         2-1     European Champ. Qual.
 10   27- 4-83   Utrecht         Sweden          0-3
 11   21- 9-83   Brussel         Belgium         1-1
 12   17-10-84   Rotterdam       Hungary         1-2     World Cup Qualifier
 13   14-11-84   Wien            Austria         0-1     World Cup Qualifier
 14   23-12-84   Lefkosia        Cyprus          1-0     World Cup Qualifier
 15   27- 2-85   Amsterdam       Cyprus          7-1     World Cup Qualifier
 16    1- 5-85   Rotterdam       Austria         1-1     World Cup Qualifier
 17   14- 5-85   Budapest        Hungary         1-0     World Cup Qualifier
 18    4- 9-85   Heerenveen      Bulgaria        1-0
 19   16-10-85   Bruxelles       Belgium         0-1     World Cup Qualifier
 20   20-11-85   Rotterdam       Belgium         2-1     World Cup Qualifier
 21   29- 4-86   Eindhoven       Scotland        0-0
 22   14- 5-86   Dortmund        West Germany    1-3
 23   10- 9-86   Praha           Czechoslovakia  0-1
 24   15-10-86   Budapest        Hungary         1-0     European Champ. Qual.
 25   19-11-86   Amsterdam       Poland          0-0     European Champ. Qual.
 26   21-12-86   Lemesos         Cyprus          2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 27   21- 1-87   Barcelona       Spain           1-1
 28   25- 3-87   Rotterdam       Greece          1-1     European Champ. Qual.
 29    9- 9-87   Rotterdam       Belgium         0-0
 30   14-10-87   Zabrze          Poland          2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 31   28-10-87   Rotterdam       Cyprus          8-0 [1]
 32    9-12-87   Amsterdam       Cyprus          4-0     European Champ. Qual.
 33   16-12-87   Rhodos          Greece          3-0     European Champ. Qual.
 34   23- 3-88   London          England         2-2
 35    1- 6-88   Amsterdam       Romania         2-0
 36   12- 6-88   Köln            Soviet Union    0-1     European Championship
 37   15- 6-88   Düsseldorf      England         3-1     European Championship
 38   18- 6-88   Gelsenkirchen   Ireland         1-0     European Championship
 39   21- 6-88   Hamburg         West Germany    2-1     European Championship
 40   25- 6-88   München         Soviet Union    2-0     European Championship
 41   14- 9-88   Amsterdam       Wales           1-0     World Cup Qualifier
 42   19-10-88   München         West Germany    0-0     World Cup Qualifier
 43   16-11-88   Roma            Italy           0-1
 44    4- 1-89   Tel-Aviv        Israel          2-0
 45   31- 5-89   Helsinki        Finland         1-0     World Cup Qualifier
 46   11-10-89   Wrexham         Wales           2-1     World Cup Qualifier
 47   15-11-89   Rotterdam       Finland         3-0     World Cup Qualifier
 48   20-12-89   Rotterdam       Brazil          0-1
 49   21- 2-90   Rotterdam       Italy           0-0
 50   28- 3-90   Kiev            Soviet Union    1-2
 51   30- 5-90   Wien            Austria         2-3
 52    3- 6-90   Zagreb          Yugoslavia      2-0
 53   12- 6-90   Palermo         Egypt           1-1     World Cup
 54   16- 6-90   Cagliari        England         0-0     World Cup
 55   21- 6-90   Palermo         Ireland         1-1     World Cup
 56   24- 6-90   Milano          West Germany    1-2     World Cup
 57   26- 9-90   Palermo         Italy           0-1
 58   17-10-90   Porto           Portugal        0-1     European Champ. Qual.
 59   21-11-90   Rotterdam       Greece          2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 60   19-12-90   Rabat Ta'Qali   Malta           8-0     European Champ. Qual.
 61   13- 3-91   Rotterdam       Malta           1-0     European Champ. Qual.
 62   17- 4-91   Rotterdam       Finland         2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 63   11- 9-91   Eindhoven       Poland          1-1
 64   16-10-91   Rotterdam       Portugal        1-0     European Champ. Qual.
 65    4-12-91   Thessaloniki    Greece          2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 66   12- 2-92   Faro            Portugal        0-2
 67   27- 5-92   Sittard         Austria         3-2
 68   30- 5-92   Utrecht         Wales           4-0
 69    5- 6-92   Lens            France          1-1
 70   12- 6-92   Göteborg        Scotland        1-0     European Championship
 71   15- 6-92   Göteborg        CIS             0-0     European Championship
 72   18- 6-92   Göteborg        Germany         3-1     European Championship
 73   22- 6-92   Göteborg        Denmark         2-2 [2] European Championship

[1] match was a European Champ. Qual. but annulled as such by UEFA
    because of serious crowd trouble and replayed on 9-12-1987; the Dutch FA
    recognises caps and goals for the match on 28-10-1987.
[2] lost 4-5 on penalties
 

Total Record

Matches  Won Draw Lost  For Against  Points  Percentage
    73    35   19   19   108- 56        89     60.96

Types of Matches
Friendlies             29
World Cup Qualifiers   15 1982:2 1986:8 1990:5
World Cup               4 1990:4
European Champ. Qual.  16 1984:2 1988:7 1992:7
European Championship   9 1988:5 1992:4
                       
Total                  73



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