alert | This is how things are going with the Ajax players who represent their country

alert |  This is how things are going with the Ajax players who represent their country

7:30 PM | Tuesday’s full program
Tomorrow there are ten matches on the table, with possible input from Ajax players. For example, the Dutch national team is playing a training match against Germany, Andre Onana and Mohamed Kudus are competing for a World Cup ticket and Sebastian Haller is visiting England for a friendly match.

^ Christian Helsson
Cyprus-Iceland U-21 (March 29, 3:00pm, European Championship Qualifier)

Ryan Gravenburch Kenneth Taylor Brian Brobie Calvin Ratsi
Dutch Juniors – Young Switzerland (March 29, 6:45 pm, qualifying for the European Championship)

🇷🇸 Dusan Tadic
Denmark – Serbia (March 29, 6:00 pm, friendly)

Christian Rasmussen
Spain – Denmark U19s (March 29, 6:00 pm, qualifying for the European Championships)

🇬🇭 Mohamed Kods
Nigeria-Ghana (March 29, 7:00pm, World Cup Qualifiers)

🇩🇰 Mohamed Drama

Denmark U21-Belgium (March 29, 8:00pm, qualifying for the European Championship)

Charlie Sitford
England U-20 – Germany (March 29, 8:30pm, friendly)

^ Stephen Burgess, Daly Blind, Davey Klassen

Netherlands-Germany (March 29, 8:45 pm, friendly)

Sebastian Haller
England – Ivory Coast (March 29, 8:45pm, friendly matches)

Andre Onana
Algeria-Cameroon (March 29, 9:30pm, World Cup Qualifiers)

4:15 pm | Netherlands – Germany preview
The Dutch national team will meet Germany tomorrow at the Johan Cruyff Arena. Of all the (formerly) Ajacs, Edwin van der Sar and Ronald Koeman have played the most international matches (six matches each) against the Germans. Most of the goals against the neighboring country came from Patrick Kluivert, Marco van Basten and again Ronald Koeman. They all made two.

From the current selection of the Dutch national team, Daley Blind has played four times against Germany before. Of those, he won two, lost one and finished one hesitant match. Stephen Burgess was the pick twice during a match against the Germans, but remained on the bench. For Davy Claassen, this will be the first time against Germany.

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12:55 PM | Dali and Christian
After the international friendly match between the Netherlands and Denmark, there was a beautiful meeting between friends and former colleagues Daly Blind and Christian Eriksen.

09:10 | rewind
Week two of this international match got off to a great start with Edson Alvarez winning with a header for Mexico. Also in the first week a lot of beautiful and sometimes wonderful things happened. Take, for example, the dream comeback of Christian Eriksen in the training match (Saturday) against the Dutch national team at his familiar Johan Cruyff Arena. The Orange’s 4-2 win was one of the highlights of the first week. National team coach Louis van Gaal gave Daley Blind and Stephen Berguis (pictured) a full 90 minutes.

Would you like to read all about our international players in your spare time? Watch the first week of the international match here.

08:15 am | Alvarez leads Mexico to an important victory
Edson Alvarez led Mexico to a World Cup qualifier win against Honduras last night: 0-1. The Ajax player scored midway through the second half and made sure that the Mexicans would not miss their coveted World Cup ticket. The midfielder played the entire match at the Stadio Olimpico Metropolitano.

Alvarez and his co-stars need an extra point to secure their participation in the final tournament in Qatar. Mexico plays a home game against El Salvador on Wednesday evening to Thursday evening (Netherlands time). Alvarez scored his third goal for his country last night. He played his 55th international match.

Monday 08:00 | remaining program

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Orange (Steven Burgess, Daly Blind, Davy Classen)
Netherlands – Denmark (Saturday, March 26, 8:45 pm, friendly) 4-2
Netherlands-Germany (Tuesday, March 29, 8:45 pm, friendly)

Mexico (Edson Alvarez)
Mexico-USA (March 25, 3:00 a.m., World Cup qualifiers) 0-0
Honduras-Mexico (March 28, 1:05 a.m., World Cup qualifiers) 0-1
Mexico-El Salvador (March 31, 3:05 a.m., World Cup qualifiers)

Brazil (Anthony)
Brazil-Chile (March 25, 12:30 a.m., World Cup qualifiers) 4-0
Bolivia-Brazil (March 30, 1:30 a.m., World Cup qualifiers)

Argentina (Nico Tagliafico)
Argentina-Venezuela (March 26, 12:30 a.m., World Cup qualifiers) 3-0
Ecuador-Argentina (March 30, 1:30 a.m., World Cup qualifiers)

Ivory Coast (Sebastien Haller)
France – Ivory Coast (March 25, 9:15 pm, friendly) 2-1
England – Ivory Coast (March 29, 8:45pm, friendly matches)

Ghana (Mohamed Kodos)
Ghana-Nigeria (March 25, 8:30pm, World Cup Qualifiers) 0-0
Nigeria-Ghana (March 29, 7:00pm, World Cup Qualifiers)

Cameroon (Andre Onana)
Cameroon-Algeria (March 25, 6:00 pm, World Cup qualifiers) 0-1
Algeria-Cameroon (March 29, 9:30pm, World Cup Qualifiers)

Serbia (Dusan Tadic)
Hungary – Serbia (March 24, 7:30 pm, friendly) 0-1
Denmark – Serbia (March 29, 6:00 pm, friendly)

Young Orange (Ryan Gravenburch, Kenneth Taylor, Brian Bruby, Calvin Ratsee)
Bulgaria Young – Dutch Juniors (March 25, 6:45 pm, European Championship qualifiers) 0-0
Dutch Juniors – Young Switzerland (March 29, 6:45 pm, qualifying for the European Championship)

Denmark U21 (Mohamed Darami)
Denmark U21-Belgium (March 29, 8:00pm, qualifying for the European Championship)

Iceland U21 (Christian Hellenson)
Portugal-Iceland U21 (March 25, 9:15pm, qualifying for the European Championship) 1-1
Cyprus-Iceland U-21 (March 29, 3:00pm, European Championship Qualifier)

Netherlands U19 (Kean Fitz Gym, Nasi Onuvar, Yuri Pass, Yuri Rieger)
Netherlands U19-Australia U19/U20 (March 25, 1:00pm, friendly) 2-2

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England U-20 (Charlie Sitford)
Poland – England U-20 (March 25, 8:00pm, friendly) 2-0
England U-20 – Germany (March 29, 8:30pm, friendly)
England U-20 – Norway (March 31, friendlies)

Denmark U19 (Christian Rasmussen)
Denmark U19s-Austria (March 26, 6:00pm, European Championship Qualifiers) 2-0
Spain – Denmark U19s (March 29, 6:00 pm, qualifying for the European Championships)

Suriname (Joy Rogevin)
Thailand – Suriname (March 27, 2:00 p.m., friendly) 1-0

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