Published: Wed, September 06, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Propper leads Netherlands to 3-1 win over Bulgaria

Propper leads Netherlands to 3-1 win over Bulgaria

Davy Propper scored twice as the Netherlands kept their hopes of qualifying for next summer's World Cup finals alive with a win over Bulgaria.

Oranje's World Cup woes began when they lost 2-0 in Sofia in March, a result that cost coach Danny Blind his job.

They are three points behind France, who host Luxembourg later, and Sweden, 4-0 winners away in Belarus.

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Arjen Robben doubled the lead in the 67th minute with his 34th worldwide goal.

Propper struck again with his team's third goal in the 80th minute to seal the win and secure the three points for The Netherlands.

In Group I, Domagoj Vida headed a 74th-minute victor for Croatia against Kosovo in a game that was abandoned on Saturday because of a water-logged pitch and continued on Sunday from the 22nd minute. The win took Croatia back above Ukraine to the top of the table.

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Emil Forsberg opened the scoring in the 18th minute, rounding Sergey Chernik before slotting home, before Christoffer Nyman netted six minutes later after taking advantage of a Belarus mistake at the back.

Domagoj Vida scored Croatia's victor as they beat Kosovo 1-0 in Group I, with the game resuming on Sunday following its suspension on Saturday due to heavy rain.

Nevertheless, the best they can hope for is surely second place and a play-off, with the French on course to top the group after destroying the Dutch 4-0 in Paris last Thursday.

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After this victory, Holland is in the third position in Group A with 13 points, one point ahead of fourth-placed Bulgaria.

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