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Starting lineup - published: 13.02.19

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GK Jasper CILLESSEN Groesbeek

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GK Jeroen ZOET Veendam

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GK Thibaut COURTOIS Bree

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DC Matthijs DE LIGT Leiderdorp

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DC Stefan DE VRIJ Ouderkerk aan den IJssel

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DC Vincent KOMPANY Uccle

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DC Virgil VAN DIJK Breda

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DRC Toby ALDERWEIRELD Antwerp

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DLC Jan VERTONGHEN Saaint Niklaas

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DLC/DMC Daley BLIND Amsterdam

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DR Daryl JANMAAT Leidschendam

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DR Denzel DUMFRIES Rotterdam

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DL Patrick VAN AANHOLT 's-Hertogenbosch

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DMC Youri TIELEMANS Sint-Pieters-Leeuw

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DMC/DC Frenkie DE JONG Arkel

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MC Axel WITSEL Liège

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MC Georginio WIJNALDUM Rotterdam

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MC Mousa DEMBELE Antwerp

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MC Radja NAINGGOLAN Antwerp

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AMC Hakim ZIYECH Dronten

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AMC Wesley SNEIJDER Utrecht

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AMRLC Eden HAZARD Le Louviere

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AMRLC Kevin DE BRUYNE Drongen

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AMRL Arjen ROBBEN Bedun

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AMRL Memphis DEPAY Moordrecht

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AMRL Quincy PROMES Amsterdam

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AMRL Yannick CARRASCO Bruxelles

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FRLC Divock ORIGI Ostend

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FRLC Dries MERTENS Leuven

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FC Michy BATSHUAYI Bruxelles

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FC Robin VAN PERSIE Rotterdam

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FC Romelu LUKAKU Antwerp

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(Today: Belgium and Netherlands)

During the restoration in post-Napoleonic Europe, a constitutional kingdom of Netherlands was formed, with the Orange-Nassau dynasty at its head. It consisted of the former territory of the United Provinces, the Austrian Netherlands and the Prince-Bishopric of Liege. The king was also the Grand Duke of Luxemburg, which was also inside the territory of the newly created German Confederation. Even though this Netherlands was created as a measure of security in case of a repeated French attack, it was one of the rare countries in the West where the order established at the Congress of Vienna was not conserved. The differences between the north and the south, a consequence of two hundred years of separation, soon came to a head. These differences showed in the mentality, Catholic and Calvinist religion, and a longer tradition of living in an independent environment in the north.  The king also viewed the southern parts as territorial gains, not partners. He ran afoul of the high and middle classes who spoke French in Flemish areas when he made Dutch the official language there, and also ran afoul of the Catholic church when he reduced its influence in the system of education.  

The revolutionary events in Paris in 1830 encouraged the southern parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to rebel. At first, they rebelled against Protestant political domination and wanted simpler administrative autonomy, but they later started to seek national independence. They succeeded by 1839, thanks to the support of Great Britain and the authorities in France, and the newly created country was named Belgium.

 

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