Dutch still 12-1 after Australian scare
Holland are unmoved at 12-1 to win the 2014 World Cup despite their second consecutive win in the tournament. The Dutch are though, now 7-4 to reach the semi-finals, while Robin van Persie is 5-1 to be the top tournament scorer after notching his third goal of the competition.
“They were up against it tonight but they got the job done, however, it was not impressive enough for us to cut them. Robin van Persie has only Thomas Muller ahead of him in the top goalscorer market and is surely going to be one of the key contenders,” said Coral’s John Hill.
**World Cup outright
7-2 Brazil, 4 Argentina, 9-2 Germany, 10 Spain, 12 Holland, 14 Italy, France, 22 Belgium, 25 England, Colombia, 33 Chile, 40 Portugal, 80 Ivory Coast, Switzerland, 100 Bosnia & Herzegovina, Uruguay, Russia, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Mexico, 150 USA 200 Japan, 250 Costa Rica, 300 Ecuador, 400 Nigeria, 500 Ghana, Greece, South Korea, 750 Algeria, 2000 Cameroon, 2500 Australia, Iran, 5000 Honduras.
3 Thomas Muller, 5 Robin van Persie, 6 Neymar, Lionel Messi, 7 Karim Benzema, 9 Arjen Robben, 20 Bar.
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