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Howard Webb 'gutted' to miss Nigel de Jong red card in 2010 World Cup final

Nigel De Jong kicking Xabi Alonso
Xabi Alonso is caught in the chest by the boot of Nigel de Jong.

Howard Webb has described how he was "gutted beyond belief" to miss the flying kick by Netherlands midfielder Nigel de Jong when he refereed the 2010 World Cup final.

De Jong had crashed a high boot into the chest of Spain's Xabi Alonso midway through the first half, but Webb chose to only produce a yellow card for the then-Manchester City player when he should have shown a red.

"Xabi Alonso headed the ball forward to David Villa but, as he did so, Nigel de Jong crashed into him," Webb wrote in...

Georginio Wijnaldum an injury concern for Liverpool after Netherlands defeat

Paul Pogba ran the show for France, with several creative chances, and a wallop of a goal sealing a win over Holland.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has backed Liverpool and Tottenham for a Premier League title challenge.

Georginio Wijnaldum is an injury concern for Liverpool after limping off the pitch during Netherlands' World Cup qualifier against France on Monday.

Netherlands midfielder Wijnaldum was substituted after 62 minutes at the Amsterdam Arena, appearing to hold his hamstring, and was replaced by Bas Dost as his side lost 1-0.

The injury is a concern for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp as he prepares his side for Monday night's meeting with Manchester United at Anfield.

Wijnaldum, 25, joined Liverpool...

Paul Pogba sets a new standard with scintillating display versus Netherlands

The FC crew discuss the fall of the Netherlands and the rise of France following France's 1-0 victory in Group A over the Dutch.

It was, as Paul Pogba's international captain Hugo Lloris all too happily put it, "the perfect response."

After dominating discussion in the buildup to France's match away to the Netherlands -- mostly because a poor performance against Bulgaria had led manager Didier Deschamps to state "he can and must to better" -- the Manchester United man then went and dominated this match in Amsterdam.

It was not just about Pogba's 30th-minute long-range strike that eluded the fingertips of Dutch goalkeeper...