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Arjen Robben is a Dutch professional footballer who plays for German club Bayern Munich and is the captain of the Netherlands national team. Robben has appeared at the 2004, 2008 and 2012 UEFA European Championships, and the 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups. He is a forward who usually plays as a left or right sided winger. Robben is known for his dribbling skills, speed, crossing ability and his accurate left foot long-range shots from the right wing.

Arjen Robben is een Nederlands voetballer die doorgaans als rechter- of linkervleugelaanvaller speelt. Hij verruilde in 2009 Real Madrid voor Bayern München, waar hij in 2014 zijn contract verlengde tot medio 2017. Robben debuteerde in 2003 in het Nederlands Elftal.

In April 2003, he made his international debut in a friendly match against Portugal at the age of 19.[83] On 28 August 2015, Robben was named captain of the Netherlands national team, replacing Robin van Persie.

Euro 2004
Robben’s first participation at an international tournament came at UEFA Euro 2004 when manager Dick Advocaat called up younger players, such as Wesley Sneijder and John Heitinga.

2006 World Cup
Robben played in his first 2006 World Cup qualifier in 2006. In six games for the Netherlands, Robben scored two goals.

Euro 2008
Robben in 2009 prior to a match against Japan.
During UEFA Euro 2008, manager Marco van Basten changed the formation to 4–2–3–1, preferring the midfield trio of Rafael van der Vaart, Wesley Sneijder and Dirk Kuyt. Robben was left to battle it out with Robin van Persie for a place on the wing. In the group match against France, which the Netherlands won 4–1, Robben was brought on at half-time. He dragged the ball out of reach of a defender near the half-way line and paced his way ahead of three defenders, then crossed straight to Van Persie who powered a shot into the goal past Grégory Coupet. At 2–0, Thierry Henry scored a goal, making it 2–1, and almost directly after the restart, Robben was played through by Sneijder and he ran at the France goal and was forced into an acute angle, but despite the angle, he shot the ball into the net past Coupet.

2010 World Cup
Robben was selected by the Netherlands manager Bert van Marwijk for the final squad of 23 for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[90] In the team’s last friendly match against Hungary, just before its flight to South Africa on 4 June, Robben fell awkwardly, and picked up a hamstring injury which caused concern over his fitness for the tournament. On 5 June, Van Marwijk announced that he’d „decided not to summon any substitute for Arjen. I want to give him every chance to still participate in the World Cup.“

Euro 2012
Robben was selected to play for the Netherlands at UEFA Euro 2012. He started in the first group stage match, a 1–0 loss to Denmark, in which he hit the post with a curled effort. In the next match, a 2–1 loss to Germany, he hopped over the advertising boards and walked the long way round after being subbed off for Dirk Kuyt because he thought he could have inspired the Netherlands to a win. After a 2–1 loss to Portugal, the Netherlands were knocked out with three straight defeats.

2014 World Cup
In the Netherlands‘ first match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Robben scored two goals in a 5–1 win over Spain. In the Netherlands‘ second group stage match, a 3–2 win over Australia, Robben scored the team’s opening goal as they qualified for the knockout stage. In the Round of 16 knock-out game with Mexico, the Netherlands won on a penalty awarded after Robben went down following a challenge from Rafael Márquez. The Associated Press said that Robben’s „theatrical“ fall „did little to defuse the debate about his reputation for diving.“

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