Willy Dullens - International Appearances

The outstanding Dutch player obtained 4 international caps with his National Team.

He obtained his first 2 caps while playing at the second level. In the summer of 1966 he was chosen, as second level player, as Dutch Football Player of the Year, far ahead of Eddy Pieters Graafland, Piet Keizer and Johan Cruijff. That was partially due to his performance in his first international match, the 100th edition of the Derby der Lage Landen in which he had been the best player on the field. Unfortunately, his career ended shortly afterwards due to a terrible knee injury.

All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.

Born: 29- 1-1945 in Broek-Sittard
Country: Netherlands
Caps:	  4	(W3-D0-L1 - GF9-GA3 - %75.00)
Age First Cap:	 21 yr  78 d	17- 4-1966 vs. Belgium 3-1
Age Last Cap:	 21 yr 305 d	30-11-1966 vs. Denmark 2-0
National Team Career:  0 yr 227 d

Cap     Date     Venue           Opponent       Score    Competition

 1    17- 4-66   Rotterdam       Belgium         3-1
 2    11- 5-66   Glasgow         Scotland        3-0
 3     6-11-66   Amsterdam       Czechoslovakia  1-2
 4    30-11-66   Rotterdam       Denmark         2-0     European Champ. Qual.

Total Record
    GP    GW   GD   GL   GF  GA     Pts  Percentage
     4     3    0    1    9-  3       6      75.00

Types of Matches 
Friendlies              3
European Champ. Qual.   1

Total                   4

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