After seventeen years, the Dutch national team again managed to beat Germany on their own soil after seventeen years. These are the best pictures of the spectacular European Championship qualifying match in the Volkspark Stadium in Hamburg.

Smiling faces at Oranje that thanks the fans who have traveled along afterwards. (Photo: Pro Shots)

With a goal from Serge Gnabry, the Orange comes 1-0 behind. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Irritation with Georginio Wijnaldum during an upsurge in the first half. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Ryan Babel usually turns up during the break. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Frenkie de Jong makes the 2-1 in the second half. (Photo: Pro Shots)

A smile at Frenkie de Jong, who makes his first international hit. (Photo: Pro Shots)

The 1-2 is an own goal from the German defender Jonathan Tah. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Dutch fans are celebrating in the branch. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Through a penalty by Toni Kroos, Germany returns to 2-2. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Germany celebrates the equalizer. (Photo: Pro Shots)

An overjoyed Donyell Malen, who scores with his debut. (Photo: Getty Images)

Georginio Wijnaldum makes 2-4 in injury time and Donyell Malen is quick (Photo: Pro Shots)

Joy also with Frenkie de Jong. (Photo: Getty Images)

With the win, the Dutch Team is doing excellent business in the battle for a European Championship ticket. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Disappointment with Serge Gnabry (Photo: Pro Shots)

Donyell Malen is the first scoring Orange-debutant since Ruben Schaken in 2012. (Photo: Pro Shots)