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The impressive career of Rob Rensenbrink

2020-01-25T22:28:21.442Z

Rob Rensenbrink died on Friday at the age of 72. The born Amsterdammer, who played two World Cup finals, is known as one of the best Dutch footballers of all time. This is his career in the picture.



Rob Rensenbrink died on Friday at the age of 72. The born Amsterdammer, who played two World Cup finals, is known as one of the best Dutch footballers of all time. This is his career in the picture.

Rob Rensenbrink (standing, second from the left) with the Orange in 1968 in Bucharest. He played his second international match against Romania. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Rensenbrink played 46 international games and scored fourteen times. (Photo: Pro Shots)

The Dutch national team prior to the World Cup final of 1978 with Rensenbrink squatting on the far right. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Also in 1974 Rensenbrink had a base place in the World Cup final. (Photo: Getty Images)

Rensenbrink in action against Bulgaria at the 1974 World Cup. (Photo: Getty Images)

Rensenbrink wore number 12 during the 1978 World Cup. (Photo: Getty Images)

Rensenbrink during the Netherlands-Italy at the 1978 World Cup. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Rensenbrink (second from the right) scored three times against Iran at the 1978 World Cup and is therefore still the only Dutchman with a hat trick in a World Cup match. (Photo: Pro Shots)

With Anderlecht he won the European Cup II in 1976 and 1978. He scored twice in both finals. (Photo: Pro Shots)

In 1976 Rensenbrink was chosen as the best player of the Belgian competition. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Rensenbrink (sitting on the right) in 2018 during a visit to Anderlecht. (Photo: Pro Shots)

Source: nunl

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