Sao Paulo: The Netherlands' penalty shootout loss to Argentina in the World Cup semi-finals on Wednesday was an unjust way for them to exit the tournament, according to playmaker Wesley Sneijder. (Also read: Dutch media mourns defeat in World Cup 'chess' game)
"We deserve much better," said the Galatasaray midfielder, one of two Dutch players to see a penalty saved by Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero at Sao Paulo's Corinthians Arena. (Also read: Holland exit robs Arjen Robben of chance to atone)
"Argentina were playing for penalties, which wasn't the case with us. We tried to play.