The Hague: The draw for Euro 2012 Football Championships in Kiev led to mixed feelings for the Netherlands, who find themselves in Group B with strong outfits like Germany, Portugal and Denmark.
"You can't change it," Dutch head coach Bert van Marwijk said to Dutch TV channel NOS. "It is a huge challenge. It is the toughest group, everyone agrees on that."
The Dutch will play all their matches in Kharkiv in Ukraine and start the tournament June 9 against Denmark, face Germany June 13 and Portugal will be the last opponent June 17. The first two teams qualify for the quarter-finals.