It’s not an ideal start for new manager Guus Hiddink, who took over from Louis Van Gaal after the World Cup.
And Netherlands’ captain Robin Van Persie has now openly criticised his teammates, claiming it was a ‘sloppy’ performances from the men in orange.
By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_
The pressure is mounting on Hiddink, with the Netherlands sitting third in their group with only three points after three games.
Iceland and the Czech Republic lead the group on nine points, with the Icelanders ahead on goal difference.
Which begs the question, what is wrong with this Netherlands team which makes them unable to dominate a group they should do with relative ease?
Well, Van Persie blames sloppy passing and well organised opposition: