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Topic - Tim Krul
Netherlands goalkeeper Tim Krul insists he did nothing wrong in confronting Costa Rica's penalty takers during a World Cup quarterfinal shootout.
Tim Krul came on as a substitute in the final minute of extra time and then saved two penalties in a 4-3 shootout victory over Costa Rica on Saturday, giving the Netherlands a spot in the World Cup semifinals.
"The manager and the goalie coach told me before the game that if we had another substitution left it was a possible he would use me in the penalty shootout," Krul said. "So obviously for me the whole game I was watching it with a different view."
Krul said it had been "difficult" sitting on the bench the entire World Cup and watching Cillessen play, craving his chance to start a match.