Im Finale der UEFA Nations League treffen Portugal und Holland aufeinander. Goal verrät, wie Ihr die Begegnung heute live in TV und. Entfernungsrechner zeigt die Entfernung zwischen Portugal und Holland und stellt die Fahrstrecke auf einer Karte dar. Mit Luftlinie, Reisedauer, Flugroute. Der Niederländisch-Portugiesische Krieg war ein Kolonialkrieg zwischen dem Königreich Portugal und der Republik der Vereinigten Niederlande, der August zum Statthalter von Neu-Holland ernannt und in die neuen Kolonie entsandt.
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Holland Portugal To learn more about Radio Holland, solutions and services please contact us via the contact form. VideoNetherlands VS Portugal 3-0 All Goals \u0026 Highlights 26/03/2018 Distance from Netherlands to Portugal is 1, kilometers. This air travel distance is equal to 1, miles. The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Netherlands and Portugal is 1, km= 1, miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of miles) from Netherlands to Portugal, It takes hours to arrive. 6/9/ · HOLLAND visit Portugal in the first ever Nations League final tonight. The Dutch were on the verge of defeat against England, before easing through in extra time – while Cristiano Ronaldo was Author: Gavin Newsham. Introduction. The war lasted from to , and the main participants were the Kingdom of Portugal and the Republic of the Seven United Provinces.. Following the Iberian Union, Portugal was throughout most of the period under Habsburg rule, and the Habsburg Philip II of Spain was battling the Dutch annhuybens.com to the union of the Portuguese and Spanish Crowns, Portuguese merchants Location: Atlantic Ocean: Brazil, West Africa, Southern .
If both Diu and Hormuz fell, that would prevent the Middle East markets from being taxed by Portugal which would deny Lisbon the revenue from the southernmost course of the Silk Route.
This was a lucrative trade but not as essential to the Indian Ocean network at large. After the fall of Hormuz to the English and Dutch, the Portuguese striking out of their Muscat and Goa bases, led a destructive campaign against Persia's coastline and allied with the Basrah Ottomans.
Eventually, after the Battle of the three islands Persia vied for a cease-fire with the Portuguese to be able to reestablish trade and provided Portugal with a tradepost in Kong.
Together with the reestablished Basrah route, this temporarily made up for the loss of Hormuz. The pioneers of the destruction of the Portuguese and Spanish mare clausum doctrine were the Dutch.
The Dutch East India Company , however, suffered from the same weakness as Portugal: lack of manpower. Thus, a Spanish style colonisation effort was never feasible and only dominion of the seas would allow it to compete.
The Portuguese had a century head-start in the region and their empire allowed them access to converted and loyal local populations, which shored-up inland, what naval power could not ensure at sea.
Hence, the Dutch directed their efforts to the periphery of the Portuguese empire. Avoiding the Indian coasts, they set up their own headquarters in the southeast Indies, in the city of Jakarta, later known as Batavia.
This put them safely distant from Goa but opportunistically close to Malacca and the Indian Ocean — Pacific Ocean-connecting sea lanes.
Many battles were fought but the most decisive ones fatally injured the Portuguese Indian empire. The Dutch Blockade of Goa between and deprived the State of India from a safe connection to Lisbon — and Europe — for the remainder of the war.
The Battle of Carracks Island in off the coast of Malacca, destroyed Portuguese naval power in the Southeast Indies leading to the loss of naval supremacy to the Dutch, in the crucial route between Goa and Macau.
The expulsion of the Jesuit order Sakoku and subsequently the Portuguese, from Nagasaki, also doomed the economic viability of Macau. The Siege of Malacca of , after many attempts, delivered the city to the Dutch and their regional allies, crucially breaking the spinal cord between Goa and the Orient.
Portuguese establishments were isolated and prone to being picked off one by one, but nevertheless the Dutch only enjoyed mixed success in doing so.
The Dutch found what they were looking for in Jakarta , conquered by Jan Coen in , later renamed Batavia after the putative Dutch ancestors the Batavians, and which would become the capital of the Dutch East Indies.
For the next forty-four years, the two cities of Goa and Batavia would fight relentlessly, since they stood as the capital of the Portuguese State of India and the Dutch East India Company's base of operations.
With the assistance of the Sultanate of Bijapur the Dutch would even attempt to conquer Goa itself, but Portuguese diplomacy defeated this plan.
In fact, Goa had been under intermittent blockade since Most of the fighting took place in west India, where the Dutch Malabar campaign sought to replace the Portuguese monopoly on the spice trade.
Dutch and Portuguese fleets faced off for control of the sea lanes as was the case with the Action of 30 September , while on mainland India the war involved more and more Indian kingdoms and principalities as the Dutch capitalised on local resentment of Portuguese conquests in the early 16th century.
This enraged Songtham , King of Siam , whom held the Dutch in great preference and ordered the attacks and seizures of all the Spaniards.
War between Philip's possessions and other countries led to a deterioration of the Portuguese Empire, as the loss of Hormuz to Persia, aided by England, but the Dutch Empire was the main beneficiary.
In the Portuguese took advantage of the Catalan Revolt and themselves revolted from the Spanish-dominated Iberian Union. From this point onwards the English decided instead to re-establish their alliance with Portugal.
Despite the Portuguese proclaiming themselves as hostile to the Spanish crown, the VOC nevertheless took the opportunity to prise away the string of coastal fortresses that comprised the Portuguese Empire: Malacca finally succumbed in Important battles also took place in the South China sea, initially with combined fleets of Dutch and English vessels, and subsequently exclusively Dutch ships assaulting Macau.
Dutch attempts to capture Macau , to force China to replace the Portuguese or to settle the Pescadores failed, in part because of the long-standing diplomacy between the Portuguese and the Ming, but the Dutch were ultimately successful in acquiring the monopoly of trade with Japan.
The Dutch established a colony at Tayouan in , present-day Anping in the south of Taiwan, known to the Portuguese as Formosa and in the Dutch took northern Formosa from the Spanish by force.
The Dutch conquered Batticaloa in and Galle in before the alliance broke down. After a period of triangular warfare between the Dutch, Portuguese and Kandyans, the alliance was remade in After exploiting and then double-crossing their Kandyan allies, the Dutch were able to capture Colombo in and drove the last Portuguese from Ceylon in Sporadic warfare with Kandy continued for over a century.
In the aftermath of the destruction of the ' Tordesillas system', Portugal had managed to retain Diu but not Hormuz. Goa and Macau had also survived but not Malacca.
Nevertheless, the downfall of the Portuguese Indian empire was not territorial but economic: the competition of other European powers whose demographics were more numerous, access to capital easier and access to markets, more direct, than Portugal's.
Lisbon's distributive monopoly had been stolen from the Islamic world and accrued of more direct competition, it crumbled quickly. In all, and also because the Dutch were kept busy with their expansion in Indonesia, the conquests made at the expense of the Portuguese were modest: some Indonesian possessions and a few cities and fortresses in Southern India.
The most important blow to the Portuguese eastern empire would be the conquest of Malacca in depriving them of the control over these straits , Ceylon in , and the Malabar coast in , even after the signing of the peace Treaty of The Hague Surprised by such easy gains in the East, the Republic quickly decided to exploit Portugal's weakness in the Americas.
The Company benefited from a large investment in capital, drawing on the enthusiasm of the best financiers and capitalists of the Republic.
The Dutch West India Company would not, however, be as successful as its eastern counterpart. In , a joint Spanish—Portuguese fleet of 52 ships and 12, men rapidly recaptured Salvador.
In the Dutch returned, and captured Olinda and then Recife , renamed Mauritsstadt , thus establishing the colony of New Holland. The Portuguese commander Matias de Albuquerque retreated his forces inland, to establish a camp dubbed Arraial do Bom Jesus.
Eventually, the Dutch evicted the Portuguese with the assistance of a local landlord named Domingos Fernandes Calabar , but on his retreat to Bahia, Matias de Albuquerque captured Calabar at Porto Calvo , and had him hung for treason.
The Portuguese fought back two Dutch attacks on Bahia in The capable John Maurice of Nassau was recalled from the governorship of New Holland in , because of excessive expenditure and under suspicion of corruption.
Mutual hostility between the Catholic Portuguese and Protestant Dutch, and harsh measures to collect from indebted land-owners who had their estates ravaged in the war ensured that Portuguese settlers came to resent the authority of the new Dutch administration.
WIC forces were defeated at the Battle of Tabocas , virtually confining the Dutch to the fortified urban perimeters of coastal cities, defended by contingents of German and Flemish mercenaries.
The Second Battle of Guararapes , in , marked the beginning of the end of Dutch occupation of Portuguese Brazil, until their final expulsion from Recife in At the same time, the Dutch organized incursions against the Portuguese possessions in Africa in order to take control of the slave trade and complete the trade triangle that would ensure the economic prosperity of New Holland.
In , a Dutch expedition to take Elmina was almost wiped out in an ambush by the Portuguese , but in , Elmina fell to the Dutch. In August the Dutch formed a three-way alliance with the Kingdom of Kongo and Queen Nzinga of Ndongo, and with their assistance captured Luanda and Benguela , though without preventing the Portuguese from retreating inland into strongholds like Massangano , Ambaca and Muxima.
With a steady source of slaves now secure, the Dutch abstained from further action, presuming that their allies would suffice against the Portuguese.
Nonetheless, lacking artillery and firearms, Queen Nzinga and the Kongo proved unable to decisively defeat the Portuguese and their cannibalistic Imbangala allies.
Although the Portuguese were outnumbered, a swift display of force achieved in August 15 the surrender of Luanda and all Dutch forces in Angola.
The Dutch, determined to recover or retain their territories, postponed the end of the conflict. This is unquestionably a better Portugal team than the one who shocked France in the final of Euro three years ago.
They can still be hard to watch, and they could not care less about that, but this country, with a population of 10 million, keeps punching far above its weight in international football.
Come the real defence of their European title next summer, the champions will be hard to beat. They did not panic under the high press of the Dutch, and there is never any rush to play the game their own way.
Later, Santos would say that his team was very different to the side that won in Euro , testament, he said, to the enduring ability of his country to produce top players.
What I do know is that you have to win. Without the injured Pepe in the side, his central defenders, Jose Fonte and Dias were excellent.
He keeps the ball moving forward without any fuss and has lots of energy. The hosts had just 43 per cent of the possession but 18 attempts on goal and seven on target.
Holland had just a single one of their own on target. B ernardo and Guedes tucked in along the flanks of the three central midfielders and blocked as many holes as possible.
There was no Joao Felix in this side, the young pretender having struggled in the previous game. Neither was Ruben Neves in the midfield.
He acknowledged the deficit of attacking options in his side when it came to breaking down such a formidable defence.
The goal came on the hour, Bernardo carrying the ball forward and squaring it at just the moment to make the Dutch defence hesitate about coming out to Guedes.
Holland switched to a system with substitute Donny van de Beek as the No 10 behind Depay. But Portugal are a hard team to dislodge from the lead.
They have shown that they can produce winning teams as well as the one superstar at the centre of it all. Meanwhile the Dutch defender Matthijs De Ligt later confirmed to the Dutch media that Ronaldo had told him on the pitch after the game to come to Juventus this summer.
D efinitely coming up in a pub quiz near you soon. R eally taking this very seriously. Holland are being made to stand around and wait for a runners up medal they definitely don't want, "Portugal" has been scratched onto the sexy looking trophy.
P ortugal players celebrate, the crowd cheer Let's say yes for now. Holland players seem genuinely upset about it anyway. V an Dijk is staying upfront now.
Long balls are the order of the day and it's got them to within the final third. A cross into the area is caught by Patricio - easily - and that might be Holland's last chance.
R onaldo catches the ball quite nicely but it wobbles and zips about 10 yards wide of the far post. Worth a hit. Portugal keep up the pressure, Carvalho intercepts in Holland's half and Carvalho brings the ball towards the box.
He passes wide to Rafa, Rafa goes for the back post and the headed clearance is then booted into the car park by Moutinho.
F renkie De Jong goes down howling in pain after Ronaldo catches him but as Holland play on he magically discovers that he's not injured at all and gets to his feet.
Good on his teammates for playing on. Portugal break through Rafa Silva and De Jong and Dumfries double team him, fouling the Dutchman on the edge of the area.
Ronaldo fancies this one. P ortugal want a penalty as Moutinho turns his back to take a ball to feet in the box and Blind drags him to the floor.
Seems pretty nailed on to me but the referee is standing right next to it and says no. Semedo has a chance to shoot shortly after but thumps it low into the goalkeeper.
H olland come forward, the ball is flicked through to Van De Beek, who stabs a leg at it and Patricio has to turn the ball behind!
A brief VAR check for a penalty goes by it probably wasn't and the corner is taken but comes to nothing. Luuk De Jong is getting ready to come on now.
Fernandes is standing in space 30 yards out Loves a shot, that guy. Loves it. P ortugal take Fernandes after only 98 shots taken and replace him with Joao Moutinho, who was one of my favourite players of the Premier League last season.
Yes, that's right. We're calling it last season now. A shot opens up for De Roon 25 yards out but he batters it miles over the bar.
Holland have still only had one shot on target Depay's header. R afa Silva has just come on as a sub for Guedes and then run 70 yards with the ball at feet after an astonishing bit of control near the Portugal box.
Bernardo Silva then spots an opportunity to accelerate past the Dutch backline and takes them on 30 yards from goal. He runs into bodies and is taken out.
H olland still unable to find a way to get a shot on goal. Whenever they're within about 30 yards of goal there's no movement, Portugal stand in walls of defence and the only safe option is sideways.
Depay isn't actually that good, nor is he a poacher, so crosses from wide won't do any good and he's not looking for balls into channels.
Not that there are channels to run into, of course, since Portugal have bodies standing there too. The boy Santos knows his potatoes.
H olland win a free-kick near the area and will curl this towards the Big Lads at the back post. Depay whips it Portugal hold their shape and force the ball all the way back to the centre-backs and then Van Dijk is ruled to have fouled Semedo by running past him.
Not sure that's a great decision. B ernardo Silva runs around like he's been left on charge for too long and doesn't know what to do with the excess energy.
He's just beaten De Ligt to a header. Holland have been much more aggressive and progressive with their play since the goal went in, but I'd say the real reason for that is Van De Beek, rather than them being down.
V an de Beek is running from deep into positions beside the Portugal defence and that means Holland can finally get the ball forward quickly when near the final third.
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