FOOTBALL - Click Read More to see some key facts concerning Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier between Romania and Netherlands.
> The only Romania win against Netherlands was the 10th meeting between the two, one that took place in Romania. On October 13, 2007, the result was 1-0 during the European Championship qualification. Romania eventually won that group and Netherlands finished second. Both countries also met in that next European Championship, were Netherlands won 2-0, through goals by Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Robin van Persie.
> Oranje have won their last 11 World Cup qualifiers and are unbeaten in their last 25 (both are national records), since their defeat at Ireland in September 2001 (1-0).
> In the last six matches in which Netherlands have held a clean sheet, they played at home. The last time they kept a clean sheet away from home was at Finland on 6 September 2011 (0-2).
> Romania are unbeaten in their last 11 home matches, since losing to FYR Macedonia in June 2010. Between 2005 and 2006, they stayed unbeaten in 16 successive home matches.
> Adrian Mutu has scored 34 international goals for Romania, only Gheorghe Hagi has more (35). Mutu scored his first international goal on 26 April 2000, in Hagi’s 120th of 124 international matches for Romania. Mutu has not featured in the Romanian national team since 11 October 2011, more than a full year.