Tuesday, 17th June, 2014

Former Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf believes that the challenge for Holland now is not to get ahead of themselves and to keep their focus on the next game.

Holland decimated the double European champions and world champions Spain 5-1 last week in their opening fixture of the World Cup.

Seedorf believes that a good start to the World Cup was important to gain confidence and momentum.

"The most difficult thing was to have a good start and they did much more than that," Seedorf told the BBC.

However, the former AC Milan manager warned of complacency and feels that the Dutch need to keep their focus glued on the next game.  


"Now this will be the most important challenge – they can't think too much about themselves; they have to have the right mentality."

Holland will look to secure passage to the next round of the World Cup when they take on Australia tomorrow in Porto Alegre.

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