Wim Lagendaal - Goals in International Matches


The outstanding Dutch player scored 13 international goals in 15 matches for his National Team.

He obtained his first 5 caps while playing at the second level (tweede klasse).

All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.


Born: 13- 4-1909
Died:  6- 3-1987
Country:  Netherlands
Caps:	15	(W7-D1-L7 - GF29-GA29 - %50.00)
Goals:	13	(% 0.87 per match)
Age First Cap:	 21 yr 203 d	 2-11-1930 vs. Switzerland 3-6
Age Last Cap:	 26 yr  29 d	12- 5-1935 vs. Belgium 2-0
National Team Career:  4 yr 191 d


Cap  Goals	Date	Venue   	Opponent       Score	Competition
 1   1   1     2-11-30  ZŁrich          Switzerland     3-6
 2   2   3    29- 3-31  Amsterdam       Belgium         3-2
 3       3    26- 4-31  Amsterdam       Germany         1-1
 4       3     3- 5-31  Antwerpen       Belgium         2-4
 5   2   5    14- 6-31  KÝbenhavn       Denmark         2-0
 6   3   8    29-11-31  Paris           France          4-3
 7   4  12    20- 3-32  Antwerpen       Belgium         4-1
 8      12    17- 4-32  Amsterdam       Belgium         2-1
 9      12     8- 5-32  Amsterdam       Ireland         0-2
10      12    29- 5-32  Amsterdam       Czechoslovakia  1-2
11      12    22- 1-33  Amsterdam       Switzerland     0-2
12      12     5- 3-33  Amsterdam       Hungary         1-2
13      12    10-12-33  Amsterdam       Austria         0-1
14   1  13    31- 3-35  Amsterdam       Belgium         4-2
15      13    12- 5-35  Brussel         Belgium         2-0

Total Record
 
    GP    GW   GD   GL   GF  GA     Pts  Percentage
    15     7    1    7   29- 29      15      50.00
 
13 Goals in 15 Matches (0.87 per match)
 

Types of Matches and Goals

                      Goals Matches
Friendlies        	13   15

Total                	13   15
  vs Belgium               7    6


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