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Going Dutch

As World Cup semis begin, we have a new team

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Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder celebrates a goal against Brazil last week.(Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)

And then there were four. Going into the quarter-finals, Tablet Magazine was rooting for two teams: Ghana and The Netherlands. Ghana was defeated in painful—but truly painfulfashion by Uruguay, 1-1 on penalty kicks. The Netherlands, on the other hand, made brilliant work of perennial favorite Brazil, 2-1.

Uruguay and The Netherlands play today at 2:30 E.S.T.; Spain and Germany, last week’s other two victors, play tomorrow. It should be obvious which is Tablet Magazine’s team now:

Hup, Holland, Hup!

Earlier: Which Squad You Should Root For

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Woooooot Spain! Unbelieveable win by Spain. Espana needed that win.

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Going Dutch

As World Cup semis begin, we have a new team

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