Dutch Hero Arjen Robben has praised his side after their come from behind 5-1 thrashing of defending champions Spain on Friday.
The Bayern Munich winger grabbed a brace to help the Dutch gain revenge for their 2010 World Cup final defeat.
Robben went on to praise his teammates for a wonderful performance, handing Spain their biggest defeat in over 50 years.
"It's a fantastic feeling to have scored those goals," Robben told FIFA.com after netting his seventh goal in his last seven international appearances for Louis van Gaal's side.
"I have to say, I'm just so proud of my team. It's always nice to score a couple of goals but I'm far prouder of the side.
"I'm proud of our performance because that's what really matters."
The former Real Madrid star then urged his side to remain focussed as they prepare to take on Australia and Chile in their next group games.