Arjen Robben of the Netherlands (R) falls after a challenge by Costa Rica's Junior Diaz (C) and Michael Umana during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals at the Fonte Nova arena in Salvador July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
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When it comes to Arjen Robben, opinions are extremely divided. But if Holland are to see off Lionel Messi and Argentina in Sao Paulo Wednesday and reach their second successive World Cup Final, it is Robben who will hold the key.Watching Robben against both Mexico and Costa Rica was to see a very different player from the one whose departure from Chelsea was greeted with delight by many Stamford Bridge fans.Robben did, as he admitted, dive in the first half against Mexico.Robben admitted: "I have a fantastic manager, who knows exactly which players to bring on at what time and how to change things, in the team and on the pitch.Listen to Costa Rica coach Pinto.He might have tried it on before the game, but at the end he was keen to hug his tormentor, revealing: "I told Robben he's one of the best in the world. In Brazil, Robben has been special.
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