Netherlands player Jeremain Lens, right, celebrates scoring against Wales with teammate Arjen Robben during the international friendly soccer match at ArenA stadium in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday June 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Ermindo Armino)
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Arjen Robben scored the first goal and made a second to give the Netherlands a winning send-off before they head to the World Cup but again it was a far from convincing performance as they beat Wales 2-0 in Amsterdam Wednesday.The Bayern playmaker then set up substitute Jeremain Lens for a second in the 76th minute in a swift counterattack, created by an interception and then a clever forward pass from Wesley Sneijder for Robben to run and square for Lens to tap home.A second-string England side were held to a 2-2 draw by Ecuador after a superb strike by substitute Michael Arroyo before both sides had a player sent off in a World Cup warm-up match.
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