Robin Van Persie, in the third minute of penalty committed by Thiago Silva to Arjen Robben, advanced to set Louis Van Gaal, and fourteen minutes later Daley Blind extended its advantage making the score 2-0. The last goal was scored by Wijnaldum.
The Netherlands always maintained the game in control during the second half and started playing backlash based on the speed of their best player, Arjen Robben.
The hosts were dismissed amidst whistles, both at halftime and fulltime. In this way, Brazil leaves the 2014 World Cup with two consecutive defeats after being overcome by Germany (7-1).