The Netherlands knock 10-men Brazil out of the World Cup after coming back from behind to register a shock 2-1 win in their quarterfinal clash here on Friday.
Netherlands will meet the winner of Uruguay and Ghana in the semi-final on Tuesday.
Brazil's Filepe Melo red card was the turning point of the match as Brazil never recovered after being reduced to 10 men in the 72nd minute.
Melo's night got from bad to worst after scoring an own goal and then was sent off in the 72nd minute for stamping on Arjen Robben as Netherlands continue to lead 2-1 in their quarter-final match here on Friday.
Wesley Sneijder head home from a corner in the 68th minute to gave the Netherlands a 2-1 lead over Brazil after a Dirk Kuyt flick.


Felipe Melo headed into his own net past his own goalkeeper Cesar in the 53rd minute from a Wesley Sneijder shot as Netherlands draw level after Brazil had taken the lead.
Robinho's 10th minute strike was the difference as Brazil went into the break 1-0 ahead of the Netherlands. Robinho beat the offside trapped before slotting past the onrushing Martin Stekelenburg to give Brazil an early lead.
Brazil drafted Juventus holding player Felipe Melo into their line-up for Friday's World Cup quarterfinal with The Netherlands.
Melo, who passed a late fitness test on an injured ankle, comes in for suspended Benfica midfielder Ramires in a side that is otherwise unchanged from the one that overcame Chile 3-0 in the second round.
The Netherlands, who lost memorable quarter-finals to Brazil in 1994 and 1998, made one change, with Andre Oojer coming in place for the injured Joris Mathejsen, from the side that beat Slovakia 2-1 in their last 16 tie.