Bart Verbruggen said he knew he would have a big moment late in the game as he closed in on a Euro 2024 semi-final spot.

But the Albion No.1 said he was not the only ‘goalkeeper’ playing for Holland in the final stages of their last-eight tie with Turkey.

England and Holland will go head-to-head in Dortmund on Wednesday after both came through tense quarter-finals.

After the Three Lions beat Switzerland on penalties, the Oranje followed them by coming from behind for a 2-1 success.

Stefan De Vrij headed the equaliser after 70 minutes and the turnaround was completed six minutes later when Mert Muldur turned into his own net under pressure from Cody Gakpo.

Turkey piled forward in search of a late equaliser but Verbruggen produced a brilliant reaction save, low down to his right, to deny Kerem Akturkoglu in a nervous finale.

There were also some crucial blocks by outfield players.

Verbruggen said: “After it went to 2-1 I told myself that there would be one or two more big moments for Turkey, but we had six goalkeepers today!

“Wout Weghorst, Micky van de Ven, Denzel Dumfries, I think Stefan de Vrij again.

“They all threw their bodies at the ball and that gives you a great feeling as a goalkeeper.

“Every block was celebrated as if we had scored another goal.

“I feel really honoured to be part of this team.”