The Dutchmen remember the goal he did in the 2010 World Cup Final
Andrés Iniesta is usually applauded at every Spanish stadium because he scored the winning goal for Spain in the 2010 World Cup Final against The Netherlands. Spain was champion and the Dutch were runner-up again.
The Oranges revenged during the last World Cup, when Louis van Gaal's team won Spain 5-1 in the first round of the championship.
This Tuesday both teams faced again in a friendly match played at Amsterdam. When Spanish manager Vicente del Bosque decided to place Iniesta in the field, the crowd whistled at the midfielder, as you can see on the video. The Netherlands' manager criticized it.