Spoilers: A Eurovision 2019 final points miscalculation has given The Netherlands more points!

The final counting for the Eurovision songfestival 2019 had errors in it, and now there’s a new list of rankings. Spoilers: The Netherlands got even more points!

The win for the Netherlands at the competition was special because the country hadn’t bagged a victory since 1975. There were celebrations everywhere and we were ecstatic too. After this error in counting was found out, we got to know that Duncan Laurence had got 6 points more, making him the undoubted winner at 498 points.

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Some countries, on the other hand, were not quite so lucky. Though the top four remains the same, the ranking changed for other countries. Where Norway was originally 5th, has finished 6th now. Sweden is in the 5th position now. Germany (25), Estonia (20) and Serbia (18) are now one ranking lower. But Cyprus (13) and Malta (14) had a higher ranking by two places.

Eurovision 2019: Final Results

Source: www.ebu.ch

  1. Netherlands (498 points)
  2. Italy (472 points)
  3. Russia (370 points)
  4. Switzerland (364 points)
  5. Sweden (334 points)
  6. Norway (331 points)
  7. North Macedonia (305 points)
  8. Azerbaijan (302 points)
  9. Australia (284 points)
  10. Iceland (232 points)
  11. Czech Republic (157 points)
  12. Denmark (120 points)
  13. Cyprus (109 points)
  14. Malta (107 points)
  15. Slovenia (105 points)
  16. France (105 points)
  17. Albania (90 points)
  18. Serbia (89 points)
  19. San Marino (77 points)
  20. Estonia (76 points)
  21. Greece (74 points)
  22. Spain (54 points)
  23. Israel (35 points)
  24. Belarus (31 points)
  25. Germany (24 points)
  26. United Kingdom (11 points)

Are you from any of the countries where the ranking changed? Was it in your favour or not? Let us know in the comments below!

Kavana Desai
Kavana Desaihttps://medium.com/@kavanadesai
Coping with the aftermath of her 3-year stint in the Netherlands, Kavana is a writer, content creator and editor for DutchReview. Hailing from India, she frequently blogs about the Netherlands, being Indian in the Netherlands, and everything in between. She envisions herself to one day be the youngest person to win that Nobel Prize for Literature (she is also not very humble but welcomes only constructive criticism). In the meantime, she fills her days with writing for DutchReview, writing her master's thesis on art theft, and writing fiction that will hopefully see the light of day soon.


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