This European Championship does not stop giving us surprises, and although we knew that whoever won the match between Denmark and the Czech Republic would win, it would be a revelation, we must applaud Denmark for being a semifinalist and being two games away from winning this trophy again.
The Danes did not have it easy from the beginning, as they had to witness one of their teammates struggling between life and death on the pitch. That affected them and they lost their first two games, but they recovered and played one of the best games of the championship.
Today they did not disappoint and started controlling the ball from the beginning against the Czech Republic, which allowed them to hit very early through Delaney’s goal in the 5th minute.
The early goal was a blow to the Czechs, who were not quite comfortable in the first half, allowing Denmark to continue playing at a high level. The Danes were able to score again several times, but it wasn’t until Stryger came up with a wonderful outside cross for Dolberg that they failed to score the second.
With this result they went to rest, but after returning to the field, Denmark came out much more passive. The Czech Republic saw that it could do damage and began to attack with more heart than football. In the 49th minute, striker Schick managed to score for the Czechs and the Czech coach entered another 9 to try to tie the match. The Czechs took control of the ball from him and Denmark limited themselves to defending in a very orderly fashion and going on the counter with Yussuf Poulsen who entered the second half for the team to take advantage of their speed. In the end the Danes held out and will be in the semifinals of the European Championship waiting for the winner of England against Ukraine.
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