Kasper Hjolmand, coach of the Danish national football team, is in a state of anticipation in anticipation of the semi-final match of the European Nations Championship, against England, scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday.
“It’s a big challenge that everyone wants, it’s something everyone has been dreaming of since he was little,” Heulmand said in London.
But he emphasized that playing the first semi-final in a major tournament, since Denmark won Euro 1992, does not make him and the team more nervous than usual, because we are simply looking forward to this match.
The England national team is the favorite to win the meeting, and will have the advantage of playing at home at Wembley Stadium, as the restrictions of the Corona virus mean that a small number of Danish fans will attend the match.
He said: There is a psychological element during the game, they have many fans, but we cannot forget that they are also subjected to a lot of pressure and there are high expectations.
He added: So things will not be easy for them, we know that we must take advantage of this situation.
And the Danish team met with its English counterpart in the last European Nations League, where they drew in Denmark and then the Danish team won away from home with a clean goal.
Heulmand feels that a repetition of this is not excluded, and he said: “I am convinced that we have the opportunity in this match, of course, last year’s match at Wembley gave us that confidence.”