Denmark beat Wales 4-0 and will play in the quarter-finals against the Netherlands or the Czech Republic on July 3.
Last Saturday, Denmark beat Wales 4-0, swept the quarter-finals of the European Championship, and continued the positive sentiment of sympathy for Christian Eriksen.
The midfielder Recovering from cardiac arrest In the first game in Denmark, it was remembered at the beginning of the last 16 games in Amsterdam, which once again inspired the teammates.
Forward Casper Dolberg scored a goal every half, while Joakim Mahler and Martin Braithwaite also scored late as Denmark defeated Wales 4-0 to enter the fourth European Cup in 2020. One-finals.
Dolberg started for the first time in the game and gave his team the lead with a beautiful individual goal in the 27th minute. He rolled into the top corner from outside the penalty area.
Earlier in the second half, he doubled Denmark’s advantage in Amsterdam, and after Wales failed to clear a right-wing cross from Dolberg’s striker partner Martin Braithwaite, he relentlessly pounced on a loose ball.
Braithwaite missed an obvious opportunity to increase Denmark’s lead, but Maehle secured the victory in the 88th minute.
When Harry Wilson made a wild tackle against Maehle in overtime, Welsh’s frustration spread.
Brethwaite finally got the goal he desired by a goal difference at the time of death, even though he had to wait to score after a lengthy VAR review.
The victory allowed Denmark to enter the continental quarterfinals for the second time since it unexpectedly won the championship in 1992, and will date the Netherlands or the Czech Republic in Baku next Saturday.
Since Eriksson suffered a cardiac arrest earlier in the game, Denmark has won the support of many neutral players. They played in Copenhagen for the first time in the game, but they can still count on strong support.
Thousands of Danes came to the Dutch capital and outnumbered Welsh at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
Wales had a series of early offenses and the talisman Gareth Bale almost gave them an early lead and almost missed the target when shooting from long range.
Kasper Hjulmand’s team also did not have their injured forward Yussuf Poulsen, who scored in a 2-1 victory over Belgium and a 4-1 victory over Russia, which put them into the round of 16.
However, as a sign of team unity, the player joined his team to sing the national anthem on the court before kick-off, standing side by side with the bench players and the coaching staff.
Dolberg made up for Poulsen’s absence, and after Wales made a stronger start, the Danish team took the lead.
Since then, Denmark has hardly looked back, dominating the ball and opportunity, because Wales failed to reproduce the famous fighting spirit that reached the semi-finals in France five years ago.
“It’s totally crazy. I don’t actually know how I feel. It’s totally crazy. It’s surreal. For me, everything starts from here, and it’s really like playing here again in this case It’s crazy,” Dolberg, who had played for Ajax, told Danish broadcaster DR.
At the same time, Welsh captain Bell said his players were “frustrated and angry, but I would rather we go out like kicking and screaming instead of firing and doing nothing”.
“We missed an opportunity, but the one thing we can’t go wrong is the hard work the boys showed. I’m still proud of them.”