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Denmark beat the Czech Republic 2-1

Denmark beat the Czech Republic 2-1

On Saturday afternoon (3), Denmark beat the Czech Republic 2-1, in the quarter-finals of Eurocop, in Baku, Azerbaijan. With this result, Denmark secured its place in the semi-finals of the tournament. Delaney and Dolberg scored the two goals of the match for the Danes and Patrick Schick for the Czechs.

Now, the Danish national team is waiting for the result of the match between England and Ukraine – which takes place today, at 16:00 (GMT) – to see who they face in the semi-finals of the Euro.

The other semi-final match between Italy and Spain will take place next Tuesday 09, at 4:00 pm (GMT):

the game

Danish start

Without giving the Czech Republic time to get used to the match, after just four minutes, Denmark opened the scoring. After a corner kick, Delaney, practically a free-of-the-mark penalty, headed to swing the net.

After the goal, the Danish team advanced on their lines and pressed hard, leaving no room for the Czechs.

Today’s boy, Damsgaard, had the ball to extend the advantage but missed it. The Danish striker touched the goalkeeper’s exit, but Koval passed it.

In 41 of the first stage, Maehle made a great cross, with Trivilla, the ball went into the small area, and Dolberg only completed it to increase the score.

Czech reaction

The second half started with the Czech Republic winning “all or nothing”. On the way back from the break, the Czech coach Jankto and Kremencic, put forward two attacking players.

In the first few seconds, Schmeichel fended off twice well. In three minutes, the Czech scorer reduced the Danish advantage. Koval crossed, the ball was low, but Patrick Chic He managed to turn around, to beat the Danish goalkeeper.

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New top scorer in Euro

With this goal, a check tied with Cristiano Ronaldo With five goals in the European Nations Cup artillery. Also, it equals Milan Barros, who was the top scorer of Euro 2004, was the Czech national team’s top scorer in one edition of the tournament.

More even finish

After the start of the overwhelming second half for the Czech Republic, Denmark found themselves in the match and the match was tied again. The two teams are equal in possession of the ball.

The Danish team’s good start, with its opening two goals, was decisive in determining the outcome of the match. Despite being better in the second stage, the Czech Republic could not reverse the negative score on the scoreboard.