Kasper Dolberg doubled ahead of Joachim Mehle and Martin Braithwaite as Denmark defeated 10-man Wales 4-0, allowing the “Dairy Cow” to advance to the quarter-finals. The winner between Holland or Czech Republic and the “Red Dragon” are eliminated from the Euro 2020 round of 16 on Saturday, June 26.
Today (27 June 64) the Euro 2020 round of 16 football match at the Johan Cruyff Arena, Holland, “Red Dragon” Wales takes on the field against Denmark’s “Dairy Cow” to compete on Saturday. On June 26, 1964 at 11:00 p.m.
Started the game in the 10th minute, Wales made an offensive game by Aaron Ramsey knocking the ball for Gareth Bale before raising the channel and pressing with the left side of the tail. The ball hit hard, but knocked the pole out of the back like Unfortunately
In the 18th minute, “Red Dragon” continued to attack, and then it was Joe Allen who flowed the ball to Daniel James to try to look far with the ball from the right, but went into the envelope of Kasper Schmeichel to take it comfortably.
Later in the 27th minute, “Dairy Cow” to the ball made the game up before Mickel Damsgard to pay Kasper Dolberg to pull the rhythm and rock to find a spinning channel with the right. The ball curled into the goal beautifully, taking Denmark 1-0 up Wales.
In the 32nd minute, Denmark got a chance to win from the moment Mickel Damsgaard dragged the ball up and sent Kasper Dolberg to flick the ball, but didn’t pass the defense of Danny Ward’s hand.
Later in the 45+1 minute, Denmark had a chance from Martin Braithwaite’s cross on the right side, thrown past Joachim Mehle, caught the ball and shot with the right, but Danny Wo’s save. Guard to score more goals
Then the first half ended, Wales were 0-1 behind Denmark.
Returned to the game in the second half in the 48th minute, “Dairy Cow” countered by Martin Braithwaite, bringing the ball up front. Before crossing into the cut, Neko Williams, the backup defender of the “Red Dragon”, intercepted the ball, not cleared, came into the way of Kasper Dolberg, caught it with the left and shot with the right, not left, leading Denmark to lead Wales 2. -0
In the 53rd minute, Wales had a chance from Neko Williams’ cross into the box and Gareth Bale headed. but not full mismatch
Later, in the 88th minute, it was a continuation of the throw-in from the “Dairy Cow” team, before Matias Jensen opened the ball over the other side for Joachim Mehle to take the ball down before hooking the ball into the right and firing openly. Left to lead Denmark to leave Wales 3-0.
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After 90+4 minutes, “Dairy Cow” made another attack before Andreas Cornelius touched the ball for Martin Braithwaite to catch it and press it with the left. Passing through Danny Ward’s hand, Denmark drew 4-0 from Wales.
After that, no more doors. At the end of the match, Wales lost 0-4 to Denmark, causing the “Red Dragon” to be eliminated, while “Dairy” qualified for the quarter-finals as the first team to face the winner between Holland or the Czech Republic.
List of players of both teams
Wells System (4-2-3-1) : Danny Ward ; Conor Roberts (40 Neco Williams), Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Ben Davis ; Joe Morgan Harrell (Harry Wilson hrs. 60), Joe Allen; Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Daniel James (David Brooks 78) ; Kieffer Moore (Tyler Roberts 78)
Denmark System (3-4-2-1) : Kasper Schmeichel ; Andreas Christensen, Simon Kier (Joachim Andersen 77), Yannick Westergaard ; Jens Larsen (Nikolai Boylesen, 77), Pierre-Emil Heiberg, Thomas Delaney (Mathias Jensen, 60’s), Joachim Mehle ; Martin Braithwaite, Mickel Damsgaard (Christian Norgard, pp. 60) ; Kasper Dolberg (Andreas Cornelius n. 70)