Tonight is played in Wembley the second semifinalof Euro 2020. A match in which England, in addition to being local, is clear favorite against Denmark (21.00). These are the advantages that they could take advantage of the nordics to surprise and win your rival today:
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The truth is that the Euro they have done so far is impeccable. He could not start worse, with a defeat against weak Finland (0-1) and Erikssen’s scare. However, they have overcome and have stood against the prognosis, but deservedly, in the semifinals of the European Championship. The pressure is clearly on England.
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He was one of the young people to watch before starting the tournament. Damsgaard has become, with just 21 years of age (he did it on Sunday), the beacon of this team. He is the player who channels the entire Danish game and who gives meaning to his attack. Denmark has been able to find a star for the future who can give them a leap in quality at the national level, starting with this European Championship.
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It was difficult for Denmark to start in the scorer facet. Just 1 goal after two days, with two losses included. However, in the next three games he has scored 10 and is after Spain and Italy the highest scorer of the tournament. The best thing is that the goals are widely distributed, since they have scored Dolberg (3), Poulsen (2), Maehle (2), Christensen, Damsgaard, Braitwaithe and Delaney
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Undoubtedly one of the keys to the game for the Danes is to see if they are capable of withstanding the rival onslaught. England tamoco has shown itself as a team that embraces the opponents, and in fact had scored only 4 goals until the quarterfinals. However, their potential at the top is tremendous and it is for me the great weapon they have to try to win the Eurocup: Kane, Sancho, Sterling, Foden, Mount, …
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Since they were planted in the quarter-finals, comparisons with Denmark’s 1992 national team have not ceased to appear. They were not candidates to win at the beginning (that year they rebounded into the tournament) but they were getting rid of rivals and in the end they surprised to win a title that nobody would have bet on. Looking at how this European Championship started for the Danes, there are many similarities between that glorious competition and this one. You could keep it in mind tonight.