At 3 o’clock in the morning on July 8th, Beijing time, the second game of the 2020 European Cup semi-finals began. England faced Denmark at Wembley Stadium. At the end of the first half, the two sides drew 1-1. In the 29th minute, Damsco scored a direct free kick for Denmark to take the lead; in the 39th minute, Saka made an own goal to help England equalize the score.
The two sides have played 21 games in history. England’s record of 12 wins, 5 draws and 4 losses has an absolute advantage, scoring 36 goals and conceding 20 goals. Among them, there was and only one confrontation in the European Cup main match, which dates back to the 1992 European Cup group. In the first round of the game, the two sides ended 0-0 within 90 minutes. It is worth mentioning that the Danish team created a fairy tale in that game. They eventually advanced to the final and won the European Cup for the first time. The last time the two teams met was in the UEFA Europa League last year. Denmark first drew 0-0 at home, and then relied on Eriksson’s goal to win 1-0 against England. In the quarter-finals of this European Cup, England swept Ukraine 4-0 to advance, and Denmark eliminated Czech 2-1.
In this game, in England, Harry Kane led the start, Sterling, Mount, Stones and others all played; in Denmark, Milan star Kjaer appeared, and Schmeichel guarded the gate. In the 6th minute, England took the lead in creating a threat. Harry Kane crossed the penalty area from the right, and Sterling beat the ball in the middle of the game.In the 12th minute, Luke Shaw made a long pass. Harry Kane removed the ball and passed it diagonally to the left. Sterling got the ball inside the penalty area and shot with his right foot. Schmeichel easily hugged the ball.
In the 15th minute, Pickford played with fire in the backcourt and quickly grounded the ball to the right side of the perimeter and was directly interrupted by Damsgao. The latter then knocked it across. Brethwaite was shot near the left side of the arc in the penalty area. block.In the 25th minute, Damskoe and Dolberg passed the ball continuously and then dribbled the ball into the penalty area with his right foot and shot slightly wide.
In the 29th minute, Lukeshaw knocked down Christensen in the center of the periphery, Denmark got a free kick opportunity, and then Damsco took a direct right-footed bombardment. The ball flew over the wall and into the goal. Pickford made it. Made every effort to save, but still unable to recover, Denmark leads, 1-0! It needs to be pointed out that this is also the first time England has conceded a goal in this European Cup, and the record of 5 consecutive games of the Three Lions has been lost.
In the 35th minute, Harry Kane took the ball and advanced to the center of the periphery and was knocked down by Delaney. England got a free kick in the same position as Denmark before, and Sterling took the penalty directly and was blocked by the wall.In the 38th minute, Saka scored the ball and Harry Kane knocked on the right side of the penalty area. Sterling inserted a right-footed shot and was saved by Schmeichel.
Only 1 minute later, Harry Kane made a straight pass from outside the penalty area, and Saka followed up with the ball on the right side of the penalty area and swept the front midway. Sterling outflanked the push and the ball hit Kjaer and bounced on the goal. England equalized. The score, 1-1!
At the end of the first half, the two sides drew 1-1.
The lineup of both sides:
England (4-2-3-1): 1-Pickford/2-Walker, 5-Stones, 6-Maguire, 3-Lukeshaw/4-Rice, 14-Phillips/ 25-Saka, 19-Mount, 10-Stirling/9-Harry Kane
Denmark (3-5-2): 1-Schmeichel/3-Westergau, 4-Kyar, 6-Christensen/5-Mehr, 23-Hoibel, 12-Dalberg, 8-Draenei, 17-Strieg/9-Brythwaite, 14-DarmsgaardReturn to Sohu to see more
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