England and Denmark will play the second semi-final match at the ongoing Euro 2020 at the Wembley Stadium in London on Wednesday, July 7.
The Three Lions of England’s team is really in high morale for their 4-0 win over Ukraine national team in one of the quarter-final matches in the Euro 2020 tournament. This is the first time they had scored four goals in the quarterfinals of a major competition since the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final. The three Lions of England team members have not yet conceded a goal in the competition so far.
THE DENMARK NATIONAL TEAM HAD BEEN THE BETTER WHEN THEY MEET ENGLAND THREE LIONS
When both teams met last year during the UEFA Nations League match in the year 2020 Christian Eriksen scored the winner from the spot at Wembley.
Denmark’s national team had improved tremendously so far in the ongoing Euro 2020 and had scored 11 goals so in the tournament.
This set of England players had done something their colleagues had not yet done in the last 25 years.
Some soccer pundits had made the match Prediction: England 2 – 1 Denmark
POSSIBLE LINE-UPS OF BOTH TEAMS
England: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane
Denmark: Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjær, Vestergaard; Stryger, Højbjerg, Delaney, Mæhle; Braithwaite, Dolberg, Damsgaard
WHAT THE MANAGERS OF THE TWO NATIONAL TEAMS SAID
The England manager Gareth Southgate tells UEFA: “We have the correct opportunity. This chance to make history as we had never reached the European Championship grand finale before. The team is not under pressure; this is another challenge we need to take on, and they are rising to these challenges. We get two games with Denmark for autumn.
I know that they are a good team and they had proved it in this tournament. This shall be a fantastic game to be part of.”
Kasper Hjulmand, Denmark coach: “It seems we are playing an away game, but that one also has its own beauty, so actually we are looking forward to that.
We are happy that people will be in the stadium as football fans had returned to the stadium, although obviously we like fans inside the stadium wear Danish colours. Our motivation is to silence the home fans, but we know it will be difficult.”
The winner of this match will face either Italy at the Wembley Stadium on Sunday, July 11