Denmark escaped with horror: – Huge drama

Denmark escaped with horror: – Huge drama

(Denmark-Northern Ireland 1-0) Jonas Wind scored and Barken’s beer mugs went up. But in extra time, newcomer from Northern Ireland Callum Marshall shocked Denmark.


The 18-year-old extended a header from veteran Jonny Evans into the goal almost four minutes into extra time. After a five-minute VAR session, Evans was eventually ruled offside before the goal.

From the television images, Judge Daniel Stefanski’s decision appears correct.

— a massive drama written by Extra Bladet, who describes the long interlude as “tremendous terror.”

The Walk Away: Here, Northern Ireland scores in extra time, but the score is overturned after a long VAR check.

– we celebrate – but it’s worrying, is BT’s verdict

Northern Ireland pressed on in the final minutes, but Denmark escaped in a panic.

West Ham Academy player Callum Marshall missed the most important goal in his life so far. The 18-year-old helped the club win the FIFA Youth Cup this season.

Disingenuous, but lost: Northern Ireland was eventually disqualified for the equalizing goal.

The three points were required after Denmark led 0-2 away in March, but lost 3-2 in Astana. Kasper Hjulmand’s crew is back on the winning track anyway.

Denmark – despite the World Cup fiasco – is expected to progress smoothly from Group H, with Finland beating Slovenia 2-0 in Helsinki earlier on Friday.

Parkin’s packed “Dearer and Indigo Land” delivered just before the start of the game. But the national anthem was the only thing that caused chills in Copenhagen before the break.

Blackpool striker Shane Lavery had an early shot on goal. Easily saved by Kasper Schmeichel.

Denmark had the ball and the match. But not the chances. Joachim Andersen had the only shot on the Irish goal just before half-time.

Match Winner: Jonas Wind celebrates Parkin’s only score of the evening.

Jonny Evans (35) rallied Northern Ireland’s defensive forces well into his 101 hat.

Andreas Skov Olsen – from Rooney Dela’s Club Bruges – has caused some problems for Northern Ireland left-back Trae Hume, on a daily basis at Sunderland. The Danes, however, struggled getting striker Rasmus Höglund to play the first 45 minutes.

But two minutes into the first half came redemption.

After a weak takedown from Ciaron Brown, on his knees, Jonas Wind had the opportunity. The Wolfsburg player pushed the ball in from a corner. 1–0.

Finally, as expected, Denmark took control.

Christian Eriksen took control of the game and tipped the ball forward to Højlund. The 20-year-old, who had scored five goals in his first two matches of the EC Qualifiers, was on the verge of extending the lead.

But Schmeichel had to invent again when Northern Ireland’s Isaac Price caught fire.

Then came the shock.

and rest.


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