Denmark’s new Social Democratic government said it would pour more money into healthcare, education and the welfare system, following through on its campaign pledge to reverse years of cuts by previous administrations.
Denmark may have achieved one goal by reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2020 at Wembley but, inspired by a “proud” Christian Eriksen, they have no intention of stopping there. A 2-1 victory over the Czech Republic on Saturday propelled
England will take on Denmark in the last four in their bid to win a major title for the first time in 56 years. England finished the first round on the top of their group and saw off archrivals Germany in round of 16 to remain on course for the title.
England is gripped by Euro 2020 fervour as Gareth Southgate’s men prepare to take on Denmark for a place in the final of a major tournament for the time in 55 years. England will walk out to a wall of noise at Wembley on Wednesday
Denmark will be dreaming of following in the footsteps of the side who claimed a shock European title in 1992, but standing in their way of a semi-final place at Euro 2020 on Saturday are the Czech Republic, who have sent them packing before.
However, it is also being speculated that his decision might have been prompted by the Euro heartbreak. He had led the team in the group stage games but could not play in the round of 16 match against Netherlands due to an injury, which forced him out.
Kane broke the deadlock as early as in the fourth minute to put England 1-0 ahead. He picked up a pass from Raheem Sterling and slotted home the opener to the left side of the goal.
Gareth Southgate has urged England to conquer one last “massive hurdle” as they aim to cap their historic Euro 2020 campaign with victory against Italy in Sunday’s final. England reached their first final in 55 years on Wednesday as Harry Kane settled a tense semi-final against Denmark
Denmark captain Simon Kjaer said he was disappointed their unforgettable Euro 2020 run came to a halt in the semi-finals following Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to England. “It’s been a fantastic adventure. I’m sorry that it’s now finished but that’s how it is,” Kjaer told Danish