Lost, perhaps, in the drama surrounding Christian Eriksen’s collapse during Denmark’s game against Finland at the European Championship was the result after play resumed. The Finns, playing in their first ever game at a major soccer
Joel Pohjanpalo scored the only goal on the hour mark of a Group B match which was stopped for nearly two hours after Danish playmaker Eriksen slumped to the turf towards the end of the first half.
Kasper Schmeichel described his feelings after Denmark’s win over Russia at the European Championship with one word. ”Euphoria,” the goalkeeper said. That sense of unbridled joy is a nice feeling for a team that’s been through, as Schmeichel put it, ”a turbulent
Italy’s unbeaten streak won’t last forever, and Austria coach Franco Foda is plotting to be the one to stop it. The Italians have become one of the favorites at the European Championship after winning all three of their games in the group stage, scoring seven goals
Kasper Dolberg scored a brace to steer Denmark into the quarterfinals with a 4-0 victory over a hapless Wales on Saturday.
Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen put up a gritty performance, beating Georgia Hall in the play-off, to claim the inaugural Saudi Ladies International title on Sunday.
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.
It is only in the time of crisis that true leaders shine. While Denmark's Christian Eriksen had to be revived by medics during the Euro 2020 match on Saturday, the captain of the team Simon Kjaer, shone through the dark moment like a star.
Queen Margrethe II announced last week that the four children of her youngest son, 53-year-old Prince Joachim, would no longer be able to use the title of prince and princess after January 1.
Trouble is brewing from one end of Europe to another end of Asia. Leaks in the under-sea gas pipelines from Russia to Europe passing through the territorial waters of Denmark and Sweden have raised alarm in the two Scandinavian countries as well as in Europe. The Nord Stream I and Nord Stream II, the gas pipelines had shown signs