Beaten in overtime by England after a contentious penalty to say the least, the Danes had it bad at the end of the meeting.
Denmark’s dream has come to an end. Surprise guest of the last four of Euro 2020, the Danes have indeed seen their journey stop at Wembley. The fault with their defeat recorded in overtime against England (2-1). An elimination all the more cruel than conceded on a penalty generously awarded to the Three Lions.
The VAR may have validated the referee’s decision, the contact on Raheem Sterling appears light to say the least and two balloons were on the ground at that time. Enough to enrage the men of Kasper Hjulmand. “We are proud but also very disappointed because we thought we could have gone further. The way we lost makes it really, really hard to figure out, thus entrusted a Martin Braithwaite beaten down. I have to be careful what I say but we are 100% disappointed. “
Same disappointment in the mouth of his coach. “I saw that there should have been no penalty so it’s something that annoys me, I’m disappointed”, he said. The bell sound was totally different in the mouths of the winners. “There was absolutely a penalty, I entered the box, he placed his leg in opposition and there was clearly a penalty”, thus explained Raheem Sterling at the microphone of ITV.
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