Denmark, future opponent of the Devils, wins against Bosnia (2-0)

The Danes took some offensive risks and on a service from Mathias Jensen, Braithwaite struck from the right but his sending was too central (11th). On the other hand, the FC Barcelona striker hit the nail on the head on a corner (18th). This goal woke up the Bosnians, who took the ascendancy and Sinisa Sanicanin, isolated in the center of the area by Amir Hadziahmetovic, missed his recovery from the right (24th). However, the last well-executed action was for the Danes but Braithwaite’s shot was blocked (43rd). In the second half, the Danes shot on goal more often. If the attempts of Jens Stryger Larsen from the left (52nd) and from the head (58th) were blocked, Daniel Wass unscrewed his shot (59th). The pace then dropped due to the large number of replacements. Among these, there was that of Cornelius (71st), who doubled the mark following a corner (74th). The Parma striker was less effective in an almost identical phase (83rd). On the Bosnian side, the Eupenois Smail Prevljak got into the game (56th).

Danish composition: Schmeichel – Stryger Larsen, Kjaer (46th Andersen), Christensen, Boilesen – Eriksen (59th Delaney), Wass (71st Cornelius), Jensen – Skov (70th Maehle), Dolberg (46th Wind), Braithwaite (46th Poulsen)

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Two teams from Group C at the Euro took action. Defeated 1-0 by England, Austria conceded a draw (0-0) against Slovakia at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna. The Netherlands beat Georgia 3-0 with goals from Memphis Depay from the penalty spot (10th), Wout Weghorst (55th) and Ryan Gravenberch (76th). North Macedonia and Ukraine complete the quartet.

At the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, England won 1-0 against Romania. Gareth Southgate has kept his team running by not lining up any Champions League finalists and by starting three players not selected for the Euro so far (James Ward-Prowse, Ben White and Ben Godfrey). Despite this surprising tactic, the English managed the first half but had to wait before creating the first real opportunity: a powerful recovery from the head of Dominic Calvert-Lewin struck on the crossbar (32nd). Jadon Sancho also saw his shot fail on the bar (38th) but rather passive in defense, the English were able to count on a save by Sam Johnstone in front of Deian Sorescu (43rd). After the break, the English came close to the goal several times, but they got hot when, on an error by Marcus Rashford, Alexandru Cicaldau spun towards the goal and shot aside (54th). England subsequently obtained two penalties: Rashford transformed the first (67th, 1-0) and Jordan Henderson missed the second (78th).

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At the Euro, the English were poured into Group D with Croatia, Czechia and Scotland, which beat Luxembourg 0-1 yet reduced to 10 from the 35th.

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