The Denmark national team reached this Saturday the semifinal round of the Eurocup by winning by 1-2 against the Czech Republic at the Baku Olympiad, thanks to the goals of Delaney and Dolberg in a good Danish first half, and the control of the reaction of the fifth goal by Schick, a shared top scorer in the competition.
The Danes have not stopped growing from day one. From the tremendous scare of seeing the life of Christian Eriksen in danger, to be the surprise of the tournament, waiting for Ukraine or England for a place in the final. Delaney made things easy with his goal at five minutes and before the break Dolberg doubled the rent.
It was a busy first half, which the Czech Republic knew how to face up to despite adversity. He sent the Danish punch, but the resumption of the second half was in a whirlwind in the Czechs and brought the fifth goal in the tournament for Schick. The moment of Jaroslav Silhavy’s was fading and Denmark took the ticket to Wembley.
The 1992 European champion allows herself to dream after almost disappearing from the map for the last 17 years. In a corner kick that was only finished off by Delaney, the script was written by Denmark. Schick wasted no time in pulling the Czechs out, but Danish occasions, more against As the minutes passed, they were clear.
Damsgaard and again Delaney forgave. On the brink of rest, a A tremendous pass with the outside of Maehle was finished off by Dolberg in the 0-2. Forced to go upstairs, the Czechs complied with Krmencik’s entry, on a succession of occasions that meant the 1-2 the Schick, still inspired by his right leg, the least good, the tournament’s top scorer alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
Kasper Hjulmand moved the bench to try to regain ground and, with Poulsen, Denmark came out of the cave. Despite not having the aim to sentence, it did work as a revulsive and definitive wear for the Czechs. Gasoline did not give Jaroslav Silhavy’s men to continue with the pressure or go down to defend.
Vaclik avoided the sentence of Denmark although it was not necessary since the Czechs did not threaten another chapter of excitement in this Euro. On Wednesday at Wembley, the Danes have a date with their history in search of the final, like the one they played 29 years ago, now with a Hjulmand on the bench since last summer.