Euro 2020 – Wales-Denmark
We are heading to the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam where Wales faces Denmark in the first 1/8-final of the European Championship. Now it’s a really good time for us to offer you a preview for this match.
For a second consecutive time Wales reached the knockout phase of the Euro and that’s a huge success for this British nation. They did it regardless of the circumstances. Their manager Ryan Giggs was unable to lead the team this summer, but the caretaker Robert Page is doing such a fine job so far.
Four points were enough for the Dragons to reach the 1/8-finals of the Euro 2020. The crucial result here was the 2-0 win over Turkey. In their last game they suffered a 0-1 defeat against Italy, but regardless of this they qualified for the knockout phase.
The biggest problem for Wales right now is the suspension of Ethan Ampadu. The 20-years old was sent off in the game against Italy, so he’s missing the next match.
Denmark needed a miracle to reach the 1/8-finals and they got it. After two losses in their first two matches the Scandinavians qualified for the knockout phase after a stunning 4-1 win over Russia. At the same time Belgium won against Finland, and made a huge favour to the Red Dynamite.
For Denmark it was an amazing night against Sbornaya at the Parken. The 20-years old Mikkel Damsgaard opened the score with a terrific strike while Yussuf Poulsen, Andreas Christensen and Joakim Mahle finished the job for the Scandinavian team. It was such a heroic performance which the Danish fans won’t forget soon.
That’s our preview for the Euro 2020 1/8-finals game between Wales and Denmark in Amsterdam. Can the Dragons make another step in the right direction? Or maybe Denmark will make another inspired performance?