Denmark have booked their place in the semi-final phase of the ongoing Euro 2020 tournament following their 2-1 win over the Czech Republic in Baku on Saturday.
First-half goals from Thomas Delaney (5) and Kasper Dolberg (42) put Kasper Hjulmand’s side in command and while Patrik Schick (49) pulled one goal back there was no late equaliser.
The result sets up a Wembley date with England or Ukraine for a Denmark team that lost their first two matches but have now scored 10 times in winning their last three.
Denmark enjoyed a bright start in their quarter final clash as Delaney calmly directed an header beyond the right hand of goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik and into the Czech net to give the Danish team the lead.
The second goal for the Danes came just before half but there was slight at the resumption of the second when the Czechs pulled one back but they could not build on that for an equaliser let alone a comeback win.