Soccer News – Denmark-England
Denmark and England will go toe to toe at the Telia Parken in Copenhagen in a match from League A’s Group 2 of the Nations League. We have all the reasons we need to watch this game – it should be an exciting one. Let’s take a look at it.
Denmark didn’t start their Nations League campaign in the way they wanted to. The Scandinavians had a very difficult home against Belgium and they were unable to oppose them. The Red Devils scored one goal in each one of the two halves and secured the win. We can say Denmark didn’t play a bad game, but Kasper Hjulmand’s boys had to congratulate their opponents with the win.
Hjulmand could be doing some changes for the next game. Players like Cornelius, Jorgensen and Mahle entered the pitch as substitutions against the Belgians, but they could get a starting spot for the next game. Players like Bruun Larsen and Rasmus Falk could be in contention for a start as well.
England had some luck, but they kicked off successfully their Nations League campaign. The Three Lions had to wait until the 91th minute to score their winner. They recieved a penalty kick and Raheem Sterling turned it into a goal for a 1-0 win.
The manager Gareth Southgate has some problems before the next game. The right back Kyle Walker was sent off against the Vikings, so most likely he’d be replaced in the starting eleven by Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold.
That’s the most important information you need before the Nations League game between Denmark and England on Tuesday. The Danes will look for their first points in the competition for the 2020/21 season, why England are aiming to achieve a second consecutive win. They know that fighting with Belgium for the first place in the group won’t be easy at all.