England did not play in their home country for the first time in this final European Tour, after four matches at Wembley. Next Wednesday, Denmark will be the opponent in the semi-finals in London. Wembley is also the date of the European Championship final next Sunday.
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Denmark, European champions in 1992, were very strong in the quarter-finals for the Czech Republic (2-1), which ousted the Dutch in the eighth final last Sunday.
Thomas Delaney (left) is happy with a 0-1 score.
The Orange did not have a single goal attempt in Budapest. Thomas Delaney gave Denmark the lead in the fifth minute in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. Kasper Dolberg doubled the score before the end of the first half. The former Ajax striker also scored two goals in the eighth final match against Wales (2-0).
Patrick Cech reduced the difference on behalf of the Czechs in the 49th minute. The striker scored his fifth goal in the European final. He followed in the footsteps of his compatriot Milan Barros, who became the top scorer in the 2004 European Championship in Portugal with five goals.
The other semi-final battle will be between Italy and Spain on Tuesday.
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