Wales National Team were on Saturday night humiliated out of the ongoing Euro 2020 Football competition by the Danish National Team who had started the competition with 1-0 loss against Finland in their opening game.
The Danish national team booked a place in the last 16 of the prestigious Euro competition with 3 points after they defeated Russia by 4-1 in the last group match even without their star player and captain, Christian Eriksen who was ruled out of the competition after he suffered a heart attack during the first half of the team’s first match.
Giving that the team’s play-maker has been ruled out of the competition, many book makers doubted the possibility of Denmark to reach the quarters final stage of the competition as they play against Wales national team with the likes of Gareth Bale, Daniel James, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen in the mix.
Wales team was so out played that they could on force Kasper Peter Schmeichel (Leicester City Keeper) and Denmark’s national team keeper to make just one save in the entire 90mins of play.
Four goals unreplied from Kasper Dolberg on the 27th and 48th minutes, Joakim Maehle (88th mins) and Martin Braithwaite on the 90th minutes were all the Danish team needed to ensure that they sent Highly rated Gareth Bale and teammates packing from the European Football competition.
The center refree had absolute control of the entire minutes didn’t spare Wales National players who saw five yellow cards and one red card with the team finishing the game with ten men as Harry Wilson who was booked in the 90th minute over what the center referee saw as a rash challenge on Joakim Maehle after Wilson attacked him from behind.
Meanwhile, the Italian National Team, this night defeated Austria 2-1 to qualify for the quarter finals and to also maintain their unbeaten run in the 2020 Euro competition.
The goals for Italy came through Federico Chiesa (95th minute) and Matteo Pessina (105minute) while Australia’s consolation goal came through Sasa Kalajdzic in 114 minutes of the thrilling encounter with its 1st half ending in a goal draught.
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Five yellow cards were issued in the match in the encounter that saw three going to Austria while two went to the Italian team.