Wales suffered a humiliating loss to Denmark this week in the European Championship (4-0).
Denmark started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, with Dolberg opening the rout, on 27 minutes, finalising the first half 0-1.
The Danes started the second half with an intensified spirit, with an early 2nd effort from Dolberg in the 48th minute. The momentum was now with Denmark, who then scored again through a goal from Mæhle at the 88 minute mark to establish a 3-0. They then scored again, increasing their advantage thanks to a goal from Braithwaite just before the final whistle to make it 4-0.
For Wales, Williams, Wilson, Brooks and Roberts, came on for Roberts, Morrell, James and Moore. Denmark brought on Jensen, Nørgaard, Cornelius, Boilesen and Andersen, to replace Delaney, Damsgaard, Dolberg, Stryger and Kjaer.
The referee booked Rodon, Moore, Brooks and Bale and Wilson saw the red card, for Wales.
Denmark now march on to the next stage, having dispatched their opponents in the last. This was a result that will give them renewed confidence going forward.
|Wales:||Ward, Rodon, Mepham, Davies, Roberts (Williams, min.40), Allen, Morrell (Wilson, min.59), Ramsey, James (Brooks, min.78), Bale and Moore (Roberts, min.78)|
|Denmark:||Schmeichel, Kjaer (Andersen, min.77), Vestergaard, Christensen, Delaney (Jensen, min.60), Højbjerg, Mæhle, Stryger (Boilesen, min.77), Damsgaard (Nørgaard, min.60), Dolberg (Cornelius, min.70) and Braithwaite|
|Stadium:||Johan Cruyff Arena|
|Goals:||Dolberg (0-1, min. 27), Dolberg (0-2, min. 48), Mæhle (0-3, min. 88) and Braithwaite (0-4, min. 94)|