England’s ‘favorite’ performance has gone from bad to worse

England’s ‘favorite’ performance has gone from bad to worse.

The Three Lions drew 1-1 with Denmark in their UEFA Euro 2024 Group C match at the Frankfurt Arena in Frankfurt, Germany, at 1:00 a.m. ET today (June 21).

With one point apiece, England and Denmark sit atop the group with four points (one win and one draw), while Denmark sits in second place with two points (two draws).

England lined up in a 4-2-3-1 formation. Harry Kane led the line up front, with Phil Foden-Jude Bellingham-Bukayo Sakho in the attacking second line. Declan Rice-Trent Alexander-Arnold protected the back four, while Kieran Trippier-Mark Gehiro-John Stones-Kyle Walker formed a back four. Jordan Pickford was in goal.

Denmark lined up in a 3-4-1-2 formation. Jonas Vinn-Rasmus Hojlund formed the attacking combination, with Christian Eriksen in the second line. 스포츠토토 Viktor Christiansen-Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg-Morten Hulman-Joachim Mellé made up the midfield, while Yannick Vestergaard-Andreas Christensen-Joachim Anersen formed the back four. Kasper Schmeichel wore the goalkeeping gloves.

England had the first shot on goal.

In the 13th minute, Walker shook off a defender on the right flank before crossing to Foden in the box. Foden took one step past his defender before firing a left-footed shot that went wide of the goal.

England opened the scoring in the 18th minute. Walker picked up the ball on the right side of the field and charged straight into the box before playing a low pass into the box. The ball deflected and found its way to Kane, who made no mistake with his left foot and slotted it home.

Denmark began to look to score more aggressively after the goal. They increased their time near England’s box and put more weight on their attacks.

Denmark equalized the game. The shots came thick and fast. In the 34th minute, Hulman received a pass from Christiansen and struck a straight right-footed mid-range shot from a long way outside the box. The ball flew low and fast, hitting the post before heading into the back of the net. Pickford threw his body out, but was unable to stop the ball as it hit the post.

One minute of first-half stoppage time was awarded.

Foden received a pass from Walker and took a left-footed shot, but again, he missed the target. The first half ended 1-1.

The second half was relatively uneventful. Both teams had chances and took shots at each other’s goal, but no further goals were scored. The game ended 1-1.

After the game, UEFA published an interview with England manager Gareth Southgate. “It was obviously not the performance we were hoping for. We’re not utilizing the ball well and we need to be better,” he said.

“In these two games, we should have put more pressure on the opposition. At the moment, we’re not flowing the way we want to,” said Southgate, who was unhappy with the performance.

“It’s difficult to take control of the game and that leads to shaky performances. If we want to go higher in the tournament, this definitely needs to improve. 토토사이트 순위 We need to analyze both matches in detail and work on them. We will work on this over the next few days. We want to be at a higher level,” he said.

Captain Harry Kane echoed similar sentiments.

“There are no easy games in the tournament. It’s showing that. There’s definitely a level we can reach. It’s a time for calm reflection and regrouping,” he said.

“Step by step, step by step we have to move forward,” he added.

England will face Slovenia on June 26, while Denmark will take on Serbia in their final group game.

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