Netherlands: Stekelenburg, Van Der Wiel, Heitinga, Vlaar, Willems, Van Bommel, Nigel De Jong, Robben, Sneijder, Afellay, van Persie. Subs: Vorm, Mathijsen, Bouma, Kuyt, Huntelaar, Schaars, Strootman, Luuk De Jong, Narsingh, Boulahrouz, Van der Vaart, Krul.
Denmark: Andersen, Jacobsen, Kjaer, Agger, Simon Poulsen, Kvist Jorgensen, Zimling, Rommedahl, Eriksen, Krohn-Delhi, Bendtner. Subs: Lindegaard, Christian Poulsen, Bjelland, Okore, Schone, Silberbauer, Pedersen, Wass, Jakob Poulsen, Kahlenberg, Mikkelsen, Schmeichel.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp on Match of the Day: “The Netherlands are a dangerous team going forward but their back four looks average.”
Former Netherlands international Clarence Seedorf on Match of the Day: “I think the Netherlands dominated. But they weren’t determined enough to go for it. All of a sudden there was chance for the Danes and they scored.
Former Arsenal full-back Lee Dixon on Match of the Day: “Denmark didn’t get into game until they scored against run of play. They have a little bit of pace and Netherlands don’t look great at the back.
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
GOAL Netherlands 0-1 Denmark (Michael Krohn-Dehli)
Denmark have been completely under the cosh for the first 20 or so minutes and now they lead. Simon Poulsen’s run created it as the full-back drove deep into Dutch territory down the left. A deflection off his cross plays a major part as well to give Michael Krohn-Dehli possession outside the box, but after that it is all down to the Danish number nine. He cuts past Ron Vlaar into the box and then fires low past Maarten Stekelenburg. We’ve got a proper game on our hands now.