Denmark Goals

Best Goal in World Cup 2018 Last 16 Day 2
The second day of World Cup 2018 last 16 offered a different kind of atmosphere compared to the first match day as all of the matches ended in penalty shoot out. Not only that there's simply not many goals being scored in the two games played, so picking up the best was kind tricky, though Mario Mandzuki's strike for Croatia that made the score 1-1 can be considered the best of the bunch.
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Croatia Heading for Quarter Final After Eliminating Denmark
Croatia making their way into the quarter final of World Cup 2018 after a thrilling penalty shoot out victory over Denmark on Sunday. Arriving in the last 16 as the slight favorite compared to their opponent, Vatreni were stunned early on as the Danish Dynamite got themselves in front within just seconds through Mathias Jorgensen's close range effort.
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Croatia vs Denmark (3-2)
After a thrilling start to the match, with both sides scoring in the opening four minutes, Croatia needed penalties to see off a brave Denmark side that played their most adventurous football of the competition but without reward.
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Croatia Target Quarter Final Ticket by Beating Denmark
Putting on an impressive display during their group stage, Croatia now are looking to prove their worth in the knock out stage as they gear up to face Denmark. Winning all of their three group games, Vatreni see themselves being tipped as favorite to go through, but that won't make them underestimate their opponent, as the Danish Dynamite have shown strong resilience in their previous games.
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Denmark vs France (0-0)
The first goalless draw of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ has seen Denmark progress to the Round of 16, joining today's opponents France - who top Group C ahead of the Danes. With ten changes across the two sides, there was a certain lack of cohesion to each team's play.
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Denmark Followed France Into the Last 16 After Goalless Draw
Denmark confirmed their passage into the next stage of World Cup 2018 despite only picking up one point on their final group game against France. Knowing that a draw will be enough to secure their path, didn't immediately set their game gunning for just a point as the Danish Dynamite did give their best early on.
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Denmark Aiming to Secure Knock Out Stage Spot Against France
Denmark are close to secure their place in the knock out stage of this year's FIFA World Cup tournament, but before getting there, they must face up against France and snatch at least a point from them.
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Denmark Held by Australia in an Exciting Encounter
Denmark ambition to secure a spot into the knock out stage of World Cup 2018 is halted as they only picked up one point from their second group game against Australia. Knowing that a win can ensure them a place in the next round, Danish Dynamite started the game in such aggressive fashion as they pushed forward vigorously in search for early goals.
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Denmark Eyeing Second Win to Secure Knock Out Stage Spot
Grabbing all three points from their first group game against Peru, Denmark are now gunning for their second victory which could also secure them a place in the knock out stage of World Cup 2018 in Russia.
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Denmark Snatched a Win from Wasteful Peru
Denmark started their World Cup 2018 campaign in the best possible fashion following their 1-0 victory over Peru on Saturday, giving them all three points and good chance in advancing into the next round.
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Peru and Denmark Hoping to Star World Cup Campaign With a Win
An interesting battle between two footballing nations from different continent set to occur on Saturday when Peru face up against Denmark at Mordovia Arena Saransk. Returning to the World Cup finals after 36 years of absent, Los Incas players will certainly feel tons of excitement and hunger of showcasing their worth in the tournament.
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Eriksen The Hero as Denmark Booked World Cup 2018 Place
Denmark grabbed the last World Cup 2018 ticket for European nation as they eliminated Republic of Ireland with a 5-1 away win in the second leg of their playoffs fixture. Drawing 0-0 in the first game, both teams were determined in getting maximum result as each of them have similar shots in getting to Russia.
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Denmark vs Portugal (0-1)
Portugal finally got their first win in Euro 2016 qualifier as they defeated Denmark 1-0 on Tuesday. Keen on redeeming themselves after suffering a shock defeat from Albania on their opening fixture.
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