Denmark held to a draw against Australia

22 June, 2018, 02:27 | Author: Eleanor Thompson

A solid defensive display against France won Australia plaudits but Bert van Marwijk's men are on the ropes.

With eight minutes remaining, Australia took off Rogic, who had an excellent game, and replaced him with Jackson Irvine, whose first involvement saw him fouled by Sisto with the Denmark man being booked.

R!' in joy after Dane Yussuf Yurary Poulsen was belatedly judged to have handled the ball in the penalty area following a Mathew Leckie header.

Denmark, on the other hand, are fully aware that Eriksen is the jewel in their crown, and will look to get him on the ball whenever they can, knowing victory will send them into the last 16 if Peru fail to beat France in the other Group C game.

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Robbie Kruse then had a strike blocked inside the Denmark box following smart work from Leckie in the 30th minute, but Australia were level from the penalty spot in the 38th minute.

"I think the tournament is over for him", van Marwijk added. If the referee gives a crappy decision against you, you used to always say "you'll get that one back".

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The second half started much like the first ended, with Australia looking the more confident side as they kept Denmark's defence busy with a number of half-chances. The last part of the puzzle is that we must make the difference by scoring one goal more than the opponent.

Rogic was heavily involved in Australia's push for a victor in the second half, and tested Leicester City man Schmeichel but could not find the elusive goal.

Peru missed a VAR-awarded penalty against the Danes in their first game, while Australia will feel justice has been served after they conceded a debatable penalty following video replays in the loss to France.

In a blow to their hopes, striker Andrew Nabbout looks set to be sidelined for the rest of the World Cup after he injured a shoulder falling awkwardly during Thursday's match.

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"We are a little bit disappointed by that but in total having four points from two games, things could be worse".



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