Being one of the few teams outside of the ‘established nations’ to have won the Euro 2021 Championships, there is always a buzz around Denmark in a Euro summer. Euro 2021 fans can book Denmark Vs Finland Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Despite having failed to qualify for the 2016 tournament in France, the Danes bounced back and made it to the round of 16 at the World Cup in Russia last time out. Head coach Åge Hareide has got De rød-hvide competing at their best once more, remaining undefeated throughout the qualification campaign.

While the Danes may not exhibit breathtaking high-octane football, they’re incredibly adept at finding a way to get a result, even when clashing with some of the giants of international football.

With household names such as Christian Eriksen and Kasper Schmeichel, it’s easy to ignore the wealth of young talent sweeping through the Denmark team – some more established than others. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the hottest prospects the 1992 Euro winners have to offer.

Jacob Bruun Larsen

Having drifted around Borussia Dortmund’s childhood group for what feels like an unfathomable length of time, Bruun Larsen at long last escaped from Westfalenstadion on cutoff time day. Joining Hoffenheim in January, Larsen will be cheerful of having a more noteworthy effect in front of summer’s world-class competition – having highlighted only once for Denmark’s senior side before.

The left-winger has plenty of potentials, perfectly suited for running at players and driving at opposition full-backs. But a lack of game time, and often the final product, has left the Dane no other option but to move away from the nurturing home of ​Dortmund.

With competition for places at Hoffenheim nowhere near as high – considering he was trying to displace Jadon Sancho, Thorgan Hazard, and Julian Brandt at Dortmund – Larsen has a glorious opportunity to get a significant amount of minutes under his belt.

The 21-year-old has started no ​Bundesliga games this season and has recorded just two goals in the German first division. Euro 2021 fans can book Denmark Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Robert Skov

One man who Larsen will be competing with at Hoffenheim is Robert Skov. The 23-year-old joined the Bundesliga from Copenhagen this summer and has hit the ground running, with three goals and four assists in 16 starts.

The pacy and skillful right-winger has made four appearances for the national side, scoring thrice. The attacker also offers Denmark versatility, having featured frequently this season as a left-wing back for Hoffenheim, and taking to the position surprisingly well.

Skov has also been utilized as an attacking midfielder by Alfred Schreuder this term, playing off the striker and making deft runs in behind the opposition backline. Euro 2021 fans can book Finland Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Kasper Dolberg

Having burst on to the scene as a young striker at Ajax, Dolberg’s career looked set for stardom from the start. But the 6’1 big man struggled to find comfort in the Eredivisie, despite netting 43 goals in 119 games for the Dutch side.

The 22-year-old decided to make his big-money move to Nice last summer, and is slowly but surely finding his feet – having scored eight goals in 19 appearances. A powerful option upfront, he will likely be competing with RB Leipzig’s Yussuf Poulsen, as well as Leganes’ Martin Braithwaite and Parma loanee Andreas Cornelius, with the former the preferred striking option at present.

Dolberg has done well when called upon by his nation previously, scoring five objectives in 16 appearances. If the forward can continue to make waves in Ligue 1, then he may just find himself in the starting lineup for Euro 2021.

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