28 years on from their dazzling triumph at Euro 1992, Denmark will be hoping to rework their name in history for this present summer’s version. Euro 2021 fans can book Denmark Vs Finland Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Euro 2021 will be a return to the competition for the Danes after they failed to qualify four years ago, although they banished those failings two years later in the 2018 World Cup, going on to reach the round of 16 stages before being toppled by eventual finalists Croatia on penalties.

Europe boasts some footballing titans with the likes of France, England *cough*, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, and Belgium all set to feature in the summer – the latter of whom are pitted against Denmark in the group stage, with their group completed by Russia and Finland.

Ahead of the summer, we’re going to assess Denmark’s key strengths at this summer’s European Championships. Euro 2021 fans can book Denmark Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

It may have come down to the final group match to ensure that Åge Hareide’s men reached the tournament without the need for a playoff match, but the fact is that Denmark rarely looked troubled during their qualifying campaign. Their only major slip up came during a 0-0 stalemate away at Georgia on matchday six.

Before that, they secured a commendable 3-3 draw in Switzerland and narrowly missed out on three points at home to Ireland. They would then go on to beat the Swiss on their patch before securing the point they needed against Mick McCarthy’s men to clinch the second spot in the group on the final matchday.

While four draws in an eight-game group stage can leave you lingering in dangerous territory, Denmark looked solid throughout. Euro 2021 fans can book Finland Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

In the biggest matches of their qualifying campaign they secured three draws and a win, and in doing so demonstrating a sufficient level of determination and mental toughness that will stand them in good stead when they go head to head with sides like Belgium in the summer.

There is steel about Hareide’s side that makes up for the lack of world-class talents in their team; if they’re not going to beat you, they’ll sure as hell make sure you don’t beat them. That isn’t to say there isn’t quality in the side, though. Far from it.

They boast one of the ​Premier League’s finest goalkeepers in ​Kasper Schmeichel, a safe pair of hands between the sticks with experience and leadership abilities that are the backbone of this Danish side.

Notably, they also possess one of the best-attacking midfielders England has played host to in recent years: ​Christian Eriksen. The former Spurs star’s quality is unquestionable, and against sides who will likely adopt a low block like Russia and Finland, his guile and nous in the final third will be crucial.

A midfield duo of Thomas Delaney and Lasse Schöne has bags of experience and offers stability in the center of the park, meanwhile captain Simon Kjær has been a rock in defense throughout qualifying.

This is a Denmark team that is tough to beat but boast enough quality in the right positions to ruffle a few feathers whoever they come up against. Sure, their qualifying group contained minnows Georgia and Gibraltar, but when you factor in their performances against their closest rivals, you’ll realize that they’re a well-drilled unit who make life difficult for the opposition.

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