World Cup

TITLE TEAMS: France v Denmark
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
 Full TimeFOX/NBCU
HT: 0-0
Luzhniki Stadium (Attendance: 78,011)
Referee: Sandro Ricci
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Denmark vs. France
Minute Commentary
Thank you for joining our coverage of yet another exciting morning of World Cup action! Please tune back in later for the afternoon games as Croatia face off with Iceland and Nigeria take on Argentina.
France claim the group as they split the points today with the Danish. Their performance was clearly one that sought to earn this result as they rarely pushed far enough forward looking to find a winner. Denmark, though, must feel like they failed to capitalize on a few opportunities throughout today's match as a win would have seen them through to the knockout rounds as the winners of Group C. The two teams await the results of the final two matches today as that will determine who they play this weekend.
The final whistle blows in Moscow and brings out a chorus of boos from the fans at Luzhniki Stadium. France and Denmark draw in this tournament's first scoreless match.
Kylian Mbappe weaves his way around several defenders down the right side of the box and tries to cut back a pass to Olivier Giroud. The pass is hit with far too little pace which allows Simon Kjaer ample time to step in, intercept the ball, and clear the danger.
If neither team is able to find the back of the net in the upcoming few minutes of stoppage time, then this game will be the first scoreless match of the 2018 World Cup.
Simon Kjaer and Olivier Giroud tangle in the area leading to the Frenchman going to the ground calling for a penalty. Sandro Ricci, though, sees right through the striker's clear and obvious dive. It does not even appear that this play will even receive a VAR review as it was a poor acting job by Giroud.
Nabil Fekir uses his left foot again to send a shot on goal from outside the area! This time his effort is place on target as it curls just inside the near post, but Kasper Schmeichel tracks the ball down and makes a textbook diving punch to send the ball out of the box.
Olivier Giroud chests down a pass at the top of the area with his back to goal and attempts an ambitious volley on goal. The effort sits up for him well, but his shot is completely misplaced as it flies high and wide of the Danish keeper's goal.
Benjamin Mendy swings in a cross from the left flank and picks out a leaping Olivier Giroud at the penalty spot! Giroud attempts a flicked header toward goal, however his effort lacks aim as it soars high and wide of Kasper Schmeichel's goal.
Nabil Fekir makes his presence felt immediately as he finds a nice little pocket of space on the left side of the penalty area. The winger then rifles a left footed shot that initially looks perfect, though Kasper Schmeichel sees the attempt all the way as he watches the ball fly just wide of his near post and out for a goal kick.
Didier Deschamps will use France's second substitution of the day to bring out Antoine Griezmann for the talented attacking player Nabil Fekir. This is clearly a move to get Griezmann some rest before the knockout rounds while also getting Fekir some game time in a competitive match.
Raphael Varane elevates to intercept a long ball intended to Jens Stryger Larsen and makes a decisive clearance, however the Danish player goes down immediately holding his head. Varane was well within his right to go for the ball however his follow through definitely connected with Stryger Larsen's head and neck.
Christian Eriksen is the lucky recipient of a strange deflection that allows him to have another effort on goal! The right footed volley is struck low causing it to skip along the turf, however the aim is just off as it dribbles out of bounds just left of Steve Mandanda's near post.
Now that Peru is up 2-0 on Australia, Group C is essentially locked with France and Denmark both advancing. There is still a possibility that the Danes could find a goal to leap frog the French to take the group's top spot.
Steve Mandanda absolutely spills the ball after he stopped a long distance free kick taken by Christian Eriksen! The shot skipped off the turf which made it difficult for the keeper to control. The ball sat just a few feet from the keeper and was nearly deposited home by the charging Danish attackers, but Mandanda is able to scramble over to it and smother the ball in the nick of time.
51' SUB
Didier Deschamps decides to utilize an early second half substitution as he takes off Lucas Hernandez for Benjamin Mendy. What a terrific feeling it must be for the Manchester City man after he missed almost an entire season of play following a terrible injury and now to be playing in the World Cup for his nation.
Martin Braithwaite's first touch to collect the ball in the midfield is exceptionally taken and allows him to turn around a French defender. Realizing he's been beaten, Lucas Hernandez spins and throws in a rough sliding tackle that scythes down Braithwaite. A foul is called, but no card is shown for the physical tackle.
The second half is underway! The teams have switched ends and it will now be France that attack from left to right. Neither Age Hareide nor Didier Deschamps elect to make a change at the break, so we continue on with the exact same 22 players as to when this match started.
The Danes were the better team for a large majority of the first half creating a few chances and nearly earning penalty kicks on several different instances. France, on the other hand, struggled to do much of anything against this stout Danish Dynamite defense. They remained rigid at the back with Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, and Mathias Jorgensen functioning as an anchor in the center of the box.
Antoine Griezmann leads a counter attack that results in Mathias Jorgensen taking him down from behind to earn an easy yellow card. The French lineup to take the free kick but the whistle blows to end the half much to their dismay.
A loose ball falls to Christian Eriksen outside the area and the Tottenham man elects to have a shot. The right footed effort is struck with pace, though a French defender is right in the path to block it out for a corner kick.
Thomas Lemar lobs a ball over the top to a streaking Antoine Griezmann who lays it off to an open Olivier Giroud. Giroud blasts a right footed shot that flies over the crossbar, however the play is all for naught as the linesman's flag shoots up on the far side of the field to indicate that Griezmann was indeed offside on the original pass.
Ousmane Dembele blazes down the right side of the area to send in a chipped floated cross to the far post looking to find Olivier Giroud. The pass appears to hang in the air just long enough for the French striker to reach it, but Simon Kjaer intervenes to clear the ball out of the area.
Antoine Griezmann receives the ball just outside the area following a rapidly building French counter attack and decides to have a go on net from distance. Griezmann's shot is taken well, however it is placed right where Kasper Schmeichel stands in the middle of goal making his save completely routine.
Ousmane Dembele gets Thomas Delaney to bite on a nice fake outside the area. Dembele takes an extra dribble to avoid the leaping midfielder and hammer a long range shot. The effort is well struck, but is always bending wide of Kasper Schmeichel's far post.
Andreas Cornelius plays an absolutely perfect cross on the ground from the left flank that seemingly takes ages to reach Christian Eriksen at the penalty spot. Eriksen reaches the ball at the exact same instance as Steve Mandanda and Lucas Hernandez and the three collide. Again the Danes appeal for a PK, but this one appears to have been called correctly as the three all played the ball in a fair manner. Just an unlucky timing for the Tottenham superstar.
Thomas Lemar bends in a cross from a free kick on the left side of the attacking third. The cross is placed well at the far post, but Simon Kjaer is able to perform a deft flicked clearance to give France a corner kick.
A Danish corner is sent into the center of the box just as Olivier Giroud brings Thomas Delaney to the ground as the two fight for position. The play continues on with no foul called, however the Danes once again plead for a penalty kick to Sandro Ricci.
Djibril Sidibe swings in a cross from the left flank once again seeking to find Olivier Giroud, but the striker's club teammate Andreas Christensen pulls back into the area from the midfield to cut the pass off and clear it away from danger.
Lucas Hernandez combines with Olivier Giroud for a nice give and go inside the area that leads to the Chelsea striker having an attempt on goal. The shot is an interestingly taken left footed chip that nearly beats Kasper Schmeichel, however the keeper rises up and knocks it over the crossbar to grant France a corner kick.
The French appear completely out of sync on the attack and are clearly becoming frustrated. The Danish have been extremely rigid at the back with exceptional positioning so far.
Antoine Griezmann speeds down the right side of the field and whips in France's first cross of the match looking to link up with the large Olivier Giroud. Huddersfield Town's Mathias Jorgensen, or Zanka, is in position to make the easy clearance though.
Denmark are forcing the issue early against the French defense down the right wing! Martin Braithwaite and Christian Eriksen combine for a lovely series of passes to threaten Steve Mandanda, but N'Golo Kante is luckily in position to make a last gasp tackle to clear the danger.
Martin Braithwaite finds his way into the area and nearly to the edge of the six yard box, but the arms of Presnel Kimpembe wrap him up from behind causing the forward to go to the ground! Shouts for a penalty come from Denmark, however Ricci allows play to continue on with no foul called.
Brazil’s Sandro Ricci blows his whistle and this match is underway! The Danes attack from left to right in their red tops and white shorts, while the French wear a white shirt and navy blue bottoms.
Today’s venue Luzhniki Stadium opened in July 1956 and was most recently renovated in 2017. The stadium is located in a spectacular green space on the banks of the Moskva River just southwest of the Moscow city center. Luzhniki Stadium will host a total of seven matches in this year’s World Cup including the opening match which saw Russia thump Saudi Arabia 5-0 as well as the Final on July 15th.
As these two nations are both in UEFA they have a lengthy track record of playing one another. France owns the all time record of 8-1-4 spanning across several competitions including World Cups, UEFA European Championships, and International Friendlies. The two previous World Cup meetings occurred in 2002 when the Danes shocked the French by the score of 2-0 and in 1998. Their meeting at the France World Cup, which ended in a 2-1 win for France, also was a Matchday 3 game in Group C that resulted in Les Bleus claiming the top spot in the group while the Danes advanced to the knockout phases in second place.
Similarly, the Danish Dynamite have struggled thus far in the 2018 World Cup. They too eked out a 1-0 victory over Peru, conversely they split the points with a feisty Australian team nearly found a late winner several times. The Danes will likely be without William Kvist after the midfielder fractured two ribs and punctured a lung against Peru, but they will positively miss Yussuf Poulsen due to yellow card accumulation. Can Denmark earn the one point needed to confirm a spot into the next round or will the French open a door for the Australians?
Many believe that France began this tournament on the wrong foot with two poor performances against weaker teams, however they are the only team that has been confirmed of advancing to the next round in Group C. A late own goal gifted Les Bleus a victory over the Socceroos while a first half goal against Peru was enough to sneak out the three points last Thursday. Perhaps the French need to come up against a highly talented team to unlock their true capability and a team like Denmark will certainly provide them with that opportunity.
France Substitutes: Hugo Lloris, Benjamin Pavard, Samuel Umtiti, Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappe, Corentin Tolisso, Blaise Matuidi, Adil Rami, Nabil Fekir, Alphonse Areola, Benjamin Mendy, Florian Thauvin
France (4-2-3-1): Steve Mandanda; Djibril Sidibe, Raphael Varane, Presnel Kimpembe, Lucas Hernandez; N'Golo Kante, Steven N'Zonzi; Ousmane Dembele, Antoine Griezmann, Thomas Lemar; Olivier Giroud
Denmark Substitutes: Michael Krohn-Dehli, Jannik Vestergaard, Jonas Knudsen, William Kvist, Nicolai Jorgensen, Kasper Dolberg, Viktor Fischer, Jonas Lossl, Lukas Lerager, Frederik Ronnow, Lasse Schone
Denmark (4-3-3): Kasper Schmeichel; Henrik Dalsgaard, Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, Jens Stryger Larsen; Thomas Delaney, Mathias Jorgensen, Christian Eriksen; Pione Sisto, Andreas Cornelius, Martin Braithwaite
France and Denmark duke it out today at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow for the top spot in Group C! Kickoff between Les Bleus and the Danish Dynamite is right around the corner, stay tuned for our match preview as well as analysis of the starting lineups.
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Kasper Schmeichel1
Henrik Dalsgaard14
Simon Kjaer4
Andreas Christensen6
Jens Stryger Larsen17
90+2' Thomas Delaney8
45+3' Mathias Jorgensen13
Christian Eriksen10
60' Pione Sisto23
75' Andreas Cornelius21
Martin Braithwaite11
Jonas Lossl16
Frederik Ronnow22
Jannik Vestergaard3
Jonas Knudsen5
90+2' Lukas Lerager18
Michael Krohn-Dehli2
Williäm Kvist7
Lasse Schone19
75' Kasper Dolberg12
60' Viktor Fischer15
Nicolai Jorgensen9
16Steve Mandanda
19Djibril Sidibé
4Raphael Varane
3Presnel Kimpembe
21Lucas François Bernard Hdez 50'
13N'Golo Kante
15Steven N'Zonzi
11Ousmane Dembele 78'
7Antoine Griezmann 68'
8Thomas Lemar
9Olivier Giroud
1Hugo Lloris
23Alphonse Aréola
22Benjamin Mendy 50'
17Adil Rami
5Samuel Umtiti
2Benjamin Pavard
14Blaise Matuidi
6Paul Pogba
12Corentin Tolisso
10Kylian Mbappe 78'
18Nabil Fekir 68'
20Florian Thauvin
Age Hareide 
Didier Deschamps 
1Kasper Schmeichel
14Henrik Dalsgaard
4Simon Kjaer
6Andreas Christensen
17Jens Stryger Larsen
8Thomas Delaney
Substitution Lukas Lerager (on) 90+2'
13Mathias Zanka
Yellow Card 45+3'
10Christian Eriksen
23Pione Sisto
Substitution Viktor Fischer (on) 60'
21Andreas Cornelius
Substitution Kasper Dolberg (on) 75'
11Martin Braithwaite
16Jonas Lossl
22Frederik Ronnow
3Jannik Vestergaard
5Jonas Knudsen
18Lukas Lerager
Substitution Lukas Lerager (on) 90+2'
2Michael Krohn-Dehli
7William Kvist
19Lasse Schone
12Kasper Dolberg
Substitution Kasper Dolberg (on) 75'
15Viktor Fischer
Substitution Viktor Fischer (on) 60'
9Nicolai Jorgensen
Age Hareide 
16Steve Mandanda
19Djibril Sidibé
4Raphael Varane
3Presnel Kimpembe
21Lucas Hernández
Substitution Benjamin Mendy (on) 50'
13N'Golo Kanté
15Steven N'Zonzi
11Ousmane Dembélé
Substitution Kylian Mbappé (on) 78'
7Antoine Griezmann
Substitution Nabil Fekir (on) 68'
8Thomas Lemar
9Olivier Giroud
1Hugo Lloris
23Alphonse Aréola
22Benjamin Mendy
Substitution Lucas Hernández (off) 50'
17Adil Rami
5Samuel Umtiti
2Benjamin Pavard
14Blaise Matuidi
6Paul Pogba
12Corentin Tolisso
10Kylian Mbappé
Substitution Ousmane Dembélé (off) 78'
18Nabil Fekir
Substitution Antoine Griezmann (off) 68'
20Florian Thauvin
Didier Deschamps 
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Team Stats
DenmarkDEN FranceFRA
0 Goals 0
0 Assists 0
5 Shots 11
1 Shots on Goal 4
4 Saves 1
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
9 Crosses 26
4 Corner Kicks 2
1 Offside 1
10 Fouls Committed 10
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
38% Ball Possession 62%
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Kasper Schmeichel 90 - 0 0 0 4
4Simon Kjaer 90 0 0 0 - -
6Andreas Christensen 90 0 0 0 - -
8Thomas Delaney 89 0 0 0 - -
10Christian Eriksen 90 0 0 0 - -
11Martin Braithwaite 90 0 0 0 - -
13Mathias Jorgensen 90 0 1 0 - -
14Henrik Dalsgaard 90 0 0 0 - -
17Jens Stryger Larsen 90 0 0 0 - -
21Andreas Cornelius 75 0 0 0 - -
23Pione Sisto 60 0 0 0 - -
12Kasper Dolberg 15 0 0 0 - -
15Viktor Fischer 30 0 0 0 - -
18Lukas Lerager 1 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
16Steve Mandanda 90 - 0 0 0 1
3Presnel Kimpembe 90 0 0 0 - -
4Raphael Varane 90 0 0 0 - -
7Antoine Griezmann 68 0 0 0 - -
8Thomas Lemar 90 0 0 0 - -
9Olivier Giroud 90 0 0 0 - -
11Ousmane Dembele 78 0 0 0 - -
13N'Golo Kante 90 0 0 0 - -
15Steven N'Zonzi 90 0 0 0 - -
19Djibril Sidibé 90 0 0 0 - -
21Lucas François Bernard Hdez 50 0 0 0 - -
10Kylian Mbappe 12 0 0 0 - -
18Nabil Fekir 22 0 0 0 - -
22Benjamin Mendy 40 0 0 0 - -
DenmarkDEN vs. FranceFRA
Minute Event
90+4' Game Over Denmark 0-0 France
90+4' Half Over Denmark 0-0 France
90+3' Throw-In Benjamin Mendy (France)
90+3' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Blocked
90+3' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Blocked
90+2' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
90+2' Substitution Lukas Lerager (on). Delaney (off). (Denmark)
90+1' Cross Nabil Fekir (France) - Headed Out - Out of Play
90+1' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
90+1' Injury Time (France)
90' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
89' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Directly Out
88' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
88' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Clearance In Play
88' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
87' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Clearance In Play
85' Free Kick Benjamin Mendy (France)
84' Foul Kimpembe fouled by Kasper Dolberg (Denmark)
84' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
84' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Headed Out - In Play
83' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
83' Throw-In Benjamin Mendy (France)
82' Shot on Goal Nabil Fekir (France)
82' Free Kick Steven N'Zonzi (France)
82' Foul Kante fouled by Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
80' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
80' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
79' Shot Olivier Giroud (France)
78' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
78' Substitution Kylian Mbappe (on). Dembele (off). (France)
76' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
75' Substitution Kasper Dolberg (on). Cornelius (off). (Denmark)
74' Shot Olivier Giroud (France)
74' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Off Target
74' Throw-In Benjamin Mendy (France)
73' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
72' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
71' Free Kick Presnel Kimpembe (France)
71' Foul N'Zonzi fouled by Thomas Delaney (Denmark)
71' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
70' Shot Nabil Fekir (France)
69' Free Kick Raphael Varane (France)
69' Offside Viktor Fischer (Denmark)
69' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
68' Substitution Nabil Fekir (on). Griezmann (off). (France)
68' Foul Delaney fouled by Antoine Griezmann (France)
66' Cross Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark) - Clearance In Play
66' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
66' Cross Andreas Cornelius (Denmark) - Clearance In Play
66' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
64' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
63' Shot Viktor Fischer (Denmark)
63' Cross Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Off Target
63' Corner Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Off Target
62' Free Kick Andreas Christensen (Denmark)
61' Foul Delaney fouled by N'Golo Kante (France)
61' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
61' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
60' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
60' Substitution Viktor Fischer (on). Sisto (off). (Denmark)
59' Goal Kick Steve Mandanda (France)
59' Shot Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
59' Cross Pione Sisto (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
55' Shot Thomas Lemar (France)
54' Shot on Goal Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
54' Free Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
53' Foul Cornelius fouled by Raphael Varane (France)
53' Free Kick Simon Kjaer (Denmark)
52' Foul Cornelius fouled by Presnel Kimpembe (France)
52' Cross Benjamin Mendy (France) - Completed Pass
51' Shot on Goal Antoine Griezmann (France)
50' Free Kick Raphael Varane (France)
50' Substitution Benjamin Mendy (on). Bernard Hdez (off). (France)
50' Foul Kante fouled by Andreas Cornelius (Denmark)
49' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
49' Free Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
49' Foul Braithwaite fouled by Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
48' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
48' Foul Jorgensen fouled by Olivier Giroud (France)
48' Cross Antoine Griezmann (France) - Foul
46' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
46' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
46' Start Half
45+3' Half Over Denmark 0-0 France
45+3' Yellow Card Mathias Jorgensen (Denmark)
45+2' Foul Griezmann fouled by Mathias Jorgensen (Denmark)
45+2' Cross Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
45+2' Corner Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
45+2' Shot Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
45+1' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
45+1' Injury Time (France)
45' Shot Ousmane Dembele (France)
44' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
44' Offside Antoine Griezmann (France)
41' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
41' Foul Sisto fouled by Djibril Sidibé (France)
41' Cross Ousmane Dembele (France) - Headed Out - In Play
39' Shot on Goal Antoine Griezmann (France)
39' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
37' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
35' Cross Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France) - Defended
35' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
34' Free Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
34' Foul Eriksen fouled by Thomas Lemar (France)
34' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
33' Shot Ousmane Dembele (France)
33' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
32' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
31' Throw-In Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)
29' Cross Andreas Cornelius (Denmark)
29' Cross Antoine Griezmann (France) - Defended
27' Cross Ousmane Dembele (France) - Headed Out - In Play
27' Corner Kick Ousmane Dembele (France) - Headed Out - In Play
27' Cross Thomas Lemar (France) - Clearance Out of Play
27' Free Kick Thomas Lemar (France)
26' Foul Lemar fouled by Martin Braithwaite (Denmark)
26' Cross Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France) - Defended
25' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Blocked
24' Free Kick Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
23' Foul Bernard Hdez fouled by Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
23' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
22' Cross Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
22' Corner Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
20' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
20' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
20' Foul Jorgensen fouled by Olivier Giroud (France)
20' Goal Kick Steve Mandanda (France)
19' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
18' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Headed Out - In Play
18' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
16' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
16' Shot Raphael Varane (France)
16' Cross Thomas Lemar (France) - Off Target
16' Corner Kick Thomas Lemar (France) - Off Target
15' Shot on Goal Olivier Giroud (France)
14' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
13' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
12' Goal Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
11' Free Kick Thomas Lemar (France)
11' Foul Giroud fouled by Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
11' Free Kick Steve Mandanda (France)
10' Foul Kimpembe fouled by Martin Braithwaite (Denmark)
10' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
10' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
9' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
9' Cross N'Golo Kante (France)
8' Throw-In Djibril Sidibé (France)
8' Cross Antoine Griezmann (France) - Blocked
8' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
7' Throw-In Lucas François Bernard Hdez (France)
7' Goal Kick Steve Mandanda (France)
7' Shot Simon Kjaer (Denmark)
7' Cross Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Off Target
7' Corner Kick Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Off Target
6' Cross Martin Braithwaite (Denmark) - Blocked
5' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
5' Throw-In Henrik Dalsgaard (Denmark)
5' Free Kick Steve Mandanda (France)
4' Foul Bernard Hdez fouled by Andreas Cornelius (Denmark)
3' Free Kick Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
2' Foul Sisto fouled by Antoine Griezmann (France)
2' Cross Djibril Sidibé (France) - Clearance In Play
1' Start Half
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