Football Match Denmark Goalkeeper Called the Penalty Payment
The referee scored their second goal to give England a penalty in extra time in a 2-1 win over England Denmark in the Euro 2020 quarter-final at Wembley on Wednesday, the only controversy in the competition. While preparing for the spot-kick, someone in the crowd started firing a laser at the face of Denmark goalkeeper Caspar Schmeichel, a shameful act that caused outrage among fans and demanded to identify the culprit and forbid him to appear in person. Football match for life.
Despite the incident, notably, Caspar saved a penalty but Kane was able to throw the ball into the net to send England to the big international final for the first time in 55 years. However, the former player has reacted sharply as a result of the penalty against Rahim Sterling. It’s a clear dive, said Haman, a former German international.
“It simply came to our notice then. Caspar’s father, former Denmark goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, called the penalty payment a “big mistake” in the penalty shootout, he told BEIN Sports. “It simply came to our notice then. Somehow, it’s very hard to accept because it’s not penalized. Sterling, however, defended the decision. “I hit the box, he stuck his right leg, and he touched my leg so it was a punishment,” Sterling says. England, who have never won the Euros, will now face Italy in the final on Sunday. Kane admits that the final clash at the top will not be very easy.
Incredible – what a game Denmark’s achievement though, said Kane.” We dug deep and got there when it was important. We really responded – we’re sitting at home in the final, what a feeling. It’s going to be a very tough game, one more game at home and we can’t wait.