Euro 2024, Germany reach quarter-finals: Havertz and Musiala lead Denmark

Euro 2024, Germany reach quarter-finals: Havertz and Musiala lead Denmark

the Germania The hostess does not waste the opportunity and reaches the quarter-finals Euro 2024. The national team led by Nagelsmann beat them 2-0 DenmarkAt Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. After a goalless first half (interrupted by a very violent storm that hit Westphalia in the evening), the Germans found the advantage thanks to a penalty scored by Kai Havertz In 53′. The second goal came after a quarter of an hour by the Bayern Munich star, Jamal Musiala. The Germanschaft is now awaiting the winner of the match between Spain and Georgia, which is scheduled for tomorrow at nine o’clock in the evening in Cologne.

The first half

Germany started brightly and took the lead in the fourth minute thanks to Schlotterbeck’s header from a corner but the referee ruled it out for an offensive foul. Three minutes later, Schmeichel had to fly to tip Kimmich’s long-range shot over the bar. Kroos took a corner and Schlotterbeck headed the ball, forcing the goalkeeper to make another save.

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The Germans besieged the opposition defence and Schmeichel, who was once again a regular, saved a left-footed shot from Havertz in the 10th minute. In the 36th minute the referee temporarily stopped the game due to a violent storm that hit Dortmund. So the two teams returned to the dressing rooms, when the cold also set in. The meeting resumed after about 25 minutes of interruption. On his return, Schmeichel was immediately called upon to make another great save from a Havertz header. Finally, Neuer denied Hoglund’s effort at the end of a fast-paced second half.

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the other half

At the beginning of the second half, referee Oliver canceled Andersen’s goal due to offside, after the VAR signal, and in the 5th minute, the same former Sampdoria defender intercepted Raum’s cross from the left side with his hand. The match director is called back to VAR and awards the penalty kick to the Germans. Havertz appears from the penalty spot and puts the ball into the corner to make it 1-0.

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The Arsenal striker was unleashed and in the 14th minute he freed himself from two rivals with a high school trick and ran towards goal, but his dig at the outgoing Schmeichel ended wide. In the 21st minute, Hoglund crossed the ball with his left foot to make it 1-1, but Neuer again blocked his shot from a good position. A missed goal, a missed goal. Two minutes later, the Danish defense was surprised by a long throw from Schlotterbeck that evaded Musiala, who appeared in front of Schmeichel and beat him with his right foot, ending the final match 2-0. The result will not change anymore.

Jamal Mustafa


Germany (4-2-3-1) – new; Kimmich, Rudiger, Schlotterbeek, Raum (81′ Herniches); Andrich (64′ Emre Can), Cross; Musiala (80′ Wirtz), Gundogan (64′ Volkrug), Sane (87′ Anton); Havertz. ct: Julian Nagelsmann

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Denmark (3-5-2) – Schmeichel; Andersen, Christensen (81′ Christensen), Vestergaard; Mele, Delaney (70′ Norgaard), Eriksen, Hojbjerg, Bah (81′ Larsen); Skov Olsen (70′ Poulsen), Hoglund (82′ Wind). ct: Casper Hjulmand

Scorers: Havertz (d) (pen) 53′, Musiala (d) 68′.

Ammonites: Bah (D), Maehle (D), Andersen (D)

to rule: Michael Oliver (England)

Stadium: Signal Iduna Park (Dortmund)

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