European Football Championship, Group C: Denmark will face Germany in the round of 16, England will win the group

European Football Championship, Group C: Denmark will face Germany in the round of 16, England will win the group

Both games in Group C end goalless. England secures first place with the draw. Denmark finishes second in the group – and will face Germany in the round of 16.

June 25, 2024, 10:55 p.m. Source: ZEIT ONLINE, dpa

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England and Slovenia and Denmark and Serbia both played out goalless draws in their final group matches. England finished the group stage in first place, while Slovenia also reached the knockout phase in third place. Denmark, as second in the group, will be Germany’s opponents in the round of 16. Both games were marked by close offside decisions, which led to goals being disallowed.

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England – Slovenia 0:0 (0:0)

England finished the group phase of the European Championship as group winners after a draw against Slovakia. In Cologne, the team led by Bayern star Harry Kane and a well-performing Slovenian team drew 0-0. Bukayo Saka scored what appeared to be the opening goal for England early on (20th minute), but the goal was disallowed due to an offside whistle. Slovenia also reached the knockout phase as third in the group.

Denmark – Serbia 0:0 (0:0)

Denmark and Serbia also played out a goalless draw in their last Group C match in Munich. Denmark, as second in the group, will be Germany’s opponent in the round of 16 on Saturday. The Danes almost lost the match with an own goal by Joachim Andersen (53′). However, the goal was not counted because Serbia’s Luka Jović was offside when he made his initial pass.

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England finished the group phase of the European Championship as group winners after a draw against Slovakia. In Cologne, the team led by Bayern star Harry Kane and a well-performing Slovenian team drew 0-0. Bukayo Saka scored what appeared to be the opening goal for England early on (20th minute), but the goal was disallowed due to an offside whistle. Slovenia also reached the knockout phase as third in the group.

Denmark and Serbia also played out a goalless draw in their last Group C match in Munich. Denmark, as second in the group, will be Germany’s opponent in the round of 16 on Saturday. The Danes almost lost the match with an own goal by Joachim Andersen (53′). However, the goal was not counted because Serbia’s Luka Jović was offside when he made his initial pass.

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