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Copenhagen. The Danish joy after Friday’s 3-1 victory over the Faroe Islands was dampened a bit by the conceded goal in the 90th minute.
Thus, Denmark did not succeed in going through the entire World Cup qualifier with a clean cage.
However, national coach Kasper Hjulmand is responsible for nine victories out of nine possible and a goal score of 30-1.
– It was mega annoying that the Faroe Islands scored in the end, but it must not overshadow the victory. It was fantastic with another victory in the qualification.
– We finished with the last match at home, and we are happy with the victory, says Hjulmand.
The Faroe Islands made it difficult for the Danish team to get rhythm in the game, the national coach believes.
– I want to give credit to the Faroe Islands, which provided for many game stops, so we had to start all over again. It was hard to get a flow in the fight.
– We are not happy with the collected goal, but as a coach it is important to be happy with the victory, says Hjulmand.
Now there is a final match away against Scotland on Monday in the World Cup qualifiers, and here Denmark can take its tenth victory.
– It was a pleasure to be in the Park again, and now we will try to go to Scotland and win the last one, Hjulmand states.
Midfielder Christian Nørgaard received a yellow card in the match against the Faroe Islands and is quarantined in the last match.
Hjulmand has not yet decided whether he will call in a replacement for Nørgaard. He must also have found out if Pierre-Emile Højbjerg can be ready to play against the Scots.
The national coach also keeps the opportunity open to send the offensive players Mohamed Daramy and Jesper Lindstrøm down to the U21 national team, which on Tuesday will play away against Turkey in the European Championship qualifiers.
/ ritzau /
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