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Germany defeats Denmark to start its Euro campaign strong

Germany defeats Denmark to start its Euro campaign strong

Germany defeats Denmark to start its Euro campaign strong

Germany defeats Denmark to start its Euro campaign strong

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  • Germany beat Denmark 4-0 in their Euro 2017 Group B opener.
  • Alexandra Popp adds a gloss to the scoreline late on with her 54th goal for her country.

Germany offered to come out on top for a record 10th European Championship got off to an earnest beginning as they beat Denmark 4-0 in their Group B opener on Friday.

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An early strike from Lina Maghull and last part objectives from Lea Schuller, Lena Lattwein, and Alexandra Popp at the Brentford Community Stadium guaranteed Germany watched out for their record of never losing an initial match in Euros.

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It was sweet retribution for the Germans who lost 2-1 to Denmark in the quarter-finals of the past competition in 2017. The Danes proceeded to wrap as other participants that year, yet couldn’t adapt to an uncontrolled Germany this time round.

Germany shook the woodwork multiple times in the initial 15 minutes yet at long last made the forward leap in the 21st when Magull pursued protector Stine Pedersen and won the ball to go through on objective and rifle it past goalkeeper Lene Christiansen.

Martina Voss Tecklenburg’s side might have expanded their lead before halftime however were either defeated by Christiansen or their own wickedness.

Christiansen did well to deny Magull right off the bat in the last part when she tipped wide a long-range exertion from the midfielder. Notwithstanding, from the subsequent corner Schuller rose most noteworthy to meet Magull’s cross and head in Germany’s second.

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Denmark barely compromised and surrendered a third in the 78th moment when substitute Lattwein terminated in a knockdown from midfielder Lena Oberdorf.

One more substitute Popp, who missed the 2017 competition through injury, put a sparkle on the scoreline late on with her 54th objective for her country, while Denmark had 19-year-old Kathrine Moller Kuhl shipped off right toward the end briefly reserving.

Germany top the gathering on three focuses with Spain who beat Finland 4-1 prior. Denmark’s next take on Finland is on Tuesday, while Germany plays Spain sometime thereafter.

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