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After beating Saudi Arabia 1–0, drawing with South Africa and losing 2–1 to later champions France in mediocre games, the Danish team qualified to the knockout stages as second in the group. In the next game however, Denmark played some of the best football of the entire tournament, beating Nigeria 4–1 in a fantastic game. In the quarterfinal against Brazil, the Danes went out with a beautiful 2–3 defeat to the later silver medalists, in a very close and emotional game. France (H) −3 Source: FIFA(H) Hosts 2002 FIFA World Cup[edit] Denmark qualified for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, but despite impressive results in the group stage, especially the 2–0 win against reigning World Cup winners France, Denmark didn't manage to advance any further as they were defeated with a 0–3 score in the round of 16 against England. +3 +1 All times local (UTC+9) GK Fabián Carini RB Gustavo Méndez 25' CB Gonzalo Sorondo Paolo Montero (c) LB Darío Rodríguez 87' RM Gustavo Varela CM Pablo García LM Gianni Guigou AM Álvaro Recoba 80' CF Darío Silva Sebastián Abreu 88' Substitutions: FW Mario Regueiro Federico Magallanes Richard Morales Manager: Víctor Púa Thomas Sørensen Thomas Helveg Martin Laursen 51' René Henriksen Jan Heintze (c) 34' 58' Stig Tøfting Thomas Gravesen RW Dennis Rommedahl Jon Dahl Tomasson LW Jesper Grønkjær 70' Ebbe Sand 89' DF Niclas Jensen Martin Jørgensen MF Christian Poulsen Morten Olsen 82' Rene Henriksen 62' 20' 50' 7' 84' Peter Løvenkrands Tony Sylva Ferdinand Coly Lamine Diatta Papa Malick Diop (c) Omar Daf Moussa N'Diaye 46' Papa Sarr Salif Diao 62' 80' Papa Bouba Diop Khalilou Fadiga 10' El Hadji Diouf Henri Camara Souleymane Camara 83' Habib Beye Bruno Metsu Rene Henriksen (c) 71' 79' 27' 76' Kasper Bøgelund Brian Steen Nielsen Fabien Barthez Vincent Candela Lilian Thuram Marcel Desailly (c) Bixente Lizarazu Patrick Vieira Claude Makélélé Sylvain Wiltord Zinedine Zidane Christophe Dugarry 8' 54' David Trezeguet Djibril Cissé Johan Micoud Youri Djorkaeff Roger Lemerre René Henriksen (c) 24' Claus Jensen David Seaman Danny Mills Rio Ferdinand Sol Campbell Ashley Cole David Beckham (c) Paul Scholes 49' Nicky Butt Trevor Sinclair Emile Heskey 69' Michael Owen Robbie Fowler Kieron Dyer Teddy Sheringham Sven-Göran Eriksson 2010 FIFA World Cup[edit] At the 2010 World Cup, Denmark was grouped with Japan, Cameroon and the Netherlands. Handball: Women's World Championship 2023 preview Nov 23, 2023 — Olympic Membership | Free Live Stream Sports & Original Series - join now! 18:00 Japan vs. Iran; 20:30 Germany vs. Poland. Group G fixtures. Denmark lost the first match 2–0 to Netherlands, but then had a vital 2–1 victory against Cameroon, which enabled further advancement in case of victory over Japan, the final match of the group stage. Denmark, however, lost 3–1, thereby failing to reach their goal of advancing to the round of 16 for the first time. Denmark W vs Japan W Live Score and Live Stream ScoreBat is covering Denmark W vs Japan W in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match ... Denmark Japan live score, video stream and H2H results Denmark Japan live score (and video online live stream) starts on 3 Dec 2023 at 06:00 UTC time in World Championship, Women, Group D, International. Their best performance was in 1998, where they reached the quarter-finals. Summary table[edit] Year Round Position Pld W D* L GF GA 1930 Did not enter 1934 1938 1950 1954 1958 Did not qualify 1962 1966 1970 1974 1978 1982 1986 Round of 16 9th 4 3 0 1 10 6 1990 1994 1998 Quarter-finals 8th 5 2 9 7 2002 10th 2006 2010 Group stage 24th 2014 2018 11th 2022 28th 2026 To be determined 2030 2034 Total 6/25 23 8 31 29 *Draws include knockout matches decided via penalty shoot-out Overview of matches[edit] No. Date Opponent Result Denmark scorers Attendance Record 4 June 1986 Scotland 1–0 Elkjær 57' 18, 000 1–0–0 8 June 1986 Uruguay 6–1 Elkjær (3) 11', 67', 80', Lerby 41', M. Laudrup 52', J. Olsen 88' 26, 500 2–0–0 13 June 1986 West Germany 2–0 J. +4 +2 All times local (UTC+02) Maarten Stekelenburg Gregory van der Wiel John Heitinga Joris Mathijsen Giovanni van Bronckhorst (c) Mark van Bommel Nigel de Jong 44' Dirk Kuyt Wesley Sneijder Rafael van der Vaart 67' Robin van Persie 77' Eljero Elia Ibrahim Afellay Demy de Zeeuw Bert van Marwijk Lars Jacobsen Daniel Agger Simon Kjær 63' Simon Poulsen Thomas Enevoldsen 56' Thomas Kahlenberg 73' Martin Jørgensen (c) SS Nicklas Bendtner Mikkel Beckmann Christian Eriksen Netherlands vs Denmark Souleymanou Hamidou Stéphane Mbia 75' Nicolas N'Koulou Sébastien Bassong 72' Benoît Assou-Ekotto Alex Song Geremi Eyong Enoh Achille Emana Pierre Webó 78' Samuel Eto'o (c) Jean Makoun Mohammadou Idrissou Vincent Aboubakar Paul Le Guen 86' Jon Dahl Tomasson (c) Daniel Jensen Jakob Poulsen Japan opened the scoring in the 17th minute from a direct free kick taken by Keisuke Honda – only the second goal scored from a free kick in the tournament. The team surprised the world, sweeping the group, including a 6–1 thrashing of Uruguay. [1] In the second round, Denmark faced Spain losing 5–1 on the strength of four Emilio Butragueño goals; the first Spain goal was caused by a miss-timed backpass by Jesper Olsen to Butragueño, an unfortunate action subsequently coined as "a real Jesper Olsen" ("en rigtig Jesper Olsen"). The phrase would live on for 13 years and was repeated by the Danish TV commentators in 1999, when an identical backpass was carried out by Jesper Grønkjær to Filippo Inzaghi on the former's debut for Denmark. [2] Pos Teamvte D GD Pts Qualification Denmark +8 Advance to knockout stage −1 −5 −2 1998 FIFA World Cup[edit] Under coach Bo "Bosse" Johansson, the 1998 FIFA World Cup saw the revival of the Danish team, starring both Laudrup brothers in their last international campaign. Watch Matildas v Denmark in FIFA Women's World Cup Aug 7, 2023 — Japan slice up Norway to book spot in last eight · Stream Free on. 7plus logo · Women's World CupFootballSport.


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