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9 February 2011
• Parken, København
Referee: J. Eriksson
D. Agger 8'
D. Bent 10'
A. Young 68'
90' + 3'
Full time. Denmark 1 – 2 England – Early first half goals from Daniel Agger and Darren Bent ensured everything was square at half time. Substitute Ashley Young took England into the lead with his first ever international goal in the second half to seal the victory for the Three Lions.
90' + 3'
Milner draws a foul wide on the left wing and Kjaer gets booked. First booking of the game.
Yellow CardDaniel Wass
William Kvist Jörgensen
Martin Vingaard Hansen
Foul by Scott Parker 40 yards out fairly central on goal. Vingaard flicks the ball over the England wall but only wins a corner, which is cleared by England.
Three minutes of added time are to be played.
Downing explodes down the right wing and cuts the ball back to Ashley Young who was waiting at the edge of the Denmark penalty area in the center of goal. His shot is blocked and fails to find the back of the net.
England are slowing the pace of the game now. They look confident on the ball and are keeping possession well.
A freekick into the England box from Eriksen is cleared all the way back into the Denmark half.
Ashley Cole is replaced by Everton's Leighton Baines. Gareth Barry is now handed the England captain's armband as Cole leaves the field.
The England fans are really getting behind there team now as the visitors begin to look more and more comfortable with their lead. Ajax Teenager Eriksen has Denmark's first shot for a while, but blasts 20 feet over.
England enjoying a spell of seemingly uninterrupted domination as Denmark are failing to produce in the final third.
Milner puts the ball out for a goal kick after trying to play in Ashley Cole, who had just made a storming 70 yard run down the left flank.
Goal! Ashley Young scores his first international goal for England. Glen Johnson steals possession halfway inside the Denmark half and runs at the home team's box before squaring the ball to Young, who runs on a few yards before poking the ball low and to the right of Sorensen.
Stewart Downing replaces Theo Walcott for England on the right hand side.
Ambitious effort from Young from nearly 25 yards out as the referee plays advantage. It was never troubling the Danish 'keeper Sorensen.
Eriksen receives the ball in the England penalty area and neatly back heels the ball to the awaiting Dennis Rommedahl who drives the ball low and hard towards goal, Joe Hart manages to get down and hold the ball.
Cahill chests the ball down for John Terry, who smashes the ball on the half volley and wins a corner for England. Both the England central defenders getting involved in the attacking play after a deadball situation came to nothing.
England win a corner after a looping cross takes a deflection, surprising Sorensen who has to scramble to get the ball away. Nothing is gained by England from the resulting corner.
Substitute for England: Gary Cahill replaces Michael Dawson.
Using his strength to fend off Danish defenders James Milner manages to roll a ball into the box for Darrent Bent, who gets on to the end of it but smashes wide and to the left.
Milner floats a ball in to the Denmark box for his former Aston Villa teammate Ashley Young to flick the ball towards goal with his head. Sorensen holds comfortably.
A decent spell for Denmark ends with Bendtner chipping a ball in to the box, only for it to be headed - somewhat precariously - into Hart's awaiting hands. At the other end Bent nearly finds himself on the end of a drilled cross in to the box, only for Sorensen to smother it away.
Ashley Cole now holds the captains armband for England after Frank Lampard's replacement during the break.
Lars Martin Jørgensen
England get the action back underway, kicking off the second half. Ashley Young, Gareth Barry and Scott Parker replace Wayne Rooney, Jack Wilshere and Frank Lampard.
45' + 1'
Half Time. Two early goals, from Daniel Agger and Darren Bent, ensure all things are level at half time.
Asheley Cole and Jack Wilshere make the same run in to the Danish box and are easily dealt with after the floated ball in from Milner is shepherded out of play.
Lampard with a neat little flick in to the back of the net from a ball in from the edge of the area by Theo Walcott. Disallowed as Lampard was offside but a good piece of play there from England.
Eriksen running at the England back four puts the ball out right to Rommedahl who blasts the ball across goal, Joe Hart gets a foot to it and it goes out for a corner. Let off for England.
Rooney hits a long cross-field pass looking to find Walcott right where the by-line meets the touchline. Walcott gets muscled off of the ball after controlling it well.
Eriksen hits Joe Hart's left upright with a strong left-footed drive from outside of the area. The England 'keeper was beaten, but the post kept the ball out.
Rooney running through the middle of the park puts the ball out to the left wing and finds Milner, who cuts inside and places the ball straight in to the arms of Sorensen.
Frank Lampard takes a shot from outside of the area. It has neither the accuracy nor the power to trouble Sorensen in the Denmark goal.
Krohn-Delhi on the left wing floats a ball to the far post into the England penalty area but no one's there.
Milner puts a ball through for Walcott down the right wing, though the pacy winger fails to get on to the end of it.
Darren Bent nearly snatches a second for England after failing to connect with a low cross in from the right from James Milner.
A recent good spell of possession by Denmark has seen them win three corners in a matter of minutes.
England are enjoying a spell of possession after their equaliser, putting consistent pressure on the Danish defence. Denmark are managing to catch England on the break but barring their goal are so far failing to break through.
Walcott explodes into the Denmark box and manages to find Bent at the far post despite being under pressure. Bent slotted home from close range.
Goal! Darren Bent scores for England.
Goal! Daniel Agger scores for Denmark. Sensational cross in from Christian Eriksen and Agger gets on the end of it and puts it past Hart's right hand side.
Opportunity wasted by England as Sorensen fumbles. Darren Bent ran on to a nicely weighted through ball. Wayne Rooney shot to the right of the Denmark goal after recovering the ball. Near miss.
Bendtner has the first shot of the game. The shot to the right of Joe Hart is saved, but the assistant flags for offside anyway.
We're off! Denmark get the match underway.
The teams are walking out on to the pitch. Frank Lampard leads England out for the first time.
The England line-up: 1 Joe Hart, 2 Glen Johnson, 3 Ashley Cole, 4 Jack Wilshere, 5 Michael Dawson, 6 John Terry, 7 Theo Walcott, 8 Frank Lampard (c), 9 Darren Bent, 10 Wayne Rooney, 11 James Milner Subs: 12 Rob Green, 13 Kyle Walker, 14 Gary Cahill, 15 Joleon Lescott, 16 Leighton Baines, 17 Stewart Downing, 18 Scott Parker, 19 Gareth Barry, 20 Ashley Young, 21 Jermain Defoe, 22 Carlton Cole, 23 David Stockdale
The Denmark line-up: 1 Thomas Sorensen, 2 Christian Poulsen (c), 3 Mathias Jorgensen, 4 Daniel Agger, 5 Simon Poulsen, 6 Lars Jacobsen, 7 William Kvist, 8 Christian Eriksen, 9 Michael Krohn-Dehli, 10 Dennis Rommedahl, 11 Nicklas Bendtner Subs: 16 Anders Lindegaard, 12 Daniel Wass, 13 Simon Kjaer, 14 Michael Silberbauer, 15 Lasse Schone, 17 Martin Vingaard, 18 Mads Junker, 19 Kasper Lorentzen, 20 Thomas Enevoldsen, 21 Nicklas Pedersen
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