Denmark Clinches Stylish Victory Over Norway to Bolster Euro 2024 Campaign

Denmark clinched their third consecutive win against Norway before jetting off to Germany for Euro 2024.

Erling Haaland netted for Norway, yet they stumbled 3-1 against Denmark, finishing their pre-Euro 2024 matches with flair.

In Brondby, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg smashed in the opener with his robust right boot in the twelfth minute.

Shortly after, Jannik Vestergaard propelled a header into the net following an enticing corner from Andreas Skov Olsen.

While Manchester City’s Haaland initially thought he’d cut the lead in the 65th minute, a VAR decision denied him, though he succeeded seven minutes later off a slick feed from Martin Odegaard.

The Danish squad, however, reassured their fans with a stellar farewell, as Youseff Poulsen cemented the win during stoppage time.

Meanwhile, Denmark’s Euro group contenders, Serbia, dismantled Sweden 3-0 in Stockholm, flaunting their prowess as they too prepare for the meet.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic secured an early edge at the Friends Arena, complemented by team captain Aleksandr Mitrovic, who notched his 58th international score an hour in. Dusan Tadic sealed the deal with a slick strike past Robin Olsen shortly thereafter.

England, who fell to Iceland just the previous Friday, is the initial challenge Serbia faces at Euro 2024.

Similarly, Hungary dispatched their opponents savagely with an 11-minute blitz resulting in a 3-0 triumph in Debrecen.

Roland Sallai smashed the opening goal from a Barnabas Varga setup; Varga then doubled the joy, and later flipped roles by assisting Sallai for the decisive third score.

Over in the Kybidge, Switzerland and Austria grappled to a 1-1 tie with Silvan Widmer nullifying Christoph Baumgartner’s early strike.

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