Germany didn't have a lead over Denmark for long. The Danes have equalized in impressive fashion, and more importantly, gotten themselves into a position to advance. As it stands, Denmark will go through in second place, with Germany winning the group. Michael Krohn-Delhi was the scorer, netting his second of the tournament.
The goal came on a beautifully executed set piece, where the Germany defenders got caught ball watching in the 24th minute. Lars Jacobsen hit a line drive corner kick to the back post, where Nicklas Bendtner was able to rise up above the defense to nod the ball back across goal. Krohn-Delhi was waiting and was virtually uncontested as he nodded the ball past Manuel Neuer, getting his team back into the top two places in the group. A draw does not guarantee progression for Denmark, however, as Portugal will go through if they win or draw their match.
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