The Danish champions FC Midtjylland relegated Young Boys 3-0 last night in the third qualifying round in the Champions League.
Goals from Dreyer and Mabil added a former own goal as the Wolves continued their European dream. Just two matches against the Czech champions Slavia Prague now stand between them and qualify for Europe’s biggest competition.
If they qualify, it would be the first time in the club’s history. But if they do not succeed, they are at least sure of a place in the group stage of the Europa League.
Despite a goal set in 2014 that schoolchildren should be active for at least 45 minutes a day, children across the country are struggling to get anywhere near that number. The study, conducted by the University of Southern Denmark, showed that half of the primary students moved too little in school, where girls in particular were noticeably inactive.
Vikings were promiscuous: confirmed
In the most comprehensive DNA analysis to date, scientists have been able to draw strong conclusions regarding the ethnicity of the Viking. The view that the Viking Age led to a ‘genetic melting pot’ has been confirmed, as Danes and Swedes in particular saw their DNA all over the continent. Norwegian Vikings, on the other hand, saw very little change in their DNA over thousands of years.
Driving test canceled
All driving tests (both theoretical and practical) in Copenhagen have been canceled, the police announced this morning. It follows two staff testing positive for coronavirus and another reporting new symptoms.
Nordhavn’s northern lights
A new attraction was launched in Nordhavn last week, which injected light and life into the area by the metro station. The artwork combines LEDs with natural light and was developed by the artist Niels Otto in connection with the collective Pleasure Control.
Source: The Nordic Page