If, for example, Denmark beats Australia 1-0 and Tunisia wins 2-1, the Danes and Tunisians end up with the same number of points, goal difference and number of goals scored and conceded.
Because Denmark and Tunisia played 0-0 in the opening match, fair play points will be decisive.
Both are sitting on four yellow cards at the moment so it will come down to the number of cards they receive in the final round of play.
The parties are calling for an official World Cup boycott
According to DR, half of the political parties in Denmark, from both the red and blue blocks, have called for an official political representation boycott of the World Cup 2022. The news comes as the country continues to focus on forming a new government after the parliamentary elections in 2022. The royal family, meanwhile, announced early that it would not be sending any representatives to Qatar.
Lots of players with dual citizenship in Qatar
Seven of the Danish players participating in the 2022 World Cup could actually have represented other national teams in Qatar if they had made different decisions earlier in their careers in relation to which countries they wanted to represent. Kasper Schmeichel could have played for Poland (through his grandfather), Alexander Bah for Gambia (father), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg for France (mother), Thomas Delaney for USA (father), Yussuf Poulsen for Tanzania (father) and Martin Braithwaite for Guyana (father), while Robert Skov could have chosen Spain as he was born there – not sure he would have been selected though.
Pernille Harder out for a long time
Denmark and Chelsea forward Pernille Harder is expected to be on the sidelines for an extended period after sustaining a thigh injury, her club said. The injury was serious enough that doctors and specialists associated with Chelsea decided that surgery on her hamstring was necessary.
Bad boys of tennis to hit Copenhagen
On May 24, two tennis stars with ‘colorful reputations’, Denmark’s Holger Rune and Australia’s Nick Kyrgios, will play an exhibition match at the Copenhagen Royal Arena. After a fantastic season in which he reached the top 10 for the first time in his career, Rune said he “couldn’t wait to thank all the Danish tennis fans who have been cheering me on all year”. It is the first time that the two face each other and tickets are already available via Ticketmaster.
Big names are fighting for the prize
There are some big names in Danish sports in the running for Sports Name of the Year in Denmark this year. Of the 15 nominees for the sports personality award, the favorites are tennis star Holger Rune, Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard and badminton’s world number one in men’s singles, Viktor Axelsen. The winner is announced in January by the Danish Sports Confederation.
Danish women are European champions in curlingp
Denmark have won their first curling title in 28 years after an 8-4 victory over Switzerland in the final of the European Women’s Championship Final in Östersund on Saturday. Madeleine Dupont, Denise Dupont, Mathilde Halse, My Larsen and reserve Jasmin Lander led the team to their surprise title – they did not expect to win the competition or do so by beating the world’s top-ranked team in the final.
Iron Dane wins in Mexico
Magnus Ditlev has qualified for the World Ironman Championships in Hawaii for October next year. The qualification came thanks to victory in a race in Mexico on Sunday. After 180 km of cycling, 42.2 km of running and 3.8 km of swimming in considerable heat and humidity, the 52-year-old Dane finished the race in 7 hours, 50 minutes and 41 seconds.
Source: The Nordic Page