Schmeichel praised in Danes' 1-0 win over Peru, Latest Others News

Schmeichel praised in Danes' 1-0 win over Peru, Latest Others News

Schmeichel praised in Danes' 1-0 win over Peru, Latest Others News

Denmark boss Age Hareide hailed goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel after the 1-0 World Cup Group C victory over Peru in Saransk.

Cheered on by thousands of fans in Saransk's Mordovia Arena, Peru played with great verve for much of the game but ended up rueing a awful penalty miss from Christian Cueva which would have put them ahead just minutes before halftime.

Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Christian Eriksen, who had an otherwise quiet outing, set up the game's decisive moment by threading an immaculate defence-splitting pass to Poulsen who beat advancing Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese in the 59th minute. "It seemed I was going to be the villain here". The Spurs No. 23 will be joined in Denmark's midfield by Werder Bremen's Thomas Delaney, who enjoyed an impressive 2017-18 season in the Bundesliga.

Now the biggest questions surrounding him seem to be how mentally and physically fit he'll be after a long, emotional legal struggle to be allowed to play - not to mention how he'll handle the pressure of being the most accomplished member of a passionately followed national side playing in the World Cup for the first time in 36 years.

Ignoring the fact that Denmark's players often end up at top Dutch clubs renowned for their passing styles, the no-nonsense Norwegian coach Hareide has adopted a more pragmatic approach similar to that of Sweden and Iceland that is paying dividends. "I really think he played very well", Gareca said.

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In response Peru bought on their talisman and national team captain Paolo Guerrero, and he almost scored with a glorious backheel that had Schmeichel beaten. Later, his clever back-heel from close range rolled just wide.

Peru veteran Paolo Guerrero, who only made it to the tournament after late reprieve for a drug ban, came on for the final 30 minutes but his efforts at the Mordovia Arena came to no avail.

"Eriksen is obviously a key player, he is very well known".

Schmeichel's kick save denied Jefferson Farfan's hard-hit, 83rd-minute bid.

The Danish side that ended the Republic of Ireland's hopes of qualifying for the World Cup with a play-off victory last November needed some smart saves from keeper Kasper Schmeichel and desperate defending at times, but they navigated a route to victory with a 59th minute victor. But Peru did not lose any support, if anything this courageous group of players and lovable nation gained even more admirers.

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"I do think we were a bit afraid of the atmosphere, the intensity of it". "We need to digest this defeat and deal with France as quickly as possible".

As a result, Peru dominated the opening 25 minutes, but after weathering the early storm, the Danes started to push forward. Schmeichel dove to his right to bat the ball away.

The Danish, meanwhile, didn't have a good chance either in the first half.

Kvist was substituted after a hard collision with a leaping Farfan as the two pursued a ball in the air.

"If it's a fractured rib he's out for the rest of the World Cup for sure".

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