Norway-Denmark draw


Equally strong makes Norway and Denmark must be willing to 1-1 draw in Group H qualifying Euro 2012, Saturday or Sunday (3/27/2011) early morning hrs.
These results make Norway remains firmly on top with 10 points. While Denmark fail to shift from second-placed Portugal, although reaching the same value with Cristiano Ronaldo et al. Denmark is still stuck in third place with seven points, losing on goal difference from Portugal.
Two teams played tight throughout the match. The ball possesion, both teams share the numbers 50-50. Similarly, in terms of opportunities. Until the 27th minute, two teams both have a chance.
Denmark managed to make the first threat by Christian Eriksen on the 13th minute. Unfortunately, the ball his right foot shot was blocked by a defender managed to Norway, Kjetil Waehler. Norway's reply 12 minutes later through Morten Gamst Pedersen. Lucky goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen able to catch the ball is released by Pedersen.
On the second occasion in the 28th minute, Denmark did not waste an opportunity. Dennis Rommedahl midfielder beat goalkeeper managed host, Rune Almenning Jarstein, through his right foot shot from a distance of 20 feet. Denmark winning 1-0.
In the second half, nothing much changes happen. Both teams still share the ball possesion. Denmark even managed to add only one chance through Michael Krohn-Delhi in 72 minutes. Although already meet the target, the ball can kick was countered by the Norwegian goalkeeper.
Norway also got a chance in this round. However, in contrast to Denmark, the host able to turn these opportunities into goals. Left foot shot from Erik Huseklepp in the 81st minute to make Sorensen helpless in securing the net, and even a 1-1 position until the end of the game.
The composition of playersNorway: Rune Almenning Jarstein, John Arne Riise, Brede Hangeland, Kjetil Waehler, Espen Ruud, Morten Gamst Pedersen, Henning Hauger, Christian Grindheim, Bjorn Riise, Erik Huseklepp (Steffen Iversen 89), Mohamed Abdellaoui
Denmark: Thomas Sorensen, Lars Jacobsen, Daniel Agger, Zanka Mathias Jorgensen, Christian Poulsen (Jakob Poulsen 69), Michael Silberbauer, William Kvist, Christian Eriksen, Dennis Rommedahl (Daniel Wass 93), Michael Krohn-Delhi (Thomas Enevoldsen 82), Nicklas Bendtner

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