Czech Republic and Denmark had set up an interesting quarter final date against each other considering that no one had counted them to come this far in the tournament.
Czech Republic were flying high coming into the match having won 2-0 against the Dutch, while the Danes had found their rhythm against Wales with a 4-0 victory.
Denmark goes 2-0 ahead at break courtesy to goals from Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg
The Czech Republic players hardly looked settled into the match, when Delaney pounced on a Jens Stryger Larsen’s pinpoint corner as early as the 5th min as he was left unmarked in the Czech box.
The Czech stunned by the early goal, looked to have found their footing into the match, as they created chances and looked like a threat from the set pieces but the lacked the finishing touch.
Denmark doubled their lead at 42nd min when Maehle sprinted down the left and provided a sublime cross with the outside of his foot, as it landed accurately for Dolberg to finish it from close range and allowed them to have a strong foothold in the semifinals of the European Championships.