Our Euro 2000 dreams were left in tatters as
Denmark grabbed two late goals to take this
crucial Euro 2000 qualifier.
Wales responded well after
the match against Italy with a performance of
fire, passion and pride but in the end it was not
the sweeper system with which the players looked
so uncomfortable, and reverted back to a flat
back four. John Hartson came in for his first
start for Wales in a year, while Steve Jenkins
was used as an orthodox right back. Chris Coleman
Two goals in the
last six minutes decided this game, Tomasson
hooked the ball into an empty net, after an
indecisive punch from Paul Jones, and late
penalty by Tofting virtually ended our Euro 2000
Paul Jones tipped over Chelsea's Bjarne
Goldbaek long-range shot.
Ryan Giggs curled a clever ball in from
the left, Schmeichel came off his line to
get in front of Dean Saunders
Jan Heintze's cross from the left was met
by Ebbe Sand, who saw his header drop
wide of the far post.
A fine low save from Paul Jones diving to
his left prevented a Allan Nielsen's
drive going in.
Paul Jones blocked a Heintze shot when he
was clear after a one-two with Miklos
Jones again thwarted Gronkjaer with a
point-blank save and John Robinson
cleared Sand's follow up off the line.
Paul Jones dived at Nielsen's feet when
he was clear on goal
Paul Jones tipped over another shot from
the Allan Nielsen
Tomasson hooked the ball into an empty
net, after an indecisive punch from Paul
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cross-shot from Dean Saunders that
flashed past the far post.
time: Chris Coleman was penalised for
pushing Tomasson in the box. Tofting
scored from the penalty spot.