Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand says his team will have to be ready for today’s Euro 2020 encounter against Belgium at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
Denmark made a mortifying start to their UEFA Euro 2020 campaign, as their opener against Finland was marred by the incident involving Christian Eriksen, who suffered a cardiac arrest in the first half.
Without their talismanic playmaker, Kasper Hjulmand’s side lost 1-0 to Finland at Parken Stadium and will face a tough task to overcome group leaders in Belgium.
Speaking in a press conference on Wednesday, Hjulmand banked on the supports of the fams to help drive the team to victory against Belgium.
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“It’s going to be emotionally strong to go back to Parken, we expect to have incredible support from our fans and the whole country. We have to be ready for that and use that energy in a positive way.”
On the other hand, Roberto Martinez’s side made light work of Russia walking out 3-0 winners with Romelu Lukaku producing a strong performance.
Martinez has now overseen a 10-game unbeaten run at the helm, and the opening-day victory over Russia represented his seventh Euros victory with Belgium; success over Denmark would see him steer level with all-time national record holder Guy Thys on eight wins in the competition.