Euro 2024: Denmark Were Robbed Against Germany –Anderson

Euro 2024: Denmark Were Robbed Against Germany  –Anderson

Denmark defender Joacjim Anderson has revealed that they were robbed against Germany in the Round of 16 of the ongoing Euro 2024 Championship.

Recall that Denmark thought they had gone in front just after half-time when Joachim Andersen scored, but the effort was eventually ruled out following a VAR check which showed Thomas Delaney was just offside before setting up the goal.


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When play restarted, Germany immediately attacked and a David Raum cross brushed off the arm of Crystal Palace defender Andersen in the Danish box, leading to another VAR check and the award of the penalty which Havertz converted.

Reacting after the defeat, Anderson in a chat with EuroFoot, stated that the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) aided Germany to qualify for the quarter-finals.

“It was crazy and not a penalty at all. I can’t run around with my arms behind my back and play football.

“He’s half a metre away from me and hits the ball on my hand, so I can’t see what I could do to prevent it.

“The offside call is also difficult to see. It’s so minimal that you really have to look for it. But the handball call is the craziest I’ve ever seen. Margins decided the game. If our goal had been allowed, I’m convinced we would have won the game.”

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