The Wales manager, Robert Page, has described Wales’s Euro 2020 exit to Denmark as a ‘bitter one to take’ after his side lost 4-0 to Denmark in the round of 16.
‘The second goal was so early in the second half and changed the course of the game, and for me, it sounds like sour grapes but it is a blatant foul on Kieffer [Moore],’ said Page. ‘Overall in the tournament I thought the boys have been excellent and to even get to where we are at is a big achievement with the players we have not playing domestic football week in week out, and I am proud of them for that,’ he added.
Wales’ dreams were shattered by a dominant Denmark display, capped by Kasper Dolberg’s double. The win came 29 years to the day since Denmark won Euro 92.