Denmark vs. Cymru | 2025 European Women’s Championship – UWNL League Stage – Grp A3


      Live ReportMatch Summary

      1. This evening’s match can be watched live on BBC Two Wales, or on the BBC Sport website through this link:

      2. The full time whistle goes and it ends with defeat for Cymru despite a strong second half performance from Gemma Grainger’s side.

      3. Five additional minutes are indicated by the fourth official.

      4. Substitution

        ESTCOURT Charlotte replaces GREEN Josie

      5. Substitution


      6. Substitution

        HUGHES Elise replaces MORGAN Ffion Alys

      7. Substitution

        POWELL Ella replaces WOODHAM Lily

      8. Fishlock celebrates her strike…

      9. Goal

        FISHLOCK Jessica Anne

      10. Substitution


      11. Goal! Cymru are back in it as they take advantage of a mistake from the home defence. Green plays her part in pressurising Obaze and the ball falls to Ingle, who picks out Fishlock in the area. She takes a touch before rifling a low effort beyond Christensen to halve the deficit.

      12. Substitution

        GREEN Kayleigh replaces JONES Carrie

      13. An excellent save from Clark as she prevents Vangsgaard from doubling her tally with an effort from the centre of the area.

      14. Another opportunity for the hosts to add to their lead as Svava picks out Vangsgaard, whose header hits the top of the crossbar and goes behind for a goal kick.

      15. Green gets forward well and find Jones out wide. She lays it off to Fishlock, who looks to get a shot away but the ball gets away from her and Denmark clear.

      16. Substitution


      17. No changes for either team at the break as the second half gets under way.

      18. Half-time verdict: Denmark have expectedly dominated possession and lead by two at the break. Dangerous balls into the box caused Cymru issues and the home side went ahead through a cross midway though the first half. The second came as Denmark punished Cymru for giving the ball away in their own penalty area six minutes before the break. Fishlock enjoyed the best opportunity for the visitors at the end of the half but fired marginally over the crossbar.

      19. Another long ball down fields set Vangsgaard free. She drives forward and forces a low save out of Clark.

      20. Cymru’s best chance of the half so far comes two minutes before the break. Fishlock is found in space on the edge of the area and her fierce effort goes just over the crossbar.

      21. Goal


      22. Goal. James is dispossessed by Gejl on the edge of the area and she cuts the ball back to Bredgaard, who curls home into the top corner.

      23. Goal. Denmark have put several dangerous balls into the area and make this one count. Bredgaard’s cross picks out Vangsgaard, whose header loops over Clark and to put the hosts ahead.

      24. Goal


      25. Gemma Grainger will be hoping that the pace of Morgan can caused the Denmark defence some issues this evening.

      26. A chance for Denmark as Thøgersen picks out Vansgaard with a cross but Roberts does just enough to put the forward off and she diverts over.

      27. Representing Cymru…

      28. A ball over the top picks out the run of Vansgaard, whose effort is saved by Clark at the expense of an early Denmark corner.

      29. Cymru get the ball rolling and we’re under way at Viborg Stadion.

      30. Gemma Grainger makes three changes from Cymru’s defeat against Germany on Friday, with Josie Green, Ffion Morgan and Carrie Jones brought into the starting line up in place of Ceri Holland, Hannah Cain and Kayleigh Green.

      31. Cymru trained in Germany on Sunday before flying to Karup in the evening ahead of Tuesday’s game at Viborg Stadium.

      32. There is no live report available for this match








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