Two defeated warriors and a debuting national coach 15 meters in bird flight from the world press, but still connected through on an internet connection.
Then it probably does not become much more corona-like.
Christian Eriksen, Kasper Hjulmand and Andreas Christensen shared the disappointment over the 0-2 defeat against Belgium on Saturday night in the Park, when Denmark for the first time in ten months finally got a national game in their legs.
A showdown where the team delivered a sensible first half, but lost its breath after the break, it sounds.
– We can bring more positive things from the first half. There was a lot of energy, our pressure was good and we were calm on the ball. Sometimes maybe a little too slow and calm, but in general the first half was good, says Andreas Christensen.
– The second half was a bit back and forth. Both teams tried to attack and we lost a bit of our balance and energy, the Chelsea player said at the press conference .