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People need to relax and be a little more positive, says Danish defender

The Danish defender does not think that Denmark played as badly in yesterday’s EC match as some might think.

Sunday’s draw against Slovenia was disappointing for the national football team.

But it certainly wasn’t the end of the world either.

That’s what it sounds like from the Danish defense profile, Joachim Andersen.

In the big picture, the Danes were better than the opponents, and although the result may not have turned out quite as they had wanted, there is therefore no reason to paint the devil on the wall.

– I would say that people should relax and be a little more positive. We have another game and we have to look forward to it now. Everything is open, so now let’s not paint the hell on the wall.

The Dane does not believe that the Danish national team played as badly and had so many chances against them, as some experts – including the kind who do their best lying on the sofa in front of the referee – have made it sound like afterwards.

– I think we had good control. All there was was a bit of set pieces. Of course, we could have been a bit better on the ball in the second half and won a bit more second balls. But sometimes you get set pieces against us, and then you have to defend on that. The goal is a coincidence, I think, says Joachim Andersen.

Instead of dwelling too much on the draw against the Slovenians, it is now about looking forward, he believes.

In the next match, it will be England, who at Denmark’s expense reached all the way to the final at the last European Championship. A decent mouthful, one would think, and therefore there is no point in fretting about the draw for too long.

– I don’t think it was a bad performance. Now we look forward to the next match. It’s not the end of the world with a draw. So let’s now be positive, and then we’ll beat England, says the message from Joachim Andersen.

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