meet on Wednesday England In the semi-finals EM Denmark. The English are already dreaming of the long-awaited title – it will be their first since 1966. For this reason, fans and the media keep chanting “She’s Coming Home” based on the Lightning Seeds song “Three Lions (Football Goes Home)” from 1996. Title and with him football He must go home. to where it was finally invented in the nineteenth century.
At the press conference held the day before the match, Denmark goalkeeper Kaspar Schmeichel was asked what it meant for him to prevent the “ball” from coming home on Wednesday night.
Schmeichel asks the appropriate counter-question, “Has it ever been home?” Then he couldn’t help but smile before asking, “Have you ever won it?”
The English journalist seems angry and says: “We won in 66 …”, but then had to let Schmeichel correct him that this was the World Cup and not the European Championship at the time. In fact, England is the only team left in the tournament that has never won the European Championship. Denmark arrived in 1992, at that time with Peter Schmeichel, Caspar’s father, in goal. (go ahead)
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