England win against Denmark

Soccer News by on 02-9-2011 filed under International Match

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Aston Villa’s Ashley Young and Daren Bent done all the damage to Denmark, as they helped turn around a one goal deficit incurred in the first half at the Parkeb Stadion.

Wilshere has been tagged as England’s brightest hope for the future by Capello, but he had little chance to show his qualities during a tough first half, which saw Denmark lead through Agger before Bent equalized. The Arsenal man was withdrawn at the break along with Wayne Rooney, and Young made the most of his opportunity with the winning goal in the end.

Agger’s goal was created by the excellent Christian Eriksen, whose cross was perfect for the Liverpool centre back after he had lost Michael Dawson inside the area. However, within three minutes England were level, when Darren Bent, doing what he does best to stab home Walcott’s cross from two yards.

Young’s second-half performance will have given Capello plenty of food for thought as he troubled Denmark throughout, eventually finding the winner on 68 minutes with a lovely caressed finish after Glen Johnson’s storming forward run.

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