FT: WALES 0-4 DENMARK
Just minutes after the second half kicked off, Denmark found themselves two ahead and it was Dolberg again.
Braithwaite raced down the right-hand side and delivered a good cross into the penalty area.
Williams’ clearance fell to Dolberg and the striker made no mistake with the finish.
Maehle – who was absolutely fantastic as a wing-back on both flanks – got in on the act.
Brentford’s Jensen clipped the ball wide to the Atalanta wing-back, and he cut inside of Davies and fired into the top-right corner.
Minutes later, Wilson picked of Wales’ second straight red card of the tournament, hacking down Maehle late on.
Two out of the three red cards show at the European Championship this summer have been shown to a Welsh player.
And finally, Braithwaite finished the game off, finding the bottom-left corner from just inside the box.
The linesman flagged it for offside, the VAR overturned the decision and the goal stood.
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