Thomas Delaney and Caspar Dolberg let the Danes cruise at the end of the half, and only Patrick Schick-his fifth goal in the game-was set early in the second half A tense ending.
However, Denmark firmly booked their place in the semifinals on Wednesday, where they will face England or Ukraine.
As a result, Denmark defeated the Czech team 3-0 in the last eight games of the 2004 European Cup, which meant that they entered the semi-finals for the third time, bringing them closer to their unlikely victory in the 92 European Cup. .
When Delaney took advantage of a lax man-marking header from a corner kick in the 5th minute, Denmark made a quick start, although the replay showed that the corner should not be given because the ball came from a Danish player.
The Czechs were difficult to respond. Denmark missed several opportunities to double its lead. Mikel Damsgaard, Delaney and Martin Braithwaite all gave up good opportunities.
They finally scored again at the end of the first half. Left-back Joakim Mahler sent a tempting cross from the outside of his right foot. Dolberg volleyed side-footed for him in the 4-0 victory over Wales. Double kills added brilliance.
After a terrible first half, the Czechs made a double change, which immediately made their offense more purposeful. Their substitute Michael Kmensik forced Caspar Schmeichel to make an immediate save, and a moment later , Antonin Barak let the goalkeeper make a full save.
The goal soon appeared. For the first time, Hick met Vladimir Kufar in a cross, defeated Schmeichel, and tied Milan Baros for the Czech Republic in the 2004 European Cup. Five goals scored.
But they failed to maintain their momentum, and Denmark woke up for the rest of the second half and defended well, ending the Czech Republic’s hopes of reaching the European semi-finals for the first time since 2004 and the finals for the first time since 1996.