Chelsea fans have something to smile on after watching Denmark VS Russia. The game was intense and a determinant for the Dens who desperately needed a win. Since the collapse of Eriksen, things went haywire for them. They have however emerged victorious after a teamwork in their last match. Belgium ensured they qualified after beating Finland 2-0. Denmark are now through to the round of 16 and they will face Wales.
It was a memorable night for Chelsea ace Andreas Christensen. He was dominant in the game and ensured his country achieved a deserved win. He won 7/9 of the ground duels. He recorded 80 touches on the ball. He was active throughout the game and scored a match-sealing goal. He scored a thunderbolt screamer that left the goalkeeper helpless to save. The Chelsea defender dedicated the goal to Christian Eriksen who had cardiac arrest recently. Christensen was awarded the man of the match award too. He was the outstanding on the field. He became the second Chelsea player to receive the award after Billy Gilmour.
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