BASEL (Ekstra Bladet): The Danish miracle-comeback in Basel exceeded almost the imagination with three difference between the boxes on a few minutes shortly before the time.
But it is not the only thing from the match, as Kasper Schmeichel difficult to understand.
For how could the slovenian referee Damir Skomina overlook the swiss hand which played a major role in the scoring to 1-0?
- There was a big free kick on the first goal, and I simply do not understand how the judge can't see it, was wondering from the keeper, who acknowledges that he had not the best day in the office at St. Jakob-Park.
- On the second goal, there is one that slides into the front of me, and I simply fail to see it. On a good day saves the I the maybe. And the third goal is absolutely bloody stupid, says the goalkeeper, who, however, like the rest of the national team never lost hope completely.
- They got the luck they would have, but it went to us not, for we knew that if we just got one goal, they would start to get nervous. We have been in the situation. So I am incredibly proud of the faith and the attitude we showed, he says, and concedes at the same time, that the game in the first 84 minutes was jammerligt.
- There was just so much in our games, which did not work. It is of course disappointing. But when you look at it, when we have scored the fight a bit at a distance, so we must be proud of the mentality we have. Even behind 0-3, we are not giving up. Out on the course went talk about, that we just need to have a goal, then anything can happen’. The faith was there, and it was the absolute most important thing for us.
Kasper Schmeichel do not understand how Damir Skomina could overlook the swiss 'handball' at 1-0 the raiders - see it, and the remaining goals here. Video: Discovery Networks Denmark
He acknowledges that the game needs to be better in the upcoming matches, but also stresses that it is an expression of strength, that the team can play so bad and still get points.
- It is the hallmark of a good team, even though they have a bad day, so they lose not. And we are a really good team. We did not hit the day, and we had not so much track of it. But you also have to give them some credit. But when things don't work, then you have to dig deep.
And it made the Danish national team in Switzerland - at least eventually.