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Ashish Pawar was surprised to see Holland's attack kept quiet - 'Alas! No fruitful work from VAN PERSIE & EIJDER....'
That's it, it's all over! What an upset as Denmark beat Holland 1-0 in their Group B opener!
Dirk Kuyt comes on for a tired-looking Van der Wiel. Can he bring some late attacking power to the game?
Tobias Mikkelsen comes on for Dennis Rommedahl as the Danes make a change.
Kvist slips and handles the ball in the middle of the park to earn a yellow.
Poulsen earns himself a booking for timewasting with a throw.
Christian Eriksen makes way for Lasse Schone.
Finally time for those changes as Nigel de Jong goes off for Van der Vaart and Afellay makes way for Huntelaar.
Van Bommel earns himself the first booking of the game
@GarsideAJ tweeted - 'Good first half from Denmark, the Dutch need to improve in the 2nd if they want to get anything out of this match.'
Simon Howard has been back in touch to say - 'it sounds like the dutch aren't taking advantage of all their chances, do they not realise if they don't pick up a win here they still have to play portugal and germany and get at least a win? and that is not going to be easy.'
@houtsforthewin thinks the Dutch can recover in the second half - 'nice half of football, I think after a good half time talk the Dutch will come out more clinical, and win it 3-1.'
@MBReBorn has tweeted - 'Holland will need to up it for 2nd half - Huntelaar and Van Der Vaart Double Sub.'
There's a free-kick in the middle of the park for Holland after eijder goes down but the whistle blows seconds later.
GOAL! 1-0 DENMARK! KROHN-DEHLI!
Simon Howard is taking a slightly different view... 'the dutch are going to thrash this one rachel! i can see the danes going back to the hotel with more of a red face than their shirts.'
Chris from West Sussex has been in touch to say - 'I dont think this will be a walkover for the dutch as many believe, Eriksen is a quality young player and they will be difficult to break down. Ive gone for 2 draws in todays games.'
Ben Gleeson is pleased to see Barcelona man Ibrahim Afellay handed a chance. He wrote - 'Really glad to see Affelay given the role that was up for grabs on the wide left, he is a very exciting player to watch and has more pace to burn than Walcott and The Ox combined. See a big game for the Barcelona kid.'
@Johnsjs wrote - 'its going to be Holland 3 Denmark 0. Huntelaar hat-trick! I've made me @SkyBet already! #euro2012'
@JoshLuek tweeted - 'Holland will win this game, Denmark even though they have a good team, they have no chance of beating the dutch.'
Here's a quick update from our friends at Sky Bet - Euro 2012 6/1 third favourites Netherlands are 4/6 with Sky Bet to kick-off their campaign with a victory against Denmark, who are 9/2 for the win and 13/5 to secure a draw. Premier League top scorer Robin van Persie is the 7/2 favourite to break the deadlock with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, who topped the scoring charts in qualifying with a goal-an-hour, 4/1 to net first, while Nicklas Bendtner is rated as Denmark's main threat at 8/1.
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