Denmark defender Daniel Agger has described his side's win over Cameroon as one of their worst ever performances.
The Danes bounced back from their opening defeat to Holland with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Cameroon to boost their qualification hopes and end Cameroon's dreams of reaching the last 16.
Liverpool defender Agger admits Denmark rode their luck against Cameroon and that the result was the only positive they could take from the game.
Critical"Particularly in the first half, it was one of the worst performances we've given in a long time, our transitions were poor, we didn't cover well.
"If they'd been a bit more clinical they would have scored more goals and we would have been out of it in the first half, but to our credit we do fight.
"We tried to stand together and we scored two goals. We had other opportunities as well, but sometimes it became a bit of a kick-and-rush game, going up and down and up and down, and that's not really the way we want to play.
"But we've got three points, that's the most positive thing I can say."
Agger added: "We know it was a really bad game, especially in the first half, we didn't play like a team.
"We didn't play like we have to if we want to progress. Clearly it wasn't good enough but if you can still win playing like that it's a positive.
"We are a team, we stand together as a team, and to our credit we did comeback in the match. It didn't look too good at one point, but the positive thing is that we did fight back."
Denmark goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen echoed the sentiments of Agger, but hailed his side's bravery in taking all three points in such a crucial game.
"It was disappointing but I always felt we were in the game," noted Sorensen.
"It was a brave fight in the end as we were under a bit of pressure, so overall a great win. Maybe not the prettiest game a Danish football team has ever played but I thought it was effective and that's what we needed, we needed a win."