Euro 2020 is approaching big steps, despite the fact that there are still a few months to go. In the meantime, let’s discover the Denmark: From Peter Schmeichel Michael and Brian Laudrup, Jr., here’s the Top 11 all time Danish national team
1. Peter Schmeichel
Younger people will remember it as the Father Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, but the older ones will know how he is considered one of the best European goalkeepers ever. The class of ’63, elected twice best goalkeeper of the year since IFFHS was Sample Europe with both the Danish national team and Manchester United, with whom he won the Treble (Premier, Fa Cup and Champions League)
2. Johnny Hansen
In the Top 11 Danish national team there’s a right Johnny Hansen, (1), right-back class 1943. Elected. He began his career in Vejle (city where he was born), then moving to Germany in Nuremberg (from 1968 to 1970) and to Bayern Munich (from 1970 to 1976), before returning to Vejle. He played for Denmark from 1965 to 1978, with 45 caps and 3 goals
3. Morten Olsen
It’s the defender’s turn, but if necessary midfielder, Morten Olsen, Whois. Born in 1949, he took his first steps in B 1901, in 1970, before moving to Belgium where he played for Cercle Bruges, Molenbeek and Anderlecht, before Cologne, the last club team in 1989. With the National, which also has Trained from 2000 to 2015, he made 102 appearances and scored four goals
4. Lars Olsen
It’s the defender’s turn Lars Olsen, Sd., one of the heroes of Sweden 1992 where Denmark won the European Championship, olsen won the European Championship. Captain. The ’61 class also played for Juventus between 1981 and 1984, ending his playing career in 1996 at Brondby.
5. Jan Heintze
The left exterior Jan Heintze is another of the players who was part of the Danish victory at the 1992 European Championships. Retired in 2003, he wore the jerseys of PSV Eindhoven, Erdingen and Bayer Leverkusen. He played for the national team from 1987 to 2002 86 times, scoring four goals.
6. Jan Molby
Jan Molby, New. The former midfielder, now a transgaming.orgs executive, has spent most of his career after Kolding and Ajax. Liverpool 11 years, from 1984 to 1995. He has played 33 times, with two goals, wearing the Denmark shirt
7. Kim Vilfot
Also Kim Vilfort, Iran, middle class 1962, can claim the title of European Champion with Denmark in Sweden ’92, scoring the winning goal in the 2-0 final Gothenburg against Germany. For him, after the beginnings at Skovlunde, the jerseys of Frem and Lille. But brondy’s life, with 340 appearances between 1986 and 1998, the year of his retirement. With the national team 77 tokens and 14 goals between ’83 and ’96
8. Michael Laudrup
Christian Eriksen, (Ee) called him the most important ever. And he’s got a good one. Michael Laudrup, Jr.: Extraordinary career for the striker who, in addition to winning the European Championship with Denmark (and scoring 37 goals in 104 appearances), wore the shirts of Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid, before closing in on Ajax and becoming coach
9. Brian Laudrup
It’s your turn to Brian, Michael’s brother Laudrup. It too European Champion In 1992 he played for Denmark (82 appearances and 21 goals in total), and played for Brondby, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Ajax, as well as those in Italy. Fiorentina And Milan, New Ity
10. Henrik Larsen
Also for the class of 1966 Henrik Larsen the glory of victory at Euro ’92. He made 39 appearances for the Danish national team, scoring five goals, wearing the Lingby shirts and Pisa (twice), Aston Villa and Copenhagen
11. Flemming Povlsen
The striker class 1966 Flemming Povlsen is another of the heroes of Euro 1992. He made 62 appearances for the Danish national team between 1987 and 1994, scoring 21 goals. As for his club career he wore the shirts of Aarhus, Castilla, Cologne, PSV Eindhoven and Borussia Dortmund.