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Published on Jun 9, 2012
Denmark's fans joyously celebrated their side's shock 1-0 win over the Netherlands in their opening Euro 2012 group game on Saturday. Michael Krohn-Dehli's first-half goal was enough for Denmark to get the three points at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv.
The enthusiastic Danish supporters will be hoping they can carry on celebrating when their team take on Portugal, beaten by Germany in Saturday's late kick-off, in their second game on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the Dutch crowds will be be hoping they'll have something to cheer about after their next outing. Holland will face Germany in the pick of the first round games.
And their fans will be understandably tense - they know another defeat's likely to spell elimination.