Schmeichel isn’t worried about stopping ‘coming home'

Tue 06 July 2021 | 19:42

Denmark’s goalkeeper makes jokes about England’s failure in winning Euro.


fans are very hopeful about finally winning the Euro, and following the Three Lions impressive performance in the tournament there has been a phrase being used by the England supporters the phrase is: ‘It’s coming home’; and ahead of England’s semi-final clash against


the reporters have asked Denmark’s goalkeeper

Kasper Schmeichel

about his feeling about the phrase, and he has responded sarcastically.

“Has it ever been home? I mean, have you ever won it?”

Schmeichel answered, referring to the fact that, unlike Denmark, England have never won a European Championship.

Kasper Schmeichel’s father Peter, who has won the competition with Denmark in 1992, has also talked about the match and specifically his son, insisting that he is in a form that allows him to help his side even if the game goes to the penalty shootouts; although everyone is expecting a tough game for the goalkeeper considering England’s high-profile players and their attacking power that led to their 4-0 victory over Ukraine in the quarter-finals.

“I am sure he would feel the same as I did – that it is yet another challenge,”

Peter Schmeichel told ITV’s

Good Morning Britain


“I think one thing he will think of is the last time Denmark were in the European Championships semi-finals, Denmark did win on penalties so he can bring that into it.”

source: SportMob

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