Since 1996, when the legendary song was released Three Lions (Football Homecoming)Every major international tournament kicks off, English fans put up the phrase Coming home. To them, it feels like an anthem, and it clearly indicates that they will finally break the title drought they’ve been running since 1966.
One day after the Euro 2020 semi-final between England and Denmark, the fever was كانت Coming home It feels very special in English lands. Denmark national team goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel was asked about the problem, and he replied with a phishing that didn’t take long to make a noise in the digital ecosystem.
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– Reporter: “You may have heard the phrase ‘He’s coming home,’ what does it mean to you guys to keep me from going home?”
– Kasper Schmeichel: “Have you ever gone home? I mean, did they win it (the European Cup)?”
– Reporter: In 1966.
– Kasper Schmeichel: “But wasn’t this the World Cup?”
– Reporter: “Yes, but it’s all about an international championship that will finally come home.”
Kasper Schmeichel: “Honestly, I didn’t think about what stopping England would mean, but what Denmark would mean. Honestly, I’ve focused a little bit on the England national team. It means nothing to me. It’s what we will do for our country back home, the joy we will bring to a country of 5.5 million people” .
The Leicester City goalkeeper is very knowledgeable, he just wanted to get him hurt. The truth gives way to it. They sing it in the World Cup and sing it in Euros. But if there is a dispute over the Euro now and they never win that title, how is the thing that they have never returned?
By the way, Denmark, despite being a small country, has a European championship on its record. They won it in 1992. One of the great figures in the historical conquest was Peter Schmeichel, Casper’s father.
Unbeatable data. England have never played in a European Championship final. If they beat Denmark, it will be the first European final in their history.
Did you know..? It took 29 years for Denmark to reach the top four in the European Championships again: 1992 and 2021). Lo Schmeichel is present in both historical championships.
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