Denmark vs Tunisia FIFA World Cup Football Match 22 Now 2022
Denmark begin their 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign in Group D against Tunisia as the Euro 2020 semifinalists bid to start on a high.
The African side have never qualified from the group stage and know with games against Australia and France to come, taking points off Denmark will be crucial to their quest to end that run.
Christian Eriksen is set to makes his first appearance at a major tournament since he suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch at the European Championships and he’ll be the man his teammates turn to should Tunisia put up a strong fight.
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120 mins to kickoff: Kadri also had something to say to the fans yesterday. “I have a message to pass on to the Tunisians,” he said.
“Know that the entire national team has only one objective: to make Tunisia proud. We did not come for nothing – we are determined to win and move on to the second round.”
However, the Carthage Eagles’ participation in Russia was short-lived, as they picked up three points from their three matches to finish third and suffer another group-stage exit from the tournament.
Tasked with guiding Tunisia to a first-ever knockout-stage appearance, manager Jalel Kadri has his job cut out after being drawn against France, Denmark and Australia for a place in the next round.
The North Africans had endured a shaky qualifying campaign, where they finished two points above runners-up Equatorial Guinea in Group B before narrowly claiming a 1-0 aggregate victory over Mali in the two-legged playoff back in March.
Since their victory over Eric Chelle‘s side, Tunisia have put together a fine run of results, claiming five wins and one draw from their subsequent seven matches across all competitions — a run which sees them sit top of Group J of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The 2014 AFCON champions, who are ranked 30th in the latest FIFA World Rankings, will head into Tuesday in sky-high spirits following a 2-0 victory over Iran in last week’s warm-up friendly.