The former Manchester United shot stopper was speaking on Denmark FA’s official website and said;
“If I’m honest, I think Denmark are favourites. I think it’s going to be tight,” he told the
“There are great similarities between the managers. [They are] very similar in their approach, man management, how they want to play the game, [they’re] very flexible, they keep very solid at the back and in midfield and then they have creativity in the wider areas and people who are getting on the end of chances up front.
“I really do believe this is very evenly balanced, in spite of what people may read in England. It’s very much about what happens on the day.”
“We might be a small country but in football terms we’re up there. We think we can compete with anybody, we think we can have the same chance as anybody, but of course we don’t have the same number of quality players as other nations have.
“So for us, it’s about creating an atmosphere and making sure everything is right on the day. Then it’s set up for us to make results.”
Can the Danish topple the English tonight at Wembley stadium and repeat the glory of 1992?