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O'Neill bemoans poor goals and missed chances versus Denmark

15 November 2017, 03:28 | Melvin Schneider

GETTY Leicester star Kasper Schmeichel will start in goal for Denmark

Leicester star Kasper Schmeichel will start in goal for Denmark

The boys in gren were ahead after just six minutes, Robbie Brady provided a sublime ball into the box, Nicolai Jorgensen flicked it up in the act of clearing, Shane Duffy was waiting to put the ball past Casper Schmeicel in the goal, the dream was alive and well.

"I'll speak to [FAI chief] John Delaney - I've not spoken to him since we spoke about the new contract", said O'Neill.

Denmark booked their spot at the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation after recording a 5-1 win over the Republic of Ireland in their second leg play-off tie. They were really poor goals to concede.

"But for us it has been a long time coming and tonight we showed what a good team we are".

"That is simply not true", he insisted, adding that he hadn't won the "trophies that I have won both as a player and manager" because of luck.

Republic boss Martin O'Neill shrugged off questions about his tactics, admitting Denmark were the better team on the night, but Andrews raised questions about the space afforded to Eriksen and his team-mates, considering the compact nature of O'Neill's side in Copenhagen on Saturday when they earned a goalless draw.

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Eriksen, who has scored 21 times in 75 internationals, said there were more goals to come from Denmark in Russian Federation.

Schmeichel watched his side run riot at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, as Denmark turned an early one-goal deficit into a resounding 5-1 win in the second leg of their World Cup qualifying play-off.

"I thought the first-half was silly how we set up, but what we did [with the subs] at half-time we were trying to work out who was going to play where. It's a big thing and I'm very happy about it".

"Denmark were stronger, they were better than us on the evening and well done to them".

"We'll take this with us and try to score as many goals as possible at the World Cup as well", said the midfielder, who doused former worldwide defender Lars Jacobsen, who was broadcasting for Danish TV, with champagne as he celebrated.



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