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- Dark horses Denmark exit World Cup as attack fails to fireSoccer ·
November 30, 2022 · 5:54 PM UTC· undefined ago
Denmark's remarkable run in international football ended with a whimper as they exited the World Cup at the first hurdle after failing to recreate their free-scoring qualifying form, netting only one goal in three games.