Denmark stuns England with 4-1 triumph

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

England conceded four second-half goals on Wednesday to lose 4-1 at Denmark and suffer its worst defeat in 25 years.

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England conceded four second-half goals on Wednesday to lose 4-1 at Denmark and suffer its worst defeat in 25 years. Dennis Rommedahl and Jon Dahl Tomasson scored before Michael Gravgaard marked his debut in the 67th minute to complete a burst of three goals in seven minutes. Wayne Rooney got a goal back for England with two minutes to go, but substitute Soeren Larsen added a fourth in the second minute of injury time. That completed England's worst loss since 1980's loss at Wales by the same score. It was also Denmark's second straight win over England - following November's 3-2 win at Old Trafford - and first over England in eight home games. (AP)

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