Danish League National Team 0-0 Against South Korea

The Danish league national football team in played 0-0 against South Korea’s Olympic team in the King’s Cup tournament in Thailand on Wednesday evening 18 January 2011
The Danish team also played a draw 1-1 against Norway on Sunday at the Rajamangala Stadium.
The team’s last match in the King’s Cup will be on Saturday, where the opponent is the Thai hosts.
Prior to the match Wednesday against the South Koreans, national coach Morten Olsen had made ​​six changes to the starting line-up compared to the first match. Among the new players were goalie Jonas Lössl that replaced Jesper Hansen. Match reports names Lössl the best player of the Danes during that match.
In the first half, Lyngby striker Emil Larsen actually shot a goal for Denmark, but in a disputed ruling the referee decided he was offside which caused great disappointment for the Danish team.
After the break Denmark was reportedly not much active in front of the South Korean goal. Less than 10 minutes before the end of the match, the only 17 year old Lucas Andersen was sent in to substituted Tobias Mikkelsen, which makes him the youngest player ever to have played on the Danish  league national football team. Lucas Andersen, was initially not selected for the team, but joined to replace the injured Soren Rieks.


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