In the final round of fixtures in Group C, Germany and Denmark go head to head in what is a massive game for both sides, as Mario Gomez looks set to once again steal the headlines after already hitting three goals so far.
Germany have had a flying start to Euro 2012 and have taken maximum points from their first two matches. They are not guaranteed to qualify for the knockout stages though if results go against them.
Joachim Loew’s men put in a thoroughly convincing display against Holland last time out where two sublime goals from Mario Gomez saw them take the match 2-1.
Gomez now has now found the net three times in the tournament and with the way he took goals against Holland, looks to be in the form of his life.
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Germany have been the nearly men in recent major competitions, finishing in second in Euro 2008 and in third place in the 2006 and 2010 World Cup. This time around though, they look set to go all the way.
As for Denmark, they would have been disappointed to lost their last game too Portugal, especially after coming from two goals down to make it 2-2. However a late goal for Portugal gave them the points.
Morten Olsen’s men now have three points from their opening two games so are still in with a chance of qualifying for the knockout stages. However, Olsen will know it will be a tough test for his side against the group’s strongest team.
Nicklas Bendtner proved himself on the international stage last time out with two well taken goals. Many people had doubted the Sunderland striker to do well in the tournament but he has started to prove them wrong.
Olsen must now lift the spirits in his squad as they look to upset the odds and reach the knockout stages.
It is all set to be an enthralling encounter and it gets underway from 7.45pm on Sunday.