The last fixture of Group D brought us a spectacle as Ireland and Denmark played it out with qualifying for European Championship at stake.
However, Denmark struck first as Braithwaite scored to make it 1-0. However, The Green Army fought back at 85th minute as Doherty tied the score.
The hope went up and the atmosphere was peaking. Despite all of that, Ireland failed to score.
🇩🇰 Denmark ➡️ #EURO2020
— UEFA EURO 2020 (@UEFAEURO) November 18, 2019
This means that Denmark ended the group with 16 points. Ireland came up second with 13, and a shocking goal difference of 7:5.
All is not lost for Ireland, though, as they can still qualify for Euro 2020 via the playoffs in March.