As the host has managed to win the first time, there is a lot of tension created for the last matchday in Group A. Denmark deserves the victory, although one individual action decided the match. Of course, a fantastic goal by the Bayer Leverkusen striker who will play Champions League next season. Some words on Tagliavento who was not invisible during the match.
When I first saw the penalty given by him in the 22nd minute, I thought that he was absolutely right. However, when the replays came up, I had to correct me a bit. I think he can give it, but there are certainly many referees who would just have smiled at Jörgensen who surely wanted to get the penalty. The Belarusian player did him a favor and pulled out his arms. No obvious penalty, but it was no mistake. In the second half the same scenario the other way round: I first thought he only would have played the ball but this was a mistake. Tagliavento should have seen that he first contacted the opponent and then the ball. This penalty was a thousand times more obvious than the first one (from Tagliavento's position).
Akrivos and Koskela had to make two close decisions, Akrivos before the first goal was scored, brilliantly seen by the Greece. On the other side, just a few minutes later, Koskela decided no offside as well, that was very close and also well seen. Akrivos had one or two wrong decisions, but just minors like corner kick decisions.
After we have seen all the referees, I think the decision is hard for UEFA who will referee the three matches after group stage. My favourites are Strahonja, Schorgenhofer and Tagliavento. But the other ones have chances as well.