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It was an emotional time for the team after the star player Christian Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest in their first group stage match. He has since been released from hospital after surgery to implant a cardiac starter device.
Patrik Schick recovered a goal for the Czechs, but they withdraw from the tournament after an impressive performance.
Denmark opened the scoring after five minutes when Delaney came home from Jens Stryger Larsenthe corner.
They had a great opportunity to double their lead 10 minutes later when Mikkel damsgaardThe shot curled over the goalkeeper but was easily repelled by the Czechs.
Denmark made it 2-0 just before the break when Joakim maehle delivered an exceptional cross with the outside of his boot which was converted by Dolberg at close range.
The Czechs scored a goal behind four minutes into the second half after Schick produced a fine finish of Vladimir Coufal‘s cross.
Schick is now leading the race for the Golden Shoe race with Cristiano Ronaldo on five goals.
With 10 minutes remaining, Vaclik was called to action again to prevent Maehle from scoring at close range.
Antonin Barak almost equalized late in the game with a long-distance volley, but he missed out and Denmark held on for the win.