United's Danish duo help see off Finland
Manchester United's Danish duo Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund were both in action on Sunday evening, as Denmark beat Finland 1-0 in Euro 2024 qualifying thanks to Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg's late strike.
Eriksen came close to opening the scoring after 19 minutes played at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium, with his rasping free-kick well saved by Finland goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky.
Operating out of his typically-creative number ten role for Kasper Hjulmand's side, the Red and Whites saw plenty of the ball but had to be patient throughout the encounter.
United's summer signing Hojlund did well during his 45-minute cameo and stretched Finland's backline throughout, marking his 8th cap for his country with victory in Group H.
That result means Denmark leapfrog Finland at the top of the table, making it two wins from two during September's internationals, following on from Thursday's 4-0 win over San Marino.
Much like Eriksen, Evans played the whole 90 minutes, with the game decided by Maksim Samorodov's first-half strike.
That result follows on from the Green and White Army's 4-2 defeat to Slovenia on Thursday, leaving them 5th in Group H after six games played.
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