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Tunisia draw Denmark 0-0 in the first match of Group D

Al-Rayyan: Denmark hit the woodwork in the second half when they drew 0-0 with Tunisia in their Group D World Cup opener on Tuesday night (local time).

It was a game that sizzled and sizzled, but never quite caught fire at Education City Stadium.

Taha Yassine Khenissi and Dane Andreas Christensen of Tunisia vie for the ball.Credit:fake images

Against a backdrop of raucous noise provided by the thousands of Tunisian fans in the stands, Issam Jebali had a goal disallowed for offside in the 23rd minute, but it was Denmark who provided most of the attacking football in the first half.

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The Danes picked up the pace in the second, with Christian Eriksen firing a rough left-footed shot that was saved by goalkeeper Aymen Dahmen in the 69th minute, and Andreas Cornelius hitting the post with a header from the resulting corner.

Tunisia defended resolutely and threatened on the counter as the Danes battled to bring them down, and in the end their fans were delighted with a point that sets them up for their next game against Australia as Denmark take on France.


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