Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has said that Denmark treatment left him hurt.
On Monday, a couple of recoveries from Kasper Schmeichel enabled Denmark to book their place in Euro 2020 as they attracted Ireland 1-1 the tenth and last match of qualifying.
Denmark are presently 34 matches unbeaten, one shy of tying the unequaled record, last enduring annihilation against Poland in October 2016.
The match denoted Schmeichel’s 53rd cap and the Dane has conceded that he felt overlooked by the alliance after not making his international debut until he was 26.
“I felt I was overlooked,” BT report him saying to Kanal 5.
“The feeling of not getting the chance when I was younger, while I myself felt I had the level to be involved, and the feeling of being overlooked still lies deep within me.”
“There is not a single player out there for the money. It is such an uncomfortable claim, and especially when it means so much, and you spend so much time on it.”
Schmeichel has since established his inheritance by winning the unlikeliest of Premier League titles and putting on an excellent showcase finally summer’s World Cup in Russia. At age 33, it’s impossible that he’ll ever have the option to break his dad’s (Peter) Danish record of 129 tops.
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