‘Euro 3 draws’ Denmark 2nd place A yellow card received by Slovenia’s third-place coach splits the rankings.

In the group stage of the ‘2024 Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Euro 2024’, a yellow card from a coach, not a player, made the difference between the final rankings of Denmark and Slovenia.

Denmark drew 0-0 with Serbia in the final match of Group C of the Euro 2024 group stage held at the Fussball Arena Munich in Munich, Germany on the 26th (Korean time).

At the same time, the match between England and Slovenia held at the Stadion Koln in Cologne, Germany also ended 0-0.

With this, Denmark (3 points), which recorded only 3 draws in the group stage, has secured

its place in the round of 16 of Euro 2024 by finishing in second place in the group. On the other hand, Slovenia, which also recorded only 3 draws in the same Group C, finished in third place in the group. However, it succeeded in advancing to the round of 16 by earning 3 points. 슬롯사이트

In Euro, if two or more teams have the same number of points in the group stage, the winner-winner rule is applied first.

However, Denmark and Slovenia also drew in their head-to-head matches, so the winner-winner rule cannot be applied. Surprisingly, the two teams are tied in goal difference and goals scored. When the result cannot be determined by the number of goals scored, the issue is fair play. According to the Euro website, if the ranking cannot be determined by goals scored, the two teams will be ranked based on the number of yellow cards and red cards received in the group stage matches. Red cards are worth 3 points each, yellow cards are worth 1 point each, and if a player is sent off after receiving two yellow cards, 3 points are also awarded. Denmark and Slovenia received 6 yellow cards each in the 3 group stage matches. The two teams seemed to have the same fair play score, but a yellow card from a coach, not a player, determined the rankings of the two teams. This is because Slovenia’s coach Milivoje Novakovic received a yellow card in the first group stage match against Denmark. Slovenia is tied with Denmark in points, head-to-head record, goal difference, and goals scored, but is now in 3rd place due to a yellow card difference. Denmark, which came in 2nd in Group C, will play the host country Germany in the round of 16 on the 30th. Slovenia will face Portugal or the winner of Group E next month. As the four teams in Group E, Romania, Belgium, Slovakia, and Ukraine, are currently tied with 3 points with 1 win and 1 loss, Slovenia’s opponent in the round of 16 will not be confirmed until the 27th. 파친코사이트

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