Wales will confront Denmark in the last 16 at Euro 2016 after Kasper Hjumland’s side beat Russia to get second spot in Group B.

Grains will play Denmark next at Euro 2020 as the last-16 line-up begins to come to fruition. Kasper Hjumland’s side endured a ghastly beginning to their mission at the competition after midfielder Christian Eriksen endured a heart failure on the pitch, then, at that point lost their initial two games before amazingly protecting second spot in Group B with a success over Russia.

Chelsea protector Andreas Christensen scored during a 4-1 triumph for Denmark after prior objectives from Mikkel Damsgaard and Yussuf Poulsen put them in control against Russia, with Joakim Maehle finishing the scoring late on.

With Finland beaten 2-0 by Belgium in their last Group B games, the Danes’ success got second spot and a conflict against Robert Page’s Wales on Saturday.

The triumph finished a noteworthy turnaround for Denmark, who seemed to take off after they lost their initial games to Finland and Belgium.

Furthermore, their second-set completion likewise means England are ensured a spot in the last 16.

Grains tied down second spot in Group A regardless of rout to Italy on Sunday.

The 1-0 scoreline was complimenting on Wales, who were totally overwhelmed by the Azzurri at the Stadio Olympico.

Roberto Mancini’s side had a shocking 69 percent of the belonging in Rome and oversaw 23 shots altogether.

However, the heroics of Wales manager Danny Ward and some roused safeguarding implied that they just had Matteo Pessina’s first-half objective to show for their predominance.

The Dragons have dazzled in the competition up until now and are wanting to circle back to their semi-last debut at their last European Championship in 2016.

Juventus star Ramsey accepts that his side will mess collaborates in the knockout stages, highlighting their Gareth Bale-drove assault.

Maybe awkwardly for their expected adversaries, Ramsey accepts that Wales have space for development.

“We have a ton of assaulting danger. We keep games truly close, we buckle down for one another. Thus, we have a decent equilibrium,” he told ITV.

“In the primary half we showed looks at what we can do against great resistance, we kept the ball well, set two or three open doors.

“We simply should be more steady all through the game in doing that, since we have the quality to do it.

“Thus, it’s just about having a touch of conviction to go out there and do that, however again we’re through now in runner up so we’re pleased.”