Rasmus Hojlund makes ‘guilty’ admission after Euro 2024 exit to hand Man Utd reality check

Manchester United have been dealt a reality check after Rasmus Hojlund’s ‘guilty’ comments at Euro 2024.

On Saturday Hojlund and his Denmark teammates were left frustrated after a controversial 2-0 defeat to Germany eliminated them from Euro 2024.

Denmark were denied an opener in their round-of-16 tie in Dortmund when VAR judged Joachim Andersen to be marginally offside.

Moments later, VAR intervened when a cross hit Andersen’s hand from point-blank range. Upon reviewing the incident on the pitchside monitor, referee Michael Oliver awarded Germany a penalty which Kai Havertz dispatched.

Jamal Musiala doubled the host’s lead shortly afterwards, but Denmark could have gotten themselves back in the game had Hojlund not smashed a close-range effort into the side-netting.

The Man United striker failed to score and was substituted late in the second half, as was the case in Denmark’s three group matches.

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