Ruthless England demolish China, Australia to play Denmark in round of 16

The result ends a long drought for the Danes, who last advanced to the knockout stage in 1995.

Pernille Harder of Denmark scores for her side in their 2-0 win over Haiti.Credit: Getty Images

Denmark started with a bang and remained undeterred after a third-minute goal by defender Simone Boye was ruled offside by VAR.

Haiti midfielder Dayana Pierre-Louis conceded a penalty for handball in the 21st minute, which gave Harder her moment, coolly slotting the ball in the bottom-left corner from the…

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