History of the European Championship Part III: The 1990s
In part three of our ‘History of the European Championship’ series, we turn our attentions to the 1990s where the tournament saw the unlikeliest of victors and changes in the laws of football.
Denmark were not even supposed to be at the 1992 event but having been brought in as a late replacement for Yugoslavia, they would knock out reigning champions the Netherlands in the semi-finals before triumphing over reigning World Cup winners German in the final.
Germany would be victors four years later at the tournament where it looked like football would be coming home as hosts England went on a run to the semi-finals – listen as we look back on an incredible two tournaments.
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