Denmark's coach, Kasper Hjulmand, was visibly anxious during the latter part of the match against Serbia, which ended in a goalless draw on Tuesday. Despite the tense finish, Denmark secured their spot in the last-16 against Germany, the Euro 2024 hosts, and Hjulmand anticipates an improvement in his team's performance. The Danish team managed to qualify as the second team in Group C with three points, trailing England by two points, who also drew their match against Slovenia without scoring. Hjulmand expressed his satisfaction with the defensive efforts, especially in the final minutes against Serbia, and acknowledged the need for adjustments in the attacking strategy. He emphasized the team's resilience and the positive aspects of their performance. Denmark's group stage concluded with three consecutive draws, and they are set to face a confident German team in Dortmund on Saturday, who led Group A with seven points and enjoyed two additional days of rest. Hjulmand expressed his excitement about the upcoming match against Germany, highlighting the Danish team's ability to rise to the occasion against strong opponents. Kasper Schmeichel, the Danish goalkeeper, whose father was part of the 1992 Euro-winning team, is eager to challenge the host nation, stating that belief in their chances is crucial.