Denmark looking for a way to stop Benjamin Šeško: Goalkeeper and assistant selector ‘interrogate’ club teammate of hot Slovenian
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In Denmark, they are convinced – to go to Euro 2024 will need to find a way to beat Jan Oblak on Friday and at the same time find a recipe to stop Benjamin Šeško. The local media see him as Slovenia’s most dangerous player for a reason, and Yussuf Poulsen is a great help to his teammates and the professional staff in finding a way to neutralise him as much as possible.
The 29-year-old Danish national team striker has been earning his club living at RB Leipzig since 2013, and before the match against Slovenia, his duties are not only on the training pitch, but also passing on information to his compatriots that could be of great use to them in the match against Keke’s squad.
“We use him, we make good use of his information and we will continue to do so,” Morten Wieghorst, told the Danish media, a one-time football player for the Scottish giants Celtic, told the Danish media, who is currently assistant selector of the Danish national team.
“Yesterday, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel spoke to him and asked him about Benjamin Šešek. I also have a few questions for Yussuf,” continued 52-year-old Morten Wieghorst, who added: “Yussuf can help us how to exploit the small weaknesses that Šeško has. We always assess the opponent as a whole, but there is certainly something useful to be found that relates to individuals. Yussuf is really helping us this time.”
This text was automatically translated using AI.