Stadium MK played host to its second UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 match on Tuesday evening as 11,615 spectators watched Denmark beat Finland 1-0 in Group B.
Denmark were being frustrated by the Fins, particularly by Tinja-Riikka Korpela who produced a stunning first-half save in front of the Cowshed.
However, Chelsea forward Pernille Harder headed home a rebound off the crossbar with 18 minutes left to play, securing victory for her nation to move them level on points with Germany and Spain, who face off later on Tuesday in Brentford.
Finland, who went agonisingly close to an equaliser in stoppage time, remain without a point after their second successive group-stage defeat and are likely out of the competition baring a mathematical miracle.
They could, however, still have a say in Germany’s fate as they take on the eight-time winners, at Stadium MK, this Friday night - kick-off 8pm.
Tickets for Friday's meeting between Finland and Germany are priced from £10. To purchase tickets visit uefa.com/womenseuro/ticketing
Stadium MK, which has also played host to two Group B matches, will also entertain the second of the two semi finals, though tickets for that have now SOLD OUT!