Long interrupted after a serious discomfort from Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, the meeting between Denmark and Finland has finally resumed.

And it was finally the "little" Finns who created the surprise by winning 1 to 0, in Copenhagen, at the end of an evening full of emotions. 

Denmark were beaten at home by Finland 1-0 on Saturday for their entry into the Euro after a match marked by the discomfort of Christian Eriksen, their playmaker, which aroused great emotion in the world of soccer.

Touched by discomfort, the midfielder collapsed shortly before half-time (43rd) forcing the referee to interrupt the game.

After the restart, Pohjanpalo, with a powerful header receiving a cross from Uronen, opened the scoring against the run of the game for Finland (60th).

The Danish team, however, had the opportunity to come back to their opponent's level, but the penalty, taken softly by Hojbjerg, was stopped by the Finnish goalkeeper.