WELSH fans have been left devastated as the national team was knocked out after Denmark takes a 4/0 lead.
They have been packing out Cardiff’s pubs after being banned from travelling to Amsterdam as they watch their country's Euro 2020 last-16 clash.
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The fans vowed to party hard from home, with supporters dressed in red taking to the streets of Cardiff to cheer on Gareth Bale's men.
But Welsh fan's nerves were rattled when Denmark's forward Kasper Dolberg put his country 1-0 up against Wales after just 26 minutes.
Events then took a turn for the worst when Denmark doubled their lead three minutes after half-time.
Wales wanted a free-kick after Simon Kjaer collided with Kieffer Moore but play was allowed to continue.
But Denmark's domination was rewarded with a third goal two minutes from time.
A fourth goal saw the Danish going through to the quarter-finals while Wales are heading home.
Meanwhile, at the stadium, hoards of Denmark fans cheer on their team.
Danish supporters were able to travel to the country if they entered and left Holland within 12 hours.
That meant he avoided having to quarantine on their arrival.
Permission was granted because both Denmark and the Netherlands are in the EU Schengen travel area — but Wales is not.
Both countries are not on the Netherland’s safe country list.
Erik Brogger, director of Denmark's Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Citizen Service,said: “You can get to football, but you have to plan quite carefully if you do not want to risk being quarantined in a hotel room.
“It should be technically possible, but you have to plan it pretty carefully.
“For most people, it will probably be better to stay at home. We encourage you to watch the match at home.”
Danish authorities said that fans are allowed to attend if fans present a negative PCR test that is at most 72 hours old.
SunSport revealed that the last-16 tie – which kicks off at the Johan Cruyff Arena – favours the Danes due to coronavirus travel guidelines.
Eriksen underwent an operation to fit a 'heart-starting' device called an ICD to help prevent future problems.
Later that week, the Inter Milan ace was discharged from hospital in a major boost.
And Eriksen even visited his Denmark pals at training ahead of their last-16 showdown with Wales.
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