Tomasson brought Denmark one up again in the 66th minute, but just minutes before the final whistle Mattias Jonson equalised for Sweden to make up the final score of 2—2.
The Italians, meanwhile, had beaten Bulgaria by 2—1 on a goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time , which would have otherwise sent them through.
This caused an uproar within the Italian team, with goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and Italian football federation president Franco Carraro both accusing the Danish and Swedish team of match fixing.
UEFA did not investigate the case. The first game was played on 2 June , and started out with the Swedish side going three goals up after two goals from Johan Elmander and one from Petter Hansson in the first half-hour of the game.
In the 89th minute, Denmark's Christian Poulsen hit Markus Rosenberg in the stomach, prompting German referee Herbert Fandel to send him off and award Sweden a penalty kick.
Before the penalty kick could be executed, a Danish supporter ran unto the pitch and attempted to punch Fandel, but was stopped by Denmark's Michael Gravgaard.
The two teams met for the re-match on 8 September in Stockholm, which ended in a 0—0 draw. Denmark's Thomas Kahlenberg scored the only goal in the 22nd minute after a defensive mistake by Mikael Nilsson.
The 10 October re-match was the first rivalry game at Parken Stadium since the controversial fan attack incident. During the game, Sweden had two goals correctly annulled for offside , before Denmark's Jakob Poulsen scored the only goal in the 78th minute.
The return fixture in Denmark saw a 2—2 draw, Ibrahimovic scored a brace, scoring in 19th and 76th minute respectively. Poulsen opened scoring for Denmark with a goal at the 82nd minute and Vestergaard scored one at the last minute of the game.
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Danish Football Association Managers. Exploiting the hurt religious feelings of the Roman Catholic population under Protestant occupation and organizing Polish-Lithuanian military leaders in the Tyszowce Confederation , John II Casimir Vasa managed to regain ground in Russia took advantage of the Swedish setback, declared war on Sweden and pushed into Lithuania and Swedish Livonia.
This triggered Frederick III of Denmark 's invasion of the Swedish mainland in the spring of , in an attempt to settle old scores from the Torstenson War while Sweden was busy elsewhere.
Brandenburg left the alliance with Sweden when granted full sovereignty in the Duchy of Prussia by the Polish king in the treaties of Wehlau and Bromberg.
It was a continuation of an earlier conflict between the two belligerents which had ended just months earlier, after Sweden and Denmark brokered a peace agreement in Roskilde in In the aftermath of that conflict, the Swedish king Charles X Gustav desired to add the province of Royal Prussia in Poland to the Swedish realm, but his position in the region was not strong enough with the opposition of Brandenburg and Austria.
A quick and decisive defeat of Denmark was however only seen as a means to a greater end. The long-term goal was to wage war in Europe without fearing Danish interference.
It was fought mainly on Scanian soil, in the former Danish provinces along the border with Sweden and in Northern Germany. While the latter battles are regarded a theater of the Scanian war in English, Danish and Swedish historiography, they are seen as a separate war in German historiography, called the Swedish-Brandenburgian War.
The war was prompted by the Swedish involvement in the Franco-Dutch War. Sweden had allied with France against several European countries.
In , the Danish and Swedish governments signed an agreement to establish a fixed link across the Öresund. The agreement was ratified by the two countries' parliaments in August of the same year.
The project cost more than DKK 12 billion and comprises a In addition, many Swedes and Danes consider themselves culturally and historically linked, in large part because the languages are mutually intelligible especially in the border regions.
Even in modern times, there have been serious talks of a Nordic Union , either within or in competition with the European Union , and a Nordic Passport Union has been in existence since , allowing all citizens of the Nordic countries to travel freely without documents.
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