Denmark claimed the first upset of Euro 2012 by overcoming a badly misfiring Netherlands side 1-0 in their opening Group B match at Metalist Stadium on Saturday.
Brondby forward Michael Krohn-Dehli claimed the game's only goal mid-way through the first half, as Denmark avenged their opening-game loss at the 2010 World Cup and recorded a first win over the Dutch since 1967.
Defeat already compromises the Netherlands' chances of progressing to the knockout phase, with games against Germany and Portugal still to come in the competition's most unforgiving group.
Dutch midfielder Arjen Robben (C) vies with Danish defender and captain Daniel Agger (L) and Danish defender Simon Poulsen during the Euro 2012 football championships group match between the Netherlands and Denmark on June 9, 2012 at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK HERTZOG