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Man United star Rasmus Hojlund admits feeling 'guilty' in emotional post

Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund admitted to feeling guilty over Denmark's elimination from Euro 2024.

Hojlund and Christian Eriksen both bid farewell to the tournament on Saturday evening as they were beaten 2-0 by host nation Germany. The 21-year-old was a constant threat throughout the game and the Danes thought they had taken the lead through Joachim Andersen.

However, VAR deemed Thomas Delaney to be offside in the build-up. Moments later, Andersen was involved in a challenge at the other end of the pitch when referee Michael Oliver awarded Germany a penalty.

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Arsenal's Kai Havertz calmly slotted the ball past Kasper Schmeichel before Jamal Musiala extended the hosts' lead. There was no coming back from that for Denmark and the nation's exit was perhaps not unexpected after they failed to win a game in the group stage.

Hojlund took to Instagram after the game to express his feelings. "To be honest I didn’t really know what to expect from my first Euros," he wrote. "Supporting Denmark during a tournament was always one of the highlights as a Dane, playing for Denmark was indescribable.

"I was so eager, and wanted so badly to make our country proud. I texted one of my friends that I felt a bit guilty. It’s a weird sentimental mix, because there’s also pride. Obviously we wanted to bring the cup home, but the thing that will always bring me pride, both as a footballer and a Dane."

Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand felt his team were hard done by. "It was decided by two VAR decisions," he said post-match. "16 seconds of a