Quarter of a century ago, Denmark beat Germany 2:0 in the final. To mark this anniversary, Denmark has invited the German team to play them in Copenhagen. The Germans will be making the most of this opportunity as a test prior to facing San Marino in their next World Cup qualifier.
German television channel will be broadcasting the international game live from Copenhagen from 8.15 pm this evening. The LED banner will repeatedly show LIQUI MOLY. Danish viewers will see more than those in Germany since the broadcast will be what is called a “two-sided TV production” - i.e. the match will be filmed from both directions. This means there is a Danish side and a German side for the full-length banners. The LIQUI MOLY will appear on the Danish side, but this also includes the two LED banners behind the goals.
Here’s to some spectacular goals and a great match with LIQUI MOLY.