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Thursday, 6 June, 2002, 06:28 GMT 07:28 UK
Denmark v Senegal photos
Denmark winger Jesper Gronkjaer is tackled by Senegal defender Ferdinand Coly

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Jesper Gronkjaer's trickery provokes a lunging challenge from Senegal's Ferdinand Coly as the Danes press forward early on
Denmark's Thomas Gravesen and Stig Tofting keep a close eye on Senegal forward El Hadji Diouf

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Denmark's midfield duo Thomas Gravesen and Stig Tofting close down Senegal star El Hadji Diouf (centre)
Jon Dahl Tomasson falls under the challenge of Senegal's Salif Diao

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Senegal midfielder Salif Diao clumsily brings down Jon Dahl Tomasson, giving away a needless penalty after only 15 minutes
Jon Dahl Tomasson scores from the spot against Senegal

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The ex-Newcastle striker picks himself up to drive the ball past Tony Sylva's despairing dive
Salif Diao celebrates his equalising goal with Khalilou Fadiga

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Diao (left) makes amends for conceding the penalty, coolly finishing off a superb Senegal breakaway just after half-time
Senegal's Salif Diao (left) is sent off after 79 minutes for a dangerous tackle on the grounded Rene Henriksen

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The game ends on a sour note following a wild tackle from Diao, whose eventful afternoon ends with an early bath

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