A EURO game with four Black & Yellows in action: Thomas Delaney's Denmark went head-to-head with a Belgium side featuring Thorgan Hazard, Thomas Meunier and Axel Witsel in Copenhagen. Hazard scored the equaliser to set the Belgians on their way to a 2-1 win and secure a place in the Round of 16. Witsel made his return to injury after a 159-day absence.

There were emotional scenes prior to kick-off: at the handshake, the Belgians handed Danish captain Simon Kjaer a framed Belgium jersey with the number 10 on the back and the inscription ''Christian'' and ''Get Well Soon'' - signed by every member of the Red Devils squad. A nice gesture for Christian Eriksen, who has been given the all-clear from the hospital after the tragic scenes in his side's opening group match this week.

A further goosebumps moment followed shortly after kick-off. The players from both teams suspended play and applauded for Eriksen - they were joined by a standing ovation from the 25,000 fans in Copenhagen, who raised a banner which read ''The whole of Denmark is behind you, Christian''. 

Hazard scores for Belgium, Witsel back in action after 159 days

With Delaney in the starting line-up, it was Denmark who grabbed the lead as early as the second minute. The 29-year-old BVB man played the full 90 minutes, as did Meunier on the opposing side. With an assist from Kevin De Bruyne, Hazard scored the equaliser in the 55th minute. The Black & Yellow winger was substituted off in the 55th minute.

Just four minutes after the equaliser came a moment for all BVB fans to celebrate: after 159 days on the sidelines with an achilles tear, Axel Witsel made his return to competitive action. At the end of May he published a photo on his Instagram account which showed him on the training pitch and which was caption: ''Back on the pitch.'' Today he played his first game after his long spell out injured. 

The Belgians completed their comeback thanks to Kevin De Bruyne's goal and lead Group B with two wins and six points. The Red Devils have already booked their place in the Round of 16. Denmark are bottom of the group with zero points after two losses in their two games thus far.

The next EURO game with Black & Yellow involvement will take place on Friday evening, with Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham's England side taking on Scotland.