Goals with History: Jensen

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NEWS | 02/28/2020 | PHOTOGRAPHER: Brand Archive

In the 1977/1978 season, the Danish scored a double in the Bernabéu against Barcelona.

This week, in Goals with History, the protagonist is Henning Jensen. The striker arrived at Real Madrid in the summer of 1976 from Borussia Mönchengladbach and became the first Danish footballer to play with the white team.

In the 1977/1978 season, the Real Madrid received Barcelona on the 29th day of League. Jensen achieved a double by scoring the first two goals of the match, which ended 4-0. In the first one a beautiful combination culminated with a close fit to the stick. The second was born from a center from the right wing, which spliced ​​the Danish from the edge of the area and slipped through the squad.

Jensen, what passed away in 2017 At 68, he wore the white shirt for three seasons, in which he played 102 games, scored 19 goals and won two leagues consecutively.

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