The best jokes from Denmark 0-0 France, first goalless draw at Russia 2018

Both teams reach last 16 after snoozefest.

France manager Didier Deschamps may not be in the mood for jokes after 0-0 draw with Denmark
DREW: Deschamps (Image: Вячеслав Евдокимов)

Denmark and France are both through to the last 16 of the World Cup after playing out a disgraceful 0-0 draw in Moscow that passed with little incident.

In the first goalless match of the tournament, with 38 games played, the French continued to disappoint despite topping Group C.

Jeers could be heard from the crowd at the Luzhniki Stadium as neither side made much effort to score, with the Danes seemingly content in second place despite appearing to have nothing to lose by attempting to win the game.

They will now play the Group D winners in the next round, while France will face the runners-up.

Here are the best of the jokes from Denmark 0-0 France at Russia 2018:



The fans at #DENFRA are doing their best Ernie Merrick impersonations. #AUSPER. pic.twitter.com/z0puplexAi

— West Sydney Football (@WestSydney) June 26, 2018


The referee isn't looking at any VAR footage of this Denmark vs France match because he doesn't want to watch any of this crap again. #WorldCup #DENFRA

— Mark Jones (@mistermarkjones) June 26, 2018

Airfare to Russia: $600
Accommodations: $400
Football tickets: $300#DENFRA: shit

— Andrew Roth (@Andrew__Roth) June 26, 2018

The Denmark vs France game is what everyone in America thinks every game of Soccer is like #DENFRA

— Richard Sharp (@RichSharpy) June 26, 2018




I wish I’d some painting before this game. Then I could have watched it dry. #DENFRA

— Garry Pierrepont (@Weysider) June 26, 2018

The Denmark France game is like a boring date where the guy who asks a girl what's the capital city of China. #DENFRA #WorldCup

— Raymond Siwale (@siwaler) June 26, 2018


It's as if a draw is good enough for France and Denmark…#DENFRA

— Max Rushden (@maxrushden) June 26, 2018

I think part of my soul died watching this game #DENFRA

— Daisy Bennett (@DaisyAmeliaBee) June 26, 2018

Only thing worse than the first half, is the second #DENFRA

— Kenny Jones (@kaj1981) June 26, 2018

Refund the tickets. #DENFRA

— Oliver Zesiger (@aulit_z) June 26, 2018

If your still watching this, then I salute you #DENFRA #WorldCup #wank

— Phil Lindsay (@PhilPhenom) June 26, 2018

Both teams should be thrown out of world cup for being so boring #DENFRA

— Rob Southwell (@robsou1983) June 26, 2018

First time I've heard a crowd boo the announcement of added time. #DENFRA

— Pundamentalism (@Pundamentalism) June 26, 2018


When you think of all the great dramas and comedies and music wiped by the BBC in the 60s and then consider that this game, this #DENFRA shameful lame fiasco, will be probably preserved somewhere forever. In its entirety. For The Ages. Well done human race.

— Danny Baker (@prodnose) June 26, 2018


Denmark vs France pic.twitter.com/18m9jM401g

— Jonas Giæver (@CheGiaevara) June 26, 2018

France and Denmark – such great pastries, such terrible football. #DENFRA

— Pundamentalism (@Pundamentalism) June 26, 2018


Can’t we just disqualify France for three games of turgid nothingness and put Peru through simply for being good fun? #DENFRA

— Dan O'Hagan (@danohagan) June 26, 2018

I once locked myself in the stairwell between my flat and the front door for three hours without a phone or a book. That was more exciting than this. #DENFRA

— Caspar Salmon (@CasparSalmon) June 26, 2018


I feel genuinely sorry for commentators who have had to make this match sound exciting. Very much earning their pay tonight. #DENFRA

— Lee Roden (@LeeRoden89) June 26, 2018

can't believe i wasted 90 minutes of my life for this sh*t…
#DENFRA #WorldCup

— Kris (@xtinap1) June 26, 2018

#DEN vs #FRA highlights pic.twitter.com/Q4WyVONWwO

— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) June 26, 2018

That really did sum up this shitfest #DENFRA pic.twitter.com/LpCvWlQD4y

— Dario Valente (@Darval2711) June 26, 2018


Dion’s done.

Thank heavens that’s over. #bbcworldcup #DENFRA pic.twitter.com/0c2GhyinVA

— Conor McNamara (@ConorMcNamaraIE) June 26, 2018