Denmark beat China 1-0 with a dangerous performance.

Denmark beat China 1-0 in the Women's World Cup on Saturday.

Denmark secured the win thanks to a 90th-minute goal from substitute Amalie Vengsgaard.

Wangsgaard had only come on in the 85th and made a tremendous impact with his first goal for the country.

It was also the first header goal of the tournament and it started a wave of jubilation among the Danish players.

The win brought the Danes level with European champions England at the top of Group D.

China managed only one shot in the match when Zhang Linyan made a save from the edge of the box.

Denmark next take on England in Sydney on Friday which will be a very exciting affair.

China will travel to Adelaide to face Haiti on Friday.