Conor Gallagher and Cole Palmer's England were held to a 1-1 draw in the second group stage match of their Euro 2024 campaign.

England manager Gareth Southgate named an unchanged starting XI from his side's opening win over Serbia, meaning Blues pair Gallagher and Palmer were named on the substitutes bench.

Harry Kane opened the scoring after 18 minutes, Kyle Walker finding the England captain in the box after stealing possession down the right flank.

It was 1-1 going into half-time though after Morten Hjulmand pulled Denmark level in the 34th minute with a thunderous strike from distance.

With the Three Lions searching for the next goal, midfielder Gallagher was introduced from the bench - like he was in the opening win against Serbia - in the 54th minute to replace Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Moments after entering the fray, Gallagher was needed defensively and he was alert to cut out a dangerous looking ball that was sent into the England box from the right wing.

Blues forward Palmer will have to wait to make his major tournament debut with England's senior squad, as he remained on the bench throughout the draw.

Earlier in the day, Djordje Petrovic was an unused substitute as Serbia grabbed a late goal to draw 1-1 with Slovenia and then in the late kick-off, Marc Cucurella played the full 90 minutes as Spain beat Italy 1-0 to top Group B.

Following Thursday's two draws in Group C, progression to the knockout stages will be determined by results in the final clashes on Tuesday night (25 June, 8pm KO UK time).

England face Slovenia on Tuesday night, while Denmark meet Petrovic's Serbia at the same time.