Evian Thonon Gaillard star Daniel Wass managed 45 minutes of Denmark’s international friendly with France on Sunday evening, while Simon Kjaer played the full 90 minutes.
Wass was once again named in the starting line-up as Denmark contested an international friendly against the Euro 2016 hosts on Sunday evening.
He featured for the first half before being replaced by Simon Poulsen.
By this point, France had already taken control of the contest; Alexandre Lacazette gave the home side the lead on 14 minutes, before Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud doubled their advantage 24 minutes later.
Wass featured alongside Wigan Athletic’s William Kvist in a two-man double pivot at the heart of Denmark’s 4-2-3-1 formation.
LOSC Lille defender Simon Kjaer and En Avant de Guingamp’s Lars Jacobsen both played the full 90 minutes at the heart of the defence, while FC Nantes man Kian Hansen came on in the 77th minute for a brief cameo.
Having entered as a substitute earlier in the week as Denmark secured a 3-2 triumph of the United States, Toulouse’s Martin Braithwaite was an unused substitute against the French, as was Guingamp goalie Jonas Lossl.