World Cup semi-finalists Germany drew 2-2 with Denmark in a friendly at Parken in Copenhagen.
Substitute Mads Junker levelled in the 86th minute when Germany goalkeeper Tim Wiese came racing out of goal – handing Junker an equaliser on a plate.
Germany had been ahead through a slick finish by Mario Gomez in the 18th minute and a coolly taken second by Patrick Helmes in the 73rd. But despite being the better side for long periods, Germany were pegged back by the hosts.
Dennis Rommedahl started Denmark’s comeback in the 74th minute with the kind of goal he has become synonymous with over the years.
Cutting in from the right at speed, he shifted the ball onto his left foot before arrowing a curling effort with his left foot inside Wiese’s right-hand post.
The comeback was complete four minutes from time when Daniel Agger played the ball over Germany’s defensive line to Rommedahl. With Wiese out of his area to meet it, he couldn’t use his hands and could only chest the ball away but it went into the path of the substitute Mads Junker who tapped into the open net from the edge of the box.