Even though Denmark have just beaten the Faroe Islands 2-0 in a friendly, a couple of Brentford players are still getting heavily criticised by the local media.

Both players were starters in the national team’s win, and as outlet TV2 analyses the team’s performance, it’s claimed that the Bees’ players weren’t helpful at all.

First speaking of Jensen, the midfielder was given a 2 out of 10, and Danish football expert Morten Bruun pointed out he didn’t have any impact in his sector on the pitch.

“Yes, I apologise. But I don’t see what he contributes to the Danish game. He’s mucking around in midfield without really making an impact.”

Regarding Damsgaard, Brunn claimed that the winger couldn’t live up to expectations there.

“The most talked about man in the Danish squad. Despite his problems at club level, could he give us a sense that he can make a difference at the European Championship finals? Not really. He takes up too little space, especially defensively.”

Both players had been on the bench in Denmark’s 0-0 draw against Switzerland, despite Jensen coming in at the second half, and now it seems their chance given against the Faroe Islands wasn’t very well taken.

Denmark have a couple of games against Sweden and Norway before they finally go to the Euro, where they play Slovenia, England and Serbia in the group stages.

Now it seems that the Brentford players will need to do well to convince they should be starters in the tournament, or even in the squad, as Bruun makes an argument they shouldn’t even be used by manager Kasper Hjulmand.