Danish stars including Sunderland striker Nicklas Bendtner and Liverpool defender Daniel Agger have been accused of going on an alcohol-fuelled rampage.

Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet reports that Denmark coach Morten Olsen allowed his players a celebratory night out following their 2-0 victory over Sweden last Friday.

The following morning a fellow guest at the team's hotel in Elsinore - who was reportedly seen with his arm in a sling - alleged he was assaulted by drunken members of the national side, including Arsenal-owned striker Bendtner and Liverpool defender Agger.

Local police investigated the incident but all charges were dropped due to a lack of evidence.

The Danish FA later confirmed that the national squad had been granted the opportunity to toast their victory with alcohol in the public bar of the Marienlyst hotel but that no disciplinary breaches had occurred.