Wales boss Ryan Giggs has slammed the decision to award a penalty for a handball by Ethan Ampadu after his side lost 2-0 to Denmark.
Christian Eriksen's double proved too much for the Dragons, who were handed a reality check after their impressive 4-1 win over the Republic of Ireland on Thursday in their UEFA Nations League opener.
However, Wales were still very much in the game before the second goal, which came after the referee penalised Chelsea youngster Ampadu for stopping a cross with his hand although it looked unintentional.
"Was it a penalty? It looked harsh," Giggs told Sky Sports. "After that it was an uphill task against a good team."
"They were a lot fresher. They had no game - our lads had played two games.
"It's all about coming back. We set the standard on Thursday and it will be difficult to repeat that but that's what I've challenged them to do. Overall, I can't fault the effort. We were in the game up until the penalty call.
"All the lads are down but there are lots of positives to take. We'll learn from it and move on."