Former Arsenal and Juventus forward Nicklas Bendtner will have to serve a 50-day jail sentence after dropping his appeal against an assault conviction.
Earlier this month, Bendtner was found guilty of beating and kicking a cab driver in the Danish capital on Sept. 9. The 30-year-old Dane admitted to hitting the man, but said he had acted in self-defence after a quarrel over the fare.
Bendtner was sentenced to 50 days in prison and fined 1,500 kroner ($230).
The State Prosecutor of Copenhagen wrote...
Denmark strikers Nicolai Joergensen and Martin Braithwaite struck to secure a 2-1 victory over Wales and promotion from Nations League B Group 4 in a pulsating clash on Friday.
The Welsh went behind to Joergensen's goal before the break and Braithwaite added a second late on before Gareth Bale almost immediately pulled one back, but it was too late for the hosts.
Wales looked the more dangerous side early on, displaying their aerial power at set pieces and going close on several occasions before...
Denmark international Nicklas Bendtner was convicted of assaulting a taxi driver and sentenced to 50 days in jail on Friday by a city court in Copenhagen, but walked free from the courtroom pending an appeal hearing.
The 30-year-old striker, who plays for Norwegian club side Rosenborg, has appealed against the sentence, his lawyer said, and he was released until the hearing in a higher court.
"We think that it's not good for the club and not good for Nicklas, but he remains a player in the club....