Brentford midfielder Mathias Jensen is now the club's all-time most-capped player, after his appearance in Denmark's 3-1 win over Finland on Thursday.

The Bees man earned his 23rd cap in the Euro 2024 qualifying match, to move past the club's former defender and fellow Dane, Henrik Dalsgaard.

Jensen played 77 minutes of the clash, which saw Atalanta forward Rasmus Hojlund score a hat-trick for Kasper Hjulmand's side.

Norwich striker Teemu Pukki was involved in the Finnish goal, as he provided for Oliver Antman to score the equaliser just after half-time, before the home side ran out eventual winners.

Fellow Bees Christian Norgaard and Mikkel Damsgaard started alongside Jensen in the game in Copenhagen.

Norgaard played the whole game at the Parken Stadium, whilst Damsgaard played 65 minutes.

Jensen, who signed for Brentford from Celta Vigo in 2019, before helping the Bees to promotion two years later, represented Denmark from every age group from under-18s through to under-21s.

He made a total of 30 caps for the Danish youth teams, before making his senior debut in a 4-0 win over Faroe Islands in October 2020.

Six of his 23 caps came at the postponed Euro 2020, when Denmark reached the tournament's semi-finals, before losing to England in extra-time.

The Brentford man also played twice in last year's World Cup in Qatar, facing Tunisia and Australia in the group stages.

His only goal for his country came in an 8-0 win over Moldova in a qualification game for that World Cup.

Another Brentford player will join up with the Denmark side for their upcoming Euro 2024 qualifier against Kazakhstan, with Bees defender Zanka called up to the squad.

He replaces Barcelona defender Andreas Christensen, who came off injured in the victory over Finland on Thursday.