France ended a difficult Nations League campaign as defending champions on a sour note as they were outclassed by Denmark.
A bright start fizzled out and Kasper Dolberg was alive in the box to pounce on a low ball to the near post from Mikkel Damsgaard to fire Denmark ahead. One quickly turned into two as they piled on the pressure from corners, allowing Andreas Skov Olsen to double the lead on the half-volley.
Changes at half-time failed to give Les Bleus the hold on the game they desired, and despite being able to test Kasper Schmeichel on a few occasions through Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe, they never looked capable of mounting a comeback.
Didier Deschamps' side have now won just one of their last four fixtures and need to find their stride ahead of the World Cup, where they meet Denmark again in the group stages.