Bendtner was found guilty of beating and kicking a cab driver in the Danish capital on Sept. 9.
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Denmark strikers Nicolai Joergensen and Martin Braithwaite struck to secure a 2-1 victory over Wales and promotion from Nations League B Group 4.
Bendtner, who plays for Norwegian club side Rosenborg, appealed against the sentence, his lawyer said, and he was released until the hearing.
Denmark midfielder Lukas Lerager scored his first international goal and Martin Braithwaite added a late second to wrap up a 2-0 win over Austria.
Denmark dominated possession but couldn't find a way to break down a dogged Republic of Ireland team as the two sides played out a dull 0-0 draw.
Christian Eriksen's agent said that reports the Tottenham midfielder has a chronic abdominal injury are the result of poor media translations.
Christian Eriksen has missed his club's last four matches and is also set to be absent when Denmark visit the Republic of Ireland.
Former Denmark international Nicklas Bendtner's lawyer said his client is innocent of wrongdoing in a Copenhagen incident involving a cab driver.
Ryan Giggs' men came into this on the back of a 4-1 win over Republic of Ireland and, despite starting well, were undone by the Tottenham star.
Nicklas Bendtner was reported to the police by a Copenhagen taxi driver who claims the Danish striker was behind a violent attack early on Sunday.
The Danish FA has reached a short-term agreement with the country's players' union that means senior players will return against Wales on Sunday.
It would appear that news of the boycott somehow failed to reach Pione Sisto, who still travelled out for the fixture despite being told not to.
Speaking to ESPN FC, the unlikely Danish side who stepped in against Slovakia talk about a wild experience and the biggest game of their lives.
"I think we're leaving here with our honour intact," said Christian Offenberg, one of 16 players to play their first match for Denmark on Wednesday.
Futsal goalkeeper Christoffer Haagh swapped the five-a-side court for a full-size pitch to help a callow Denmark side save face in a 3-0 loss.
Denmark's futsal players only accepted a call to play for the national football team in order to save their own sport, their coach has told ESPN FC.