Match ends, Denmark U21 0, Wales U21 0.
Wales Under-21 maintained their unbeaten Euro 2017 qualifying campaign status with a goalless draw against top seeds Denmark.
Ellis Harrison, Ryan Hedges and Harry Wilson forced saves from Jeppe Hobjerg and Wales' Billy O'Brien did enough to secure a clean sheet.
Geraint Williams' side fell from top to third third place in Group 5 in Aalborg.
Williams' team had previously beaten Bulgaria and Luxembourg.
Bulgaria went to the top of the group after a 2-0 win over Armenia while Romania beat Luxembourg 1-0 to go go second.
Denmark were semi-finalists at the 2015 European Championship finals
Wales were without Bristol City striker Wes Burns, who has been called up into the senior side for the Euro 2016 qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Andorra.