Denmark are reportedly being fined £15,250 for their fan's disturbances against Australia on Thursday.
The Danish Football Association has reportedly been hit with a fine for the team's crowd disturbances against Australia.
Denmark fans were seen throwing objects at the Aussies during their Group C clash on Thursday, while a sexist banner was also pointed out as inappropriate by FIFA.
According to Sky Sports News, the Scandinavians have been fined £15,250 for the behaviour of their fans in Samara.
Age Hareide's side are second in the group on four points, beating Peru 1-0 before drawing 1-1 to Australia earlier this week.
Denmark will finish their Group C campaign against France on June 26 as they look to seal qualification to the knockout stages of the tournament.
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