Bayern Munich secured a 1-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt to gain the necessary points to lift the Bundesliga title for the first time in three seasons.
Denmark earned a solid 3-0 win over hosts czech Republic with three second-half goals to give the Danes their first win in Group B.
Hamburg's push for European places in the Bundesliga was slowed somewhat when they could only leave Wolfsburg with a point after Simon Kjaer cancelled out Maximilian Beister's opener.
Denmark international Simon Kjaer has said that it "goes without saying" that he will not return to Wolfsburg for next season, insisting that he will never play for Felix Magath again.
Featuring Phil Neville on training hell under David Moyes, Montpellier's president making a hairstyle promise, a host of personalities glorifying Lionel Messi, and Muricy Ramalho and Neymar reflecting on the latter’s latest wonder goal.
FIFA.com looks at Denmark’s eye-catching leap from their lowest-ever position on the global ladder to the top ten in just 31 months, which has been indebted to Morten Olsen’s men qualifying for UEFA EURO 2012 from a tough group.