Arsenal players past and present battled it out as France defeated Denmark on Sunday night.
Current forward Olivier Giroud scored France's second of the game to give Les Bleus a 2-0 victory in Paris.
Lyon's prolific attacker Alexandre Lacazette had scored the opening goal in the friendly clash.
Bendtner meanwhile was hoping to build on his surprise hat-trick scored against USA in a 3-2 win in midweek.
He was unable to, coming closest to connecting to a Michael Krohn-Deli cross, and admitted his frustration at not scoring.
He told Danish website Bold.dk: "I myself am disappointed. I only just touched it with the hair. I actually think that the ball was touched by a player before it reached up to me. It would be great if it had gone in.
On the game itself he added: "I even felt that I could have done better."
Bendtner left Arsenal in the summer as a free agent after the Gunners decided not to renew his contract.
He signed with Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, but has struggled to earn a starting role, scoring four goals in limited appearances as a substitute.
There is one area in which he outdoes Giroud however. Last night's goal was the Frenchman's 10th international goal, while Bendtner has 29 for Denmark in total.