BEIJING, Sep 13 (Reuters) Denmark officials have asked FIFA to probe security arrangements at the Women's World Cup after finding Chinese men covertly filming a team ''tactical session'' from behind a mirror at their hotel in Wuhan.
Team officials also discovered men with cameras at a closed training session on Monday, ahead of their opening match against hosts China two days later, team spokeswoman Pia Schou Nielsen said today.
''We've had some frustrating experiences with people watching us with hidden cameras at a closed training session,'' Nielsen told Reuters by telephone.
''The next day there were people behind a glass wall at our hotel as we were making preparations,'' Nielsen said.
''After that we involved the police and (soccer governing body) FIFA... Hopefully we will get some answers,'' she added.
Nielsen said Denmark officials called security after finding two men with ''large cameras'' she said were ''hiding'' in a building at the team's training ground.
''The men said they did not know it was a closed training session,'' Nielsen said.
The following day, Denmark officials found two men with a camera in a room behind a mirror facing a meeting room in which the team were having a ''tactical session''.
Nielsen said officials discovered the men after joking that there might be spies monitoring them from behind the mirror.
Upon being discovered, the men refused to come out, Nielsen said, adding that the men were Chinese.
''But we have no idea who they were.'' She said Denmark contacted FIFA, who sent officials to the hotel.
''They saw the men and spoke to them,'' she said.
Denmark lost 3-2 to China in Wednesday's match after a late strike by midfielder Song Xiaoli gave the hosts victory.
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