MIDFIELDER Christian Eriksen bagged himself two assists as the Bees played out a 2-2 draw with a Rangers XI in a behind closed doors friendly.

The Dane provided the assists for Mathias Zanka and Tristan Crama in the game at the Scottish sides training ground outside of Glasgow.

After starting the game the better side and took the lead as Eriksen's corner was headed home by Zanka in the 15th minute.

Although the scores were level only nine minutes later as Glen Kamara passed the ball to Amad Diallo who fired past goalkeeper Alvaro Fernandez.

Rangers then took the lead ten minutes later despite Kemar Roofe's penalty being well saved by Fernandez.

The ball fell to Diallo who was able to steer it into the net after being the first to react.

The Bees did get their equaliser in the second half as Eriksen continued to show off his ability from set pieces.

The 30-year-old whipped in a free kick from the left side and Crama was able to convert the chance.

Eriksen played 80 minutes and has taken his assist tally to three in two matches, which will surely put pressure on Thomas Frank to give him his chance in the Premier League soon.

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