The International break is here folks. Here's how our players did for their respective nations in the first game of the International break.
New signing, Christian Eriksen scored the winner as Denmark edged past Malta 2-1 in Ta'Qali.
Nacer Chadli and Jan Vertonghen both played out 90 minutes for Belgium in their 2-0 victory against Scotland. Mousa Dembele got a few minutes under his belt as he was brought in late in the game.
Full back,Kyle Walker played 90 minutes for England in their 4-0 win against Moldova. Andros Townsend and Jermain Defoe were unused substitutes.
Hugo Lloris captained France in their 0-0 stalemate with Georgia.
Vlad Chiriches captained Romania in their 3-0 win against Hungary.
Roberto Soldado was an unused substitute as Spain came out victorious against Finland, beating them 2-0.
Gylfi Sigurdsson played 90 minutes for Iceland in their breath-taking match against Switzerland ending 4-4.
Tom Carroll played 90 minutes for the England U-21 side and Harry Kane was brought on as a substitute for Zaha as England drew 1-1 with Finland.
Paulinho was instrumental in helping Brazil ease past Australia,6-0. The midfielder played the first 60 minutes for his nation,later being substituted for the Lazio ace,Hernanes.
All the best to our players for the second game!
ROMANIA vs Turkey
Ukraine vs ENGLAND
BRAZIL vs Portugal
Belarus vs FRANCE
Armenia vs DENMARK
SPAIN vs Chile
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