International Round-up: The latest fixtures

International Round-up: The latest fixtures

An update on our players away with their country!

Diego Llorente 

Switzerland 0-1 Spain (Nations League)

Diego Llorente’s productive international break continued, with an away match against Switzerland in Group A2 of the Nations League. Spain added another three points to their tally with a 1-0 victory courtesy for an early Pablo Sarabia goal and importantly for Llorente, the defender played a key role in ensuring another clean sheet for his side. The final match of four is on Sunday evening against Czech Republic. 

Brenden Aaronson 

USA 5-0 Grenada (CONCACAF Nations League)

A convincing 5-0 victory saw USA begin their CONCACAF Nations League campaign with three points against Grenada at the Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas. Brenden Aaronson came off the bench and continued to show his class, setting up the fifth and final goal for his side in the match. Next up for the Stars and Stripes is an away trip to face El Salvador on Wednesday.

Kalvin Phillips 

England 0-0 Italy (Nations League)

Kalvin Phillips returned from a knock in his previous match away against Germany, to come off the bench for England as they played their first home match of the break against Italy. The encounter ended in a goalless draw at Molineux, with Phillips playing the final 25 minutes. The Three Lions will stay in Wolverhampton as they take on Hungary on Tuesday evening.

Dan James

Wales 1-1 Belgium (Nations League)

Dan James played the full 90 minutes against Belgium as his side gained a valuable point when Brennan Johnson netted in the final few minutes to equalise. James has started all four matches of this international break so far for Wales and played a key part throughout as they began their Nations League campaign whilst also qualifying for the World Cup in Qatar, 2022. 

Mateusz Klich

Netherlands 2-2 Poland (Nations League)

Poland have taken four points from their three matches so far in this international break. The latest  point came from a tough trip away to the Netherlands, where an entertaining 2-2 draw was played out. Klich remained on the bench for Czesław Michniewicz’s side in this one, with another game remaining at home to Belgium on Tuesday.