Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Find out how Arsenal players fared on international duty


Here is a quick round up of who played on international duty on Wednesday November 17, 2010.

England 1 - France 2
Theo Walcott played for 45 minutes and Kieran Gibbs 72 minutes for England.

Bacary Sagna played 87 minutes and Samir Nasri the whole 90 minutes for France, where Gael Clichy was an unused substitute for Laurent Blanc's men.


Portugal 4 - Spain 0
Cesc Fabregas was a half time substitute for Vicente del Bosque men and played for 45 minutes.


Denmark 0 - Czech Republic 0
Tomas Rosicky played the first half and was substituted at half time.


Holland  1 - Turkey 0
Robin van Persie was a second half substitute and played for 45 minutes.


Switzerland 2 - Ukraine 2
Johan Djourou played the whole 90 minutes.


Poland 3 - Ivory Coast 1
For Poland, Lukasz Fabianski played the whole 90 minutes.
For the Ivory Coast, Emmanuel Eboue played for 54 minutes.


Russia 0 - Belgium 2
Andrey Arshavin played the whole 90 minutes in his country's defeat.


Northern Ireland 1 - Morocco 1
Marouane Chamakh played for 71 minutes and scored his countries only goal.

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