Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Find out how Arsenal players got on international duty



Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere started for England and Nicklas Bendtner for Denmark in the Three Lions 2-1 win in Copenhagen.

Walcott created England's equaliser for Darren Bent and looked good in his 68 minutes on the pitch. Wilshere also impressed in his 45 minutes playing in a midfield box to box role.

Bendtner played the full 90 minutes.

At the Stade de France, Bacary Sagna was the only one of four players to start for France in their 1-0 win over Brazil.  The defender came through 90 minutes unscathed. 

Abou Diaby came on after 60 minutes and completed the game. Laurent Koscielny and Gael Clichy were unused substitutes.

Tomas Rosicky scored his first goal of 2011 in Czech Republic's 4-2 defeat against Croatia. The Arsenal man was subsituted after 63 minutes in the game in Pula.

Andrey Arshavin played for 90 minutes for Russia in their 1-0 loss in Abu Dhabi.

Marouane Chamakh was part of the Morocco side which beat Niger 3-0 in Marrakech. He played the full 90 minutes.

Wojciech Szczesny played the full 90 and kept a clean sheet for Poland in his country's 1-0 victory over Norway.

Emmanuel Eboue started for the Ivory Coast in their 1-0 win against Mali yesterday.




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