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Arsenal players international duty”

In Tuesday’s UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers, Martin Odegaard and Leandro Trossard showcased their goal-scoring prowess.

Martin Odegaard made an impact in Norway’s match against Georgia, contributing the second goal of the game. With a powerful left-footed strike, he found the bottom right corner of the net. Norway secured a 2-1 victory, placing them third in Group A, just two points behind Spain.

Meanwhile, Leandro Trossard displayed exceptional footwork and finishing skills, scoring a goal in Belgium’s dominant 5-0 win against Estonia. Belgium is now joint top of Group F with Austria, both teams having accumulated 13 points, but Belgium boasts a superior goal difference. Karl Hein played the full 90 minutes for the Estonian team, which is struggling at the bottom of the group with only one point from five games.

In an international friendly match, Kai Havertz and William Saliba faced off as Germany emerged victorious with a 2-1 scoreline against France. William Saliba played the entire 90 minutes, while Havertz entered the match in the 64th minute and contributed an assist for Leroy Sane’s goal in the 87th minute.

During World Cup qualifying action, Brazil secured a 1-0 away victory against Peru, with three Arsenal players in action. Gabriel, making his second cap, played the full 90 minutes and maintained a clean sheet. Gabriel Jesus joined the match in the 64th minute, and Gabriel Martinelli entered in the 85th minute. Brazil is currently tied at the top of the qualifying group with Argentina, holding a superior goal difference.

In an international friendly, England and Scotland celebrated the 150th anniversary of their historic football rivalry. The Three Lions emerged victorious with a 3-1 scoreline, thanks to goals from Phil Foden, Jude Bellingham, and Harry Kane. Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale guarded the goal for the entire 90 minutes, while Bukayo Saka entered the match in the 71st minute. Eddie Nketiah, still awaiting his first full international cap, remained an unused substitute.

For Ukraine, Oleksandr Zinchenko played 75 minutes in their match against Italy, which ended in a 2-1 defeat. Ukraine currently sits in third place in Group C of the UEFA Euro Qualifiers, level on points with Italy and North Macedonia, who are in second and fourth place, respectively.

In a friendly match, Takehiro Tomiyasu made a late appearance in the 79th minute as Japan secured a 4-2 victory against Turkey. David Raya remained an unused substitute as Spain dominated Cyprus in the UEFA Euro Qualifiers, winning 6-0.

These international outings showcased the talents of several Arsenal players as they represented their respective nations on the football stage.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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