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Man United Stars Shine in November Internationals
- Updated: November 16, 2023
As the Premier League takes a brief hiatus, Man United players find themselves scattered across the globe, representing their respective national teams in the November international break. With Euro 2024 qualification groups reaching their conclusion, the upcoming matches promise to be crucial for many nations and their United players.
In Europe, England’s Gareth Southgate has once again called upon the services of Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford. Both players played pivotal roles in securing England’s qualification, making the upcoming matches against Malta and North Macedonia an opportunity for experimentation and preparation. Meanwhile, Scotland, having secured their spot in Germany, will rely on the impressive form of Scott McTominay as they face Georgia and Norway.
Victor Lindelof, fresh from his goal-scoring heroics against Luton Town, is set to captain Sweden in clashes against Azerbaijan and Estonia. Although Sweden trails in third place in their group, Lindelof’s leadership will be crucial in steering the team through these fixtures.
Portugal, led by the influential Bruno Fernandes, is on the verge of completing a flawless group campaign. With matches against Liechtenstein and Iceland, Fernandes aims to maintain his stellar form and secure Portugal’s dominance in their group. However, Diogo Dalot has withdrawn from the squad due to personal reasons.
Turkey, with a comfortable lead in Group D, looks to maintain their position under new manager Vincenzo Montella. Altay Bayindir and his teammates face Wales and Germany, aiming to solidify their standing in the group.
Unfortunately, Northern Ireland’s Jonny Evans and Denmark’s Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund have been forced to withdraw from international duty due to injuries, highlighting the challenges of balancing club and country commitments.
In Africa, Morocco’s Sofyan Amrabat faces a single fixture against Tanzania after Eritrea withdrew from World Cup qualifying. Cameroon, led by coach Rigobert Song, includes Andre Onana in their squad for matches against Mauritius and Libya as they vie for automatic qualification for the 2026 World Cup.
In South America, the lone representative from Man United is Facundo Pellistri, who is set to feature for Uruguay. Coached by Marcelo Bielsa, Uruguay faces Argentina and Bolivia in their World Cup qualifying campaign.
With the break offering a diverse set of fixtures, United fans can anticipate intriguing matchups, individual performances, and the collective efforts of their players on the international stage. The absence of some key players due to injuries adds an element of challenge, emphasizing the demanding nature of international football.
For those eager to follow the action, the fixture list is brimming with enticing matchups across Europe, Africa, and South America. From clashes between Azerbaijan and Sweden to the highly anticipated meeting between Argentina and Uruguay, football enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to during this international break.
As fans eagerly await the return of domestic action in the Premier League, these international fixtures provide a unique opportunity to witness the global impact and influence of Man United diverse and talented squad. Stay updated with the latest developments on Man united as the international break unfolds, building anticipation for the resumption of Premier League combat against Everton on November 26.
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By- Sahiba Suri