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Spurs players in International action

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Spurs Players in International Action



There have bee plenty of Tottenham players in international action do far and plenty more games to come. For some player who haven't found any form yet, like Christian Eriksen, that may be a good thing and for others who have hardly had a break since the summer of 2014, like Harry Kane, it perhaps isn't so good.

Moussa Sissoko - Italy 1 France 3 - came on as a 63rd minute substitute
Toby Alderweireld - Belgium 0 Spain 2 - played 90 minutes at centre-back
Jan Vertonghen - Belgium 0 Spain 2 - played 90 minutes at centre-back
Mousa Dembele - Belgium 0 Spain 2 - was a half-time substitute
Vincent Janssen - Holland 1 Greece 2 - played 90 minutes
Pau Lopez - Spain 6 San Marino 0 - was an unused substitute
Son Heung-min - South Korea 3 China 2 - played 90 minutes
Josh Onomah - England U-20 1 Brazil U-20 1 (England lost on penalties) - came on as a 56th minute substitute (watched by Sam Alardyce)
Kyle Walker-Peters - England U-20 1 Brazil U-20 1 (England lost on penalties) - came on as a 73rd minute substitute (watched by Sam Alardyce)
Jaden Brown - England U-18 2 Italy U-18 1 - was a late substitute
Jon Dinzeyi - England U-18 2 Italy U-18 1 - was an unused substitute
Erik Lamela - Argentina 1 Chile 0 - was an unused substitute
Christian Eriksen - Denmark 5 Liechtenstein 0 - played 90 minutes
Victor Wanyama - Uganda 0 Kenya 0 - he played in the friendly, not sure how long for though



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Remaining international fixtures

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Remaining international fixtures

Saturday, September 3 
Clinton Njie – Cameroon home Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Gambia – kick-off 3.30pm
Sunday, September 4 
Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker – England away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Slovakia – kick-off 5pm
Nabil Bentaleb – Algeria home Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Lesotho – kick-off 8.30pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Armenia – kick-off 5pm
Victor Wanyama – Kenya away Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Zambia – kick-off 4.30pm
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s home friendly against Brazil – kick-off 2.30pm
Monday, September 5 
Ben Davies – Wales home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Moldova – kick-off 7.45pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s away European Under-21 Championship qualifier against Sweden – 5.45pm
Kevin Wimmer – Austria away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Georgia – kick-off 5pm
Jaden Brown and Jon Dinzeyi – England Under-18s home match against Israel – kick-off 7pm
Tuesday, September 6 
Toby Alderweireld, Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Belgium away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Cyprus – kick-off 7.45pm
Moussa Sissoko – France away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Belarus – kick-off 7.45pm
Vincent Janssen – Netherlands away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Sweden – kick-off 7.45pm
Clinton Njie – Cameroon home friendly against Gabon – kick-off 7pm
Wednesday, September 7 
Erik Lamela – Argentina away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Venezuela – kick-off 12am



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Lambert and the internationals

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Gylfi Sigurdsson played 90 minutes for Iceland who beat the Faroe Islands 1-0 and Paulinho played 90 minutes for Brazil in their 1-0 defeat in Switzerland. The 90 minutes will help his fitness after having a holiday after the Confederations Cup and only returning to training at the end of July.

Nacer Chadli played 70 minutes for Belgium in their 0-0 draw with France which again will benefit his fitness which we have been building up since his move. Fellow countryman Mousa Dembele came on for the final five minutes. Hugo Lloris captained the French side and played the full 90 minutes.

Kyle Walker player 90 minutes for England as they beat Scotland 3-2 at Wembley. That was his sixth cap and his sixth win in an entertaining friendly, something of a rarity. It was good to see a proper game of football, one where you are actually allowed to tackle an opponent without screams of pain and constant rolling around or diving at the slightest touch.

Congratulations to Southampton's Ricky Lambert whose first touch in international football saw his header hit the back of the net. Great moment for the lad and the interview after showed how much playing for England means to some players, oh for a team of eleven who all felt the same passion but with only about 68 English players playing regular Premier League football each week that is unlikely to happen.





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