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ROUND-UP OF TOWN PLAYERS ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY

5 September 2017

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Town players on international duty

- Eight Town players were in contention to play on Monday & Tuesday
- Mooy involved in both Australia goals, Palmer on the scoresheet for England U21s
- Find out how each player got on below!

The eight Town players on international duty were all in contention for their final games of the international break on Monday and Tuesday.

On Monday, both Mathias Zanka and Jonas Lössl were unused substitutes as Denmark scored four goals for the second time during the international break, despatching Armenia 4-1 in Yerevan.

Australia won their final game of the World Cup qualifiers in a 2-1 victory over Thailand on Tuesday morning. Aaron Mooy played a role in both goals delivering crosses from corners that were both duly converted by the Socceroo’s.

Town defender Danny Kane started for the Republic of Ireland Under-21s in their 3-1 victory of Azerbaijan in Baku. The young Irish defender was substituted in added time at the end of the game as his side top group five having won both games of their qualifying campaign.

Philip Billing and his Denmark U21 side rounded off the international break with a 100%-win record, as the Young Danes comfortably beat Lithuania 6-0. Phil played the full game on only his second appearance for his nation, as his side ended the international break scoring nine goals without conceding in the two games.

DR Congo drew 2-2 in their World Cup Qualifier with Tunisa but unfortunately Elias Kachunga wasn’t eligible to take part.

England U21s beat Lithunia at Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium as Kasey Palmer played 70 minutes grabbing his sides third and final goal in a 3-0 win. Having drew the first game, his side are joint top of their U21 World Cup Qualifying group.

Ryan Schofield started in goal and played the full 90-minutes as the England U19s were defeated 3-1 by Germany at the One Call Stadium, Mansfield.

All players will now return to the Club with attention shifting towards Town’s next Premier League fixture as we travel to face West Ham United at the Olympic Stadium on Monday evening.


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