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Results for international Yellows
Results for international Yellows
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A total of ten Villarreal footballers have been involved with their countries so far in the international break

Villarreal CF players Pau Torres, Yeremy Pino, Gero Rulli, Gio Lo Celso, Nico Jackson, Johan Mojica, Álex Baena, Aïssa Mandi, Filip Jörgensen and Iker Álvarez have represented their countries during the international break.

Spain were in UEFA Nations League action on Saturday against Switzerland (1-2). Against the Swiss, Pau started the game, playing the entire 90 minutes, while Yeremy came off the bench in the 63rd minute, playing more than half an hour. This Tuesday, at 8:45pm CEST, Luis Enrique’s side will face Portugal as they try and reach the Final Four of the competition.

In his first call-up with the Senegal senior squad, Jackson did not have any minutes against Bolivia. However, the striker will have another chance to make his international debut on Tuesday, when Senegal face Iran at 4:3pm CEST.

Mojica started Colombia’s 4-1 win over Guatemala, playing the whole game. The left-back could be in action with his country against on Tuesday at 4am CEST against Mexico. Mandi took part in Algeria’s 1-0 win over Guinea, and could get more action of his country on Tuesday, when the Algerians take on Nigeria at 9pm CEST.

Argentina also had Villarreal representation in their ranks. Both Lo Celso and Rulli started the win against Honduras (3-0) and will play again on Wednesday at 2am CEST against Jamaica.

Baena took part in Spain U21s match against Romania U21s (1-4), coming on in the second half and will be in action against with the Spanish side on Tuesday at 6:30pm CEST against Norway U21s.

Álvarez played Andorra’s UEFA Nations League matches in full against Liechtenstein (0-2) and Latvia (1-1). Jörgensen was a substitute as Denmark U21s lost 2-1 to Croatia U21s, with both sides facing each other again on Tuesday at 6pm CEST.

Here are the results and remaining fixtures for the international Yellows:

Yeremy Pino and Pau Torres (Spain)

  • Spain 1-2 Switzerland.
  • Portugal vs Spain: Tuesday 27th September, 8:45pm, Estadio Municipal de Braga (Portugal).

Gero Rulli and Giovani Lo Celso (Argentina)

  • Argentina 3-0 Honduras.
  • Jamaica vs Argentina: Wednesday 28th September, 2am, Red Bull Arena (USA).

Aïssa Mandi (Algeria)

  • Algeria 1-0 Guinea.
  • Algeria vs Nigeria: Tuesday 27th September, 9pm, Oran Olympic Stadium (Algeria).

Johan Mojica (Colombia)

  • Colombia 4-1 Guatemala: Sunday 25th September.
  • Mexico vs Colombia: Tuesday 27th September, 4am, Levi’s Stadium (USA).

Nicolas Jackson (Senegal)

  • Bolivia 0-2 Senegal.
  • Iran vs Senegal: Tuesday 27th September (time TBC), BSFZ-Arena (Austria).

Álex Baena (Spain U21s)

  • Romania 1-4 Spain.
  • Spain vs Norway, Tuesday 27th September, 7pm, El Alcoraz (Spain).

Filip Jorgensen (Denmark U21s)

  • Croatia 2-1 Denmark.
  • Denmark vs Croatia: Tuesday 27th September, 6pm, Vejle Stadium (Denmark).

Iker Álvarez (Andorra)

  • Liechtenstein 0-2 Andorra.
  • Andorra 1-1 Lithuania.
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