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Results for Villarreal internationals
Results for Villarreal internationals

The seven players called up by their national teams have already played the first of two international matches

Álex Baena, Yeremy Pino, Ben Brereton, Juan Foyth, Aïssa Mandi, Iker Álvarez and Ilias Akhomach have already played the first of the two matches played by their respective national teams in the current window of international matches.

The Spanish national team of Álex Baena and the recently called-up Yeremy Pino defeated Georgia 7-1, although neither Villarreal player was in action.

Aïssa Mandi had an important role and played all 90 minutes in the Algeria match against Tanzania, a qualifier for the African Cup of Nations, which ended 0-0.

Ben Brereton Díaz also played the full match in Chile’s 3-1 World Cup qualifying defeat to Uruguay. Juan Foyth was not called up for Argentina’s opening match against Ecuador, which they won 1-0.

Villarreal B goalkeeper Iker Álvarez was in goal for Andorra against Belarus. They held on to keep a clean sheet in the Euro 2024 qualifier.

Finally, Ilias Akhomach shone on his debut for Spain’s Under-21s, who beat Malta 6-0. The winger scored a goal and provided an assist for Santi Denia’s side.

The matches the Villarreal players are involved with this international break are as follows:

Álex Baena & Yeremy Pino (Spain)

  • Georgia 1-7 Spain
  • Spain vs Cyprus: Tuesday 12th September, 8:45pm CEST, Estadio Los Cármenes (Spain).

Ben Brereton Díaz (Chile)

  • Uruguay 3-1 Chile
  • Chile vs Colombia: Wednesday 13th September, 2:30am CEST Estadio Monumental David Arellano (Chile).

Juan Foyth (Argentina)

  • Argentina 1-0 Ecuador
  • Bolivia vs Argentina: Tuesday 12th September, 10pm CEST, en el Estadio Hernando Siles (Bolivia).

Aïssa Mandi (Algeria)

  • Algeria 0-0 Tanzania
  • Senegal vs Algeria: Tuesday 12th September, 9pm CEST, Stade Me Abdoulaye Wade (Senegal).

Ilias Akhomach (Spain U21s)

  • Malta 0-6 Spain
  • Spain vs Scotland: Monday 11th September, 9pm CEST, Antiguo Estadio de la Victoria (Spain).

Iker Álvarez (Andorra)

  • Andorra 0-0 Belarus
  • Switzerland vs Andorra: Tuesday 12th September, 8:45pm CEST, Stade de Tourbillon (Switzerland).