International round up – 14th October

International round up - 14th October

16 Liverpool players are involved in the current round of Internationals, with qualifiers and friendly matches taking place

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Liverpool players have been earning rave reviews for their performances whilst on International duty this week, however, one player has picked a serious injury.

Many of Liverpool's first team squad have been involved in International matches over the last few days.  Below, we'll take a look to see how they have been faring.

12th October

Andy Robertson suffered a serious looking injury, whilst Captaining Scotland against Spain.  It was subsequently confirmed the the left back has dislocated his shoulder, and could be out for anywhere between 6 weeks to 6 months.  You can read our full report on the injury here.

Mohamad Salah played 90+ minutes for Egypy, who secured a 1-0 victory over Zambia in a friendly.

Harvey Elliott produced possibly the best game of his young career, as England Under 21's ran riot against Serbia, winning 9-1.  The midfielder scored 2 goals, and created a third, in an all action display that showcased his attacking abilities.

Luis Diaz played the full 90 minutes, as his Colombia team went up against Darwin Nunez's Uruguay.  Diaz did not score, but was his usual energetic self.

Darwin Nunez did get on the scoresheet however, scoring a 91st minute penalty to earn Uruguay a draw with Colombia.

Alexis Mac Allister produced a stunning display for Argentina, who secured a 1-0 victory over Paraguay.  Mac Allister was voted player of the match, and received many 10/10 ratings for this play.  Lets hope he can produce more of the same for Liverpool.

13th October

Diogo Jota was an 87th minute substitute for Portugal, who recorded a 3-2 victory over Slovakia in the rain.

Virgil Van Dijk played the full 90 minutes as his Holland team lost 2-1 to France.

Ibrahim Konate also played in the same match, in the heart of the French defense, and looked composed throughout.

Kostas Tsimikas had an excellent game for Greece, setting up the opening goal with a delicious cross, as the the Greeks ran out 2-0 winners over the Republic of Ireland.

Wataru Endo played 62 minutes for Japan, as they earned a comprehensive 4-1 victor over Canada.

Trent Alexander-Arnold played the full 90 minutes for England, in a 1-0 friendly victory over Australia.  Deployed as an orthodox right back, Trent produced a strong display, winning many plaudits for his passing and vision on the ball.

Ben Doak gave another glimpse of his huge potential, with another masterclass display for Scotland Under 21's.  The youngster scored a penalty - his first for the under 21's, but it was his all round play that has seen many Scotland fans calling for him to earn a call up to the full Scotland squad in the near future.

Alisson sat out Brazil's 1-1 draw with Venezuala, we Manager Diniz went with Ederson in goal.  We're not too disappointed with this, as Alisson deserves a rest, after his excellent start to the season for the Reds.

International round up - 14th October

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Peter Farrell

Lifelong fan with a passion for all things Liverpool. First memory of football is watching John Barnes score a dramatic last minute equaliser in the FA Cup when he was 4. Feels lucky to be a part of the 'Klopp' era.

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