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Theo Walcott
England
Kieran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott
Saturday, September 5, San Marino 0-6 England
Tuesday, September 8, England 2-0 Switzerland 
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain played the full 90 minutes of England’s 2-0 win against Switzerland. Harry Kane opened the scoring before Wayne Rooney became England’s all-time leading goalscorer with his 50th goal, from the penalty spot. Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs were unused substitutes. However, Walcott played the final 23 minutes and scored twice, while Oxlade-Chamberlain started and claimed an assist, in England’s 6-0 win against San Marino. Gibbs was an unused substitute. 

Santi Cazorla
Spain
Santi Cazorla
Saturday, September 5, Spain 2-0 Slovakia
Tuesday, September 8, Macedonia 0-1 Spain
Santi Cazorla played 69 minutes of Spain’s 1-0 win at Macedonia. Juan Mata connected with Sergio Busquets’ pass to secure the win for Spain and cement their place at the top of Group C. Cazorla was also a 67th-minute substitute in Spain’s 2-0 win against Slovakia.

Joel Campbell
Costa Rica
Joel Campbell
Saturday, September 5, Brazil 1-0 Costa Rica
Tuesday, September 8, Costa Rica 1-0 Uruguay
Joel Campbell played the full 90 minutes of Costa Rica’s 1-0 win against Uruguay. Bryan Ruiz scored the winner in the ninth minute to give Costa Rica their first win in 2015. Campbell was also a 61st-minute substitute in Costa Rica’s 1-0 defeat against Brazil. 

Gabriel
Brazil
Gabriel
Saturday, September 5, Brazil 1-0 Costa Rica
Tuesday, September 8, USA 1-4 Brazil
Gabriel was an unused substitute in Brazil’s 4-1 win against the United States. Hulk gave Brazil the lead before Neymar scored either side of Rafinha’s strike, but Daniel Williams pulled one back in the first minute of injury time to deny Dunga’s side a clean sheet. Gabriel was also an unused substitute in Brazil’s 1-0 win against Costa Rica.

David Ospina
Colombia
David Ospina
Tuesday, September 8, Colombia 1-1 Peru
David Ospina played the full 90 minutes of Colombia’s 1-1 draw against Peru. Carlos Bacca opened the scoring but Jefferson Farfan equalised from the penalty spot to salvage a late draw.

Mesut Ozil
Germany
Mesut Ozil
Friday, September 4, Germany 3-1 Poland
Monday, September 7, Scotland 2-3 Germany
Mesut Ozil played 90 minutes of Germany’s 3-2 win at Scotland. Thomas Muller opened the scoring before Scotland equalised through a Mats Hummels own goal. Muller then restored Germany’s lead before James McArthur levelled again, but Ilkay Gundogan struck in the 54th minute to tighten Joachim Low’s side’s grip on the top spot in Group D. Ozil also played the entirety of Germany's important Euro 2016 qualifier win over Poland in Frankfurt.  

Olivier Giroud
France
Mathieu Debuchy, Laurent Koscielny, Olivier Giroud
Friday, September 4, Portugal 0-1 France
Monday, September 7, France 2-1 Serbia
Olivier Giroud played 62 minutes while Mathieu Debuchy was a half-time substitute in France’s 2-1 friendly win against Serbia. Blaise Matuidi struck twice before Aleksandar Mitrovic scored a consolation for Serbia. Laurent Koscielny was an unused substitute. Koscielny and Giroud also featured against Portugal. 

Wojciech Szczesny
Poland
Wojciech Szczesny
Friday, September 4, Germany 3-1 Poland
Monday, September 7, Poland 8-1 Gibraltar
Wojciech Szczesny was an unused substitute in Poland’s 8-1 win against Gibraltar. Kamil Grosciki opened the scoring with a quick-fire double before Robert Lewandowski also struck twice to give Poland a comfortable lead going into the break. Arkadiusz Milik then scored either side of Jakub Blaszczykowski’s penalty and Bartosz Kapustka added another, before Jake Gosling pulled one back in the 87th minute for Gibraltar. Szczesny was also an unused substitute in Poland's Euro 2016 qualifying defeat against Germany. 

Petr Cech
Czech Republic
Petr Cech
Thursday, September 3, Czech Republic 2-1 Kazakhstan
Sunday, September 6, Latvia 1-2 Czech Republic
Petr Cech played the full 90 minutes as the Czech Republic secured their place at Euro 2016 with a 2-1 victory in Latvia. David Limbersky and Vladimir Darida gave the visitors a two-goal lead and, though Arturs Zjuzins pulled a goal back, Pavel Vrba's side held on to secure their place in France next summer. Cech also completed the duration of a hard-fought win at home to Kazakhstan. Yuri Logvinenko gave the visitors the lead but substitute Milan Skoda struck twice in the second half to secure a valuable three points.

Aaron Ramsey
Wales
Aaron Ramsey
Thursday, September 3, Cyprus 0-1 Wales
Sunday, September 6, Wales 0-0 Israel
Aaron Ramsey played the full 90 minutes as Wales were denied the opportunity to qualify for Euro 2016 by Israel in Cardiff. A victory would have secured a place in France next summer but Chris Coleman's men could not find a winner. Gareth Bale scored the winner in the 82nd minute of the qualifier in Cyprus to put Wales in a strong position to reach the finals. 

Alexis
Chile
Alexis Sanchez
Saturday, September 5, Chile 3-2 Paraguay
Alexis Sanchez played the full 90 minutes and scored the winner in Chile’s 3-2 win against Paraguay. Felipe Gutierrez opened the scoring but Jonathan Fabbro and Jorge Benitez struck to put Paraguay in front. Gutierrez then claimed his second before Alexis scored with eight minutes left to secure the win.

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8 Sep 2015