You can always follow the progress of Arsenal's international stars in our digest. Find out how our first-team stars are faring with their respective nations below.

Player Profile - Laurent Koscielny

France

Laurent Koscielny
France 4-0 Estonia, June 5
France 2-0 Serbia, May 31

France 3-2 Iceland, May 27
Laurent Koscielny won his third France cap on Tuesday, coming off the bench to play in a defensive midfield role as Les Bleus completed their Euro 2012 preparations with a comfortable win over Estonia in Le Mans. The Arsenal defender also played the full 90 minutes of France's 2-0 victory over Serbia last week having missed the friendly win over Iceland.

 

Player Profile - Robin van Persie

Holland

Robin van Persie
Holland 6-0 Northern Ireland, June 2
Holland 2-0 Slovakia, May 30
Holland 1-2 Bulgaria, May 26
Robin van Persie hit a brace against Northern Ireland on Saturday night, playing 56 minutes of Holland's convincing 6-0 victory in Amsterdam and laying on two assists for his team-mates along the way. The striker had featured for 67 minutes of his nation's 2-0 win over Slovakia in Rotterdam on Wednesday, after playing the full 90 minutes of Holland's disappointing 2-1 defeat to Bulgaria last weekend and opening the scoring on the stroke of half time.

Player Profile - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

England

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
England 1-0 Belgium, June 2
Norway 0-1 England, May 26
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain made his first start for England in their 1-0 victory over Belgium at Wembley on Saturday. The young winger had previously made his debut in the Three Lions' 1-0 victory over Norway in Oslo last weekend, playing 17 minutes as a second-half substitute.

Player Profile - Wojciech Szczesny

Poland

Wojciech Szczesny
Poland 4-0 Andorra, June 2
Poland 1-0 Slovakia, May 26
Wojciech Szczesny played the whole of Poland's 4-0 victory over Andorra on Saturday. The 22-year-old also played 90 minutes in Poland's 1-0 win over Slovakia in Klagenfurt last weekend. Lukasz Fabianski has been forced to withdraw from their squad for Euro 2012 with a shoulder injury.

Player Profile - Theo Walcott

England

Theo Walcott
England 1-0 Belgium, June 2
Norway 0-1 England, May 26
Theo Walcott played 23 minutes as a second-half substitute in England's 1-0 friendly victory over Belgium at Wembley on Saturday. The winger also featured for 44 minutes as a second-half substitute in England's narrow 1-0 win in Norway last weekend.

Player Profile - Thomas Vermaelen

Belgium

Thomas Vermaelen
England 1-0 Belgium, June 2
Belgium 2-2 Montenegro, May 25
Thomas Vermaelen played the full 90 minutes in Belgium's 1-0 defeat to England at Wembley on Saturday. The defender did not feature in his nation's 2-2 draw with Montenegro in Brussels last Friday.

Player Profile - Nicklas Bendtner

Denmark

Nicklas Bendtner
Denmark 2-0 Australia, June 2
Denmark 1-3 Brazil, May 26
Nicklas Bendtner played the full 90 minutes of Denmark's 2-0 victory over Australia on Saturday. The striker had also featured for the whole of his nation's 3-1 defeat to Brazil in Hamburg last weekend, scoring a consolation in the 71st minute.

Player Profile - Andrey Arshavin

Russia

Andrey Arshavin
Italy 0-3 Russia, June 1
Lithuania 0-0 Russia, May 29
Russia 1-1 Uruguay, May 25
Andrey Arshavin played the full 90 minutes of Russia's 3-0 victory over Italy in Zurich on Friday night. The midfield playmaker also played the whole of his nation's goalless draw against Lithuania in Nyon on Tuesday after another full match against Uruguay one week ago.

Player profile - Per Mertesacker

Germany

Per Mertesacker
Germany 2-0 Israel, May 31
Switzerland 5-3 Germany, May 26
Per Mertesacker played the full 90 minutes as Germany recorded a 2-0 win over Israel in Leipzig on Thursday night. The defender had made his return from injury in his nation's entertaining 5-3 defeat to Switzerland in Basel on Saturday. Lukas Podolski, who is set to join in the summer, played 66 minutes against Israel after featuring for 61 minutes against the Swiss.

 

Player Profile - Johan Djourou

Switzerland

Johan Djourou
Switzerland 0-1 Romania, May 30
Switzerland 5-3 Germany, May 26
Johan Djourou played the full 90 minutes of Switzerland's 1-0 defeat at home to Romania on Wednesday. The defender featured as an injury-time substitute in Switzerland's 5-3 victory over Germany on Saturday.

Player Profile - Tomas Rosicky

Czech Republic

Tomas Rosicky
Czech Republic 1-2 Hungary, June 1
Czech Republic 2-1 Israel, May 26
Tomas Rosicky missed the Czech Republic's 2-1 defeat to Hungary on Friday with injury, after also sitting out his side's victory over Israel last weekend.

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