You can follow the progress of Arsenal's stars during the current Premier League break by reading our International Watch. Scroll down for the latest call-ups and reports:
Jack Wilshere, Carl Jenkinson Sweden 4-2 England, November 14 Carl Jenkinson made his England debut in a 4-2 friendly defeat against Sweden on Wednesday night. The Arsenal defender replaced Glen Johnson after 74 minutes to become the 62nd Arsenal player to represent the Three Lions. Jack Wilshere was also a second-half substitute in Stockholm, coming on after 61 minutes to make his first international appearance since June 2011. Wilshere was booked for a foul on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who stole the show with four goals - including an incredible overhead kick from 25 yards.
Olivier Giroud, Laurent Koscielny Italy 1-2 France, November 14 Laurent Koscielny and Olivier Giroud both started France's win against Italy in Parma. Koscielny played the full 90 minutes, while Giroud was substituted just after the hour.
Joel Campbell Bolivia 1-1 Costa Rica, November 15 Joel Campbell gave Costa Rica the lead in their draw with Bolivia. The striker opened the scoring after 72 minutes.
Nicklas Bendtner Turkey 1-1 Denmark, November 14 Nicklas Bendtner was on target in Denmark’s draw against Turkey. The striker scored from the penalty spot after 65 minutes.
Lukas Podolski, Per Mertesacker Holland 0-0 Germany Lukas Podolski came on after 72 minutes as Germany drew against Holland. Per Mertesacker played the whole game.
Johan Djourou Tunisia 1-2 Switzerland, November 14 Johan Djourou played the entirety of Switzerland’s last-gasp win against Tunisia.
Benik Afobe England U-21s 2-0 Northern Ireland U-21s, November 13 Benik Afobe came off the bench and scored as England Under-21s beat Northern Ireland. The striker was brought on after an hour and dispatched a penalty 15 minutes later, having been felled in the area.
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14 Nov 2012