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Nacho Monreal Spain
Nacho Monreal, Santi Cazorla

France 0-1 Spain, March 26

Nacho Monreal played the whole of Spain's World Cup qualifier win in France. The left back set up the game's only goal for Pedro just before the hour mark. Santi Cazorla was an unused substitute.

Laurent Koscielny France
Laurent Koscielny, Olivier Giroud

France 0-1 Spain, March 26

Laurent Koscielny played 90 minutes as France were defeated by Spain in Paris. Olivier Giroud came off the bench in second-half stoppage time but could not rescue a point for Didier Deschamps' team.

Per Mertesacker Germany
Per Mertesacker, Lukas Podolski

Germany 4-1 Kazakhstan, March 26

Per Mertesacker played the entirety of Germany's convincing win against Kazakhstan in Nuremberg. Lukas Podolski was also in the squad but did not get off the bench.

Thomas Vermaelen Belgium
Thomas Vermaelen

Belgium 1-0 FYR Macedonia, March 26

Thomas Vermaelen was part of the Belgium defence that kept a clean sheet in their 1-0 victory against FYR Macedonia in Brussels.

Tomas Rosicky Czech Republic
Tomas Rosicky

Armenia 0-3 Czech Republic, March 26

Tomas Rosicky played the full 90 minutes as the Czech Republic secured a comfortable win in Armenia. The creative midfielder set up Daniel Kolar's late goal.

Joel Campbell Costa Rica
Joel Campbell

Costa Rica 2-0 Jamaica, March 26

Joel Campbell started and played 86 minutes as Costa Rica secured victory against Jamaica in San Jose.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain England
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Montenegro 1-1 England, March 26

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was an unused substitute as England were held to a draw in Montenegro. Wayne Rooney gave England the lead in the early stages, but Dejan Damjanovic equalised after 77 minutes.

Aaron Ramsey Wales
Aaron Ramsey

Wales 1-2 Croatia, March 26

Aaron Ramsey was suspended for Wales' home defeat by Croatia in Swansea.

Wojciech Szczesny Poland
Wojciech Szczesny

Poland 5-0 San Marino, March 26

Wojciech Szczesny was an unused substitute as Poland comprehensively beat San Marino in Warsaw.

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