Arsenal.com's International Watch reports back to base on those who have temporarily swapped the red of Arsenal for the colours of their national sides. Read on for the latest call-ups...


Thierry Henry, William Gallas
France 1-0 Greece, November 15
Thierry Henry played a full 90 minutes and scored the only goal of the game as France ended their international year with a narrow victory over European champions Greece. The Arsenal striker headed home Willy Sagnol's deflected cross to register his 39th goal for France in his 91st appearance. Henry is now just two short of Michel Platini's record international haul for France. Arsenal defender William Gallas also played the entire game which saw Patrick Vieira make his 100th international appearance. The former Arsenal captain could have added to Henry's 26th-minute strike but he squandered a number of chances.


Kolo Toure
Ivory Coast 1-0 Sweden, November 15
Kolo Toure played a full 90 minutes in Ivory Coast's 1-0 victory over Sweden in Le Mans, France. The Arsenal defender helped his country keep a clean sheet while Didier Drogba scored the only goal after 37 minutes. The Chelsea striker gave former Arsenal goalkeeper Rami Shaaban no chance with a firm header from Bakary Kone's cross. Freddie Ljungberg was expected to return to action after recovering from injury but the Sweden captain was forced to withdraw after a bout of food poisoning.


Cesc Fabregas
Spain 0-1 Romania, November 15
Cesc Fabregas played 45 minutes as Spain suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat to Romania on Wednesday night. Spain enjoyed the lion's share of the possession but Ciprian Marica, the Shakhtar Donetsk striker, broke the deadlock with an individual effort 13 minutes into the second half. Spain could not find an equaliser and almost conceded a second when Iker Casillas saved spectacularly from Cristian Chivu's free kick 18 minutes from time.


Philippe Senderos, Johan Djourou
Switzerland 1-2 Brazil, November 15
Philippe Senderos and Johan Djourou were both in action as Switzerland lost 2-1 against Brazil on Wednesday night. Central defender Luisao gave Brazil the lead and Kaka, captain on the night, doubled the visitors' advantage after Pascal Zuberbuehler's clearance deflected off Djourou and into the Milan star's path. An own goal from Maicon, under pressure from Alexander Frei, set up a grandstand finish and Senderos almost equalised with a header from Hakan Yakin's free kick. Brazil held on to register their fourth win in five games since Dunga took charge. Senderos played a full 90 minutes but Djourou was replaced with 20 minutes remaining.


Emmanuel Adebayor
Luxembourg 0-0 Togo, November 15
Emmanuel Adebayor played a full 90 minutes but could not break the deadlock as Togo played out a goalless draw in a friendly against Luxembourg on Wednesday.


Tomas Rosicky
Czech Republic 1-1 Denmark, November 15
Tomas Rosicky was selected for the Czech Republic's friendly against Denmark in Prague but missed the game through injury. The Arsenal midfielder was sorely missed as an uninspired Czech side fell behind to Peter Loevenkrands' strike just before the half-hour mark. Milan Baros spared the home side's blushes with a stoppage-time equaliser.


Denilson
Switzerland 1-2 Brazil, November 15
Denilson was an unused substitute as Brazil beat Switzerland in Basel on Wednesday night. The 19-year-old midfielder replaced club-mate Gilberto after the latter withdrew from the squad. It represents a rapid elevation for Denilson, who has played only two Carling Cup games since he signed from Sao Paulo at the end of August.


Alex Hleb
Estonia 2-1 Belarus, November 15
Alexander Hleb played a full 90 minutes as Belarus suffered a narrow friendly defeat against Estonia in Tallinn on Wednesday night. Andres Oper opened the scoring after 17 minutes but the visitors pulled level when Hleb's brother Vjatseslav converted a penalty past Poom on 63 minutes. Parity lasted only three minutes however as Oper struck his second to seal the win.


Mart Poom
Estonia 2-1 Belarus, November 15
Mart Poom played a full 90 minutes as Estonia managed a narrow friendly win over Belarus in Tallinn on Wednesday night. Andres Oper opened the scoring after 17 minutes but the visitors pulled level when Alexander Hleb's brother Vjatseslav converted a penalty past Poom on 63 minutes. Parity lasted only three minutes however as Oper struck his second to seal the win.


Joe O'Ceaurill, Anthony Stokes
Republic of Ireland 'B' 0-0 Scotland 'B', November 14
Joe O'Cearuill was in the Republic of Ireland's B squad which drew 0-0 in a friendly against Scotland in Dublin on November 14. Anthony Stokes, currently on loan at Falkirk, came on as a second-half substitute and set up two good chances for Ireland in an otherwise disappointing game.

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