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Jack Wilshere England
Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott
Wednesday, February 6
England 2-1 Brazil
Jack Wilshere played 90 minutes and was named man of the match as England defeated Brazil at Wembley. The 21-year-old produced a typically tenacious and driving display in central midfield. Theo Walcott also started, helping to set up the opener for Wayne Rooney, and was substituted with 15 minutes to play.

Lukas Podolski Germany
Lukas Podolski, Per Mertesacker
Wednesday, February 6
France 1-2 Germany
Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker both started for Germany as they ended their 26-year wait for a victory in France with a 2-1 triumph in Paris. Mertesacker played the whole game, while Podolski was withdrawn midway through the second half.

Bacary Sagna France
Bacary Sagna, Laurent Koscielny, Olivier Giroud
Wednesday, February 6
France 1-2 Germany
Bacary Sagna completed the whole game in France’s defeat to Germany. Laurent Koscielny was withdrawn at half time, while Olivier Giroud was brought off the bench for the final 10 minutes.


Santi Cazorla Spain
Santi Cazorla, Nacho Monreal
Spain 3-1 Uruguay
Wednesday, February 6
Santi Cazorla started and played 70 minutes as Spain defeated Uruguay in Doha. Nacho Monreal replaced Jordi Alba with just over 10 minutes to play.


Wojciech Szczesny Poland
Wojciech Szczesny
Republic of Ireland 2-0 Poland
Wednesday, February 6
Wojciech Szczesny replaced Artur Boruc at half time but could not prevent Poland from being beaten 2-0 in Dublin. Arsenal’s No 1 was beaten by Wes Hoolahan 15 minutes from time, after Ciaran Clark had given the hosts a first-half lead.


Aaron Ramsey Wales
Aaron Ramsey
Wales 2-1 Austria
Wednesday, February 6
Aaron Ramsey pulled out of the Wales squad that beat Austria in Swansea.


Tomas Rosicky Czech Republic
Tomas Rosicky
Turkey 0-2 Czech Republic
Wednesday, February 6
Tomas Rosicky started and played for 73 minutes in the Czech Republic’s victory over Turkey. Ladislav Krejci and David Lafata gave the visitors a two-goal lead in the opening half hour.


Joel Campbell Costa Rica
Joel Campbell
Panama 2-2 Costa Rica
Thursday, February 7
Joel Campbell came on just after half time as Costa Rica battled back from two goals down to draw against Panama.


Johan Djourou Switzerland
Johan Djourou
Greece 0-0 Switzerland
Wednesday, February 6
Johan Djourou was substituted at half time as Switzerland and Greece played out a stalemate in their friendly match in Piraeus.


Ju Young Park South Korea
Ju Young Park
South Korea 0-4 Croatia
Wednesday, February 6
Ju Young Park came on at half time as South Korea were comprehensively beaten by Croatia at Craven Cottage. Ex-Arsenal striker Eduardo was in the Croatia squad, but did not get off the bench.

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