'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 news on how they all got on. will have the latest injury news from Arsène Wenger's press conference on Friday.

Nicklas Bendtner
Denmark 1-1 Czech Republic, March 26
Nicklas Bendtner was on target as Denmark drew 1-1 with the Czech Republic. The Arsenal striker played a full 90 minutes and struck midway through the first half. Jan Koller equalised for the Czechs, who were without the injured Tomas Rosicky.

Cesc Fabregas
Spain 1-0 Italy, March 26
Cesc Fabregas played a full 90 minutes as Spain beat Italy. David Villa scored a superb goal with 16 minutes left to sink the world champions.

Gael Clichy, William Gallas, Bacary Sagna, Mathieu Flamini
France 1-0 England, March 26
William Gallas played a full 90 minutes as France beat England in Paris. Franck Ribery scored the only goal from the penalty spot in the 32nd minute after David James had brought down former Arsenal striker Nicolas Anelka. Bacary Sagna missed the friendly through injury. Gael Clichy and Mathieu Flamini were both in the French squad but did not play.

Philippe Senderos
Switzerland 0-4 Germany, March 26
Philippe Senderos was replaced after 74 minutes of Switzerland 4-0 home defeat against Germany.

Jens Lehmann
Switzerland 0-4 Germany, March 26
Jens Lehmann played a full 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet as Germany thrashed Switzerland. Klose gave the visitors a half-time lead before Gomez (2) and Podolski completed a comprehensive victory for Germany.

Brazil 1-0 Sweden, March 26
Gilberto played a full 90 minutes as Brazil beat Sweden in the third international friendly to be played at Emirates Stadium. Alexandre Pato came off the bench on the hour mark to make his international debut and grabbed the winner 18 minutes from time, capitalising on Rami Shaaban's error to find an empty net.

Theo Walcott
France 1-0 England, March 26
Theo Walcott was an unused substitute as England lost their first game of Fabio Capello's reign, going down 1-0 against France in Paris.

Robin van Persie
Austria 3-4 Holland, March 26
Robin van Persie played a full 90 minutes as Holland recovered from a three-goal deficit to beat Austria 4-3 in an incredible game. Ivanschitz and Prodl (2) gave the hosts a seemingly unassailable lead after 36 minutes but Huntelaar pulled a goal back before the interval and Heitinga struck with 23 minutes left. Vennegoor of Hesselink equalised for Holland with seven minutes remaining and Huntelaar grabbed the winner with three minutes left.

Alexander Hleb
Belarus 2-2 Turkey, March 26
Alex Hleb played a full 90 minutes as Belarus forced a creditable 2-2 draw with Turkey. Kutuzov gave Belarus the lead nine minutes before the break but Sanli levelled almost immediately. Hleb's brother, Viacheslav, restored Belarus' advantage with 25 minutes left but once again the hosts could not hold on and Metin struck to earn Turkey a draw.

Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Eboue
Ivory Coast 0-2 Tunisia, March 26
Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Eboue were both in the Ivory Coast squad which lost 2-0 against Tunisia.

Lukasz Fabianski
Poland 0-3 United States, March 26
Lukasz Fabianski did not feature as Poland were beaten 3-0 by the United States.

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27 Mar 2008