International Watch: Ox scores

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scores against Scotland
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates scoring against Scotland

You can follow the progress of Arsenal's stars by reading our International Watch. Scroll down for the latest call-ups and reports:


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain EnglandCalum Chambers, Kieran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Danny Welbeck, Jack Wilshere
Scotland 1-3 England, November 18
England 3-1 Slovenia, November 15
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored as England beat Scotland 3-1 in Glasgow. Jack Wilshere assisted the forward's opener before Rooney scored either side of Andrew Robertson. Danny Welbeck and Kieran Gibbs also featured.
Welbeck scored twice in six minutes to inspire England to a 3-1 Group E European Championship qualifying victory over Slovenia at Wembley.  Wilshere and Gibbs also lasted the duration, while Oxlade-Chamberlain was introduced with five minutes to play. 



Alexis Sanchez ChileAlexis Sanchez
Chile 1-2 Uruguay, November 19

Chile 5-0 Venezuela, November 14
Alexis Sanchez scored but Rolan Diego and Alvaro Gonzalez gave Uruguay a 2-1 victory against Chile.
Alexis also netted in Chile's 5-0 friendly win against Venezuela. Alexis opened the scoring before Jorge Valdivia, Eduardo Vargas, Rodrigo Millar and Pablo Hernandez all found the net in a dominant performance.  



Santi Cazorla SpainSanti Cazorla
Spain 0-1 Germany, November 18
Spain 3-0 Belarus, November 15

Santi Cazorla was an unused substitute as Toni Kroos' goal gave Germany 1-0 friendly win over Spain. 
The playmaker played 69 minutes of Spain's comfortable Euro 2016 qualifying victory over Belarus in Huelva. Isco, Sergio Busquets and Pedro secured three points for the home side.



Lukas Podolski GermanyLukas Podolski
Spain 0-1 Germany, November 18
Germany 4-0 Gibraltar, November 14

Lukas Podolski was an unused substitute in Germany's 1-0 victory against Spain but played the full 90 minutes and claimed an assist as Germany beat Gibraltar 4-0 in their Euro 2016 qualifier. Thomas Muller scored twice before Mario Gotze added a third. Yogen Santos then scored an own goal to complete the rout in Nurnberg.  



Wojciech Szczesny PolandWojciech Szczesny
Poland 2-2 Switzerland, November 18
Georgia 0-4 Poland, November 14

Wojciech Szczesny was an unused substitute in Poland's 2-2 friendly draw with Switzerland. Josip Drmic struck before Artur Jedrzejczyk levelled. Then Arkadiusz Milik gave Poland the lead but Fabian Frei equalised in the 87th minute. 
Szczesny played the full 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet as Poland beat Georgia 4-0 in their Euro 2016 qualifier. 



Yaya Sanogo France Under-21sYaya Sanogo
France Under-21s 3-2 England Under-21s, November 17

Italy Under-20s 1-1 France Under-21s, November 13
Yaya Sanogo played 90 minutes and scored twice as France Under-21s beat England Under-21s 3-2. Harry Kane gave the visitors the lead with a quickfire double but Sanogo scored a brace to equalise before half-time. Kingsley Coman then netted the winner in the 73rd minute. 



Carl Jenkinson England Under-21sCarl Jenkinson
France Under-21s 3-2 England Under-21s, November 17
England Under-21s 3-1 Portugal Under-21s, November 13

Carl Jenkinson was a 42nd-minute substitute in England Under-21s' 3-2 defeat against France. 
The right back also played the full 90 minutes and scored as England Under-21s beat Portugal Under-21s 3-1 in Burnley.



Aaron Ramsey WalesAaron Ramsey
Belgium 0-0 Wales, November 16
Aaron Ramsey completed 90 minutes of action and helped Wales to a hard-fought goalless draw in Brussels.



Tomas Rosicky Czech RepublicTomas Rosicky
Czech Republic 2-1 Iceland, November 16
Tomas Rosicky was substituted in second-half stoppage time after helping Czech Republic to an important victory over Iceland in Plzen. Ragnar Sigurdsson gave the visitors the lead but Pavel Kaderabek equalised on the stroke of half-time before Emil Hallfredsson put through his own net on the hour.



Joel Campbell
Costa RicaJoel Campbell
Uruguay 3-3 Costa Rica (Costa Rica win on pens)
Joel Campbell completed 86 minutes of action in this friendly in Montevideo, setting up Bryan Ruiz for Costa Rica's second goal. The visitors twice took the lead, through Alvaro Saborio and Ruiz, but were indebted to Johan Venegas' stoppage-time equaliser after Uruguay had battled back to take the lead.


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