International Watch: Gunners on duty

Mesut Ozil
Mesut Ozil

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


Mesut Ozil GermanyMesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker Germany 3-0 Republic of Ireland, Friday, October 11 Sweden 3-5 Germany, Tuesday, October 15 Birthday boy Mesut Ozil scored one and made one but went off in the second half as Germany came from two goals down to beat Sweden 5-3. Tobias Hysen put the hosts in front on six minutes before Alexander Kacaniklic put Sweden further ahead in the 42nd minute. But Ozil pulled a goal back on the stroke of half-time and Mario Gotze equalised eight minutes after the break. Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle put the visitors in front on 57 minutes before increasing their lead nine minutes later. Hysen made it 4-3 in the 69th minute but Schurrle completed his hat-trick with 14 minutes remaining to put the result beyond doubt.



Aaron Ramsey WalesAaron Ramsey Wales 1-0 Macedonia, Friday, October 11 Belgium 1-1 Wales, Tuesday October 15 Aaron Ramsey continued his fine goalscoring form with a late equaliser to give Chris Coleman's side a creditable draw against Belgium on Tuesday after Kevin De Bruyne had given the hosts a 64th minute lead. Wojciech Szczesny PolandWojciech Szczesny, Lukasz Fabianski Ukraine 1-0 Poland, Friday, October 11 England 2-0 Poland, Tuesday, October 15Wojciech Szczesny replaced Artur Boruc in goal as Poland lost 2-0 to England at Wembley on Tuesday. The 23-year-old made a string of fine saves but Wayne Rooney's header and Steven Gerrard's late second gave England the win they needed to qualify for the World Cup.



Olivier Giroud FranceOlivier Giroud, Laurent KoscielnyFrance 6-0 Australia, Friday, October 11France 3-0 Finland, Tuesday, October 15 Laurent Koscielny completed 90 minutes and Olivier Giroud played 81 in France's 3-0 win over Finland on Tuesday. Frank Ribery gave Les Bleus the lead after seven minutes. France had to wait until the 76th minute for their second, when Joona Toivio put the ball into his own net. Giroud's replacement Karim Benzema added a third late on but Didier Deschamps' team had to settle for a play-off place after finishing below Spain in Group I.



Jack Wilshere England Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs England 4-1 Montenegro, Friday, October 11 England 2-0 Poland, Tuesday, October 15 Jack Wilshere played the last eight minutes as England secured their place in the World Cup with a 2-0 win over Poland at Wembley. Wayne Rooney's header put Roy Hodgson's side ahead in the 41st minute and captain Steven Gerrard sealed victory with a neat finish two minutes from time. Kieran Gibbs was again an unused substitute. Nacho Monreal SpainNacho Monreal Spain 2-1 Belarus, Friday, October 11 Spain 3-0 Georgia, Tuesday, October 15Nacho Monreal was an unused substitute as holders Spain confirmed their place in the World Cup with a 2-0 win over Georgia. Man City forward Alvaro Negredo put Spain in front in the 26th minute before substitute Juan Mata netted their second just after the hour.


Thomas Vermaelen BelgiumThomas Vermaelen 
Croatia 1-2 Belgium, Friday, October 11 
Belgium 1-1 Wales, Tuesday, October 15 
Thomas Vermaelen played 90 minutes in Belgium's 1-1 draw at home to Wales. Kevin De Bruyne made the breakthrough for Marc Wilmots' team after 63 minutes but Aaron Ramsey grabbed a late equaliser two minutes from time.   Carl Jenkinson England Carl Jenkinson 
San Marino U-21 0-4 England U-21, Thursday, October 10 
England U-21 5-0 Lithuania U-21, Tuesday, October 15Carl Jenkinson replaced the injured Tom Carroll in the 16th minute as England Under-21s thrashed Lithuania Under-21s 5-0 at Portman Road on Tuesday. A brace apiece from Ravel Morrison and Saido Berahino plus a James Ward-Prowse goal sealed another comprehensive victory for Gareth Southgate's side.
Nicklas Bendtner Denmark Nicklas BendtnerDenmark 2-2 Italy, Friday, October 11 Denmark 6-0 Malta, Tuesday, October 15 Nicklas Bendtner did not feature in Denmark's 6-0 win over Malta on Tuesday. Emmanuel Frimpong GhanaEmmanuel Frimpong Ghana 6-1 Egypt, Tuesday, October 15 Emmanuel Frimpong was an unused substitute in Ghana's 6-1 win over Egypt in their World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
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