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Results from the games involving madridistas called up by their national teams

NEWS | 30/03/2016

Keylor Navas' Costa Rica beat Jamaica, while Cristiano Ronaldo and Kroos scored in wins for Portugal and Germany.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Toni Kroos were the latest madridistas to find the back of the net for their national teams during the international fixtures. The Portuguese forward, along with Pepe, were part of the Portugal side which beat Belgium, whilst Kroos was on hand to open the scoring in Germany's win over Italy. The German midfielder was also amongst the goals in his previous game, against England. Raphaël Varane featured in France's win over Russia and James' Colombia emerged victorious in their game with Ecuador. Keylor Navas stole the limelight against Jamacia in his second match.

Italy – Spain (1-1)
Romania – Spain (0-0)
Spain drew against Romania in the last of their two friendly matches. Isco played the second half and Nacho came on in the 52nd minute. Sergio Ramos did not play due to lumbar pains. Before this game, the national side played Italy in a repeat of the last European Championship final. The friendly ended 1-1 with the goals coming from Insigne and Aduriz. Ramos started the game and played the first half. Nacho came on in place of Ramos after half time and Isco entered the fray in the 60th minute.

Portugal – Bulgaria (0-1)
Portugal – Belgium (2-1)
Cristiano Ronaldo netted Portugal's second goal in their win over Belgium. The forward played 61 minutes, whilst Pepe played the whole game. Both madridistas featured for the full 90 minutes in the previous game against Bulgaria.

Croatia – Israel (2-0)
Hungary – Croatia (1-1)
Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic were in the starting eleven for Croatia's draw in Hungary, in a game that was played at the Groupama Arena in Budapest. Modric played the full 90 minutes, while Kovacic was substituted in the 75th minute. The two Real Madrid players also played in Croatia's win against Israel last Wednesday.

Holland – France (2-3)
Francie – Russia (4-2)
Varane played the full game as France took on Holland at the Amsterdam Arena, as the French ran out 2-3 winners. The defender started the second of the French team's friendlies and played the first 45 minutes in the win over Russia. 


Germany – England (2-3)
Germany – Italy (4-1)
Toni Kroos starred in both of his national team's fixtures, finding the net in both games. In the first of the two matches he played the full game and opened the scoring in the defeat to England, who came back from 2-0 down. In the rout against Italy Kroos once again opened the scoring and in this game he was substituted in the 90th minute.

Bolivia – Colombia (2-3)
Colombia – Ecuador  (3-1)
James led Colombia to victory over Bolivia (2-3) in the first of two 2018 World Cup qualifiers. The Whites' midfielder opened the scoring and laid on the second for Carlos Bacca. In the home game against Ecuador, he played the full match and had in a hand in his team's first and third goals. 

Brazil – Uruguay (2-2)
Paraguay – Brazil (2-2)
Brazil drew two all with  Uruguay, Danilo didn't play. The Madrid defender didn't appear in the second game either, against Paraguay, in the Estadio Defensores del Charco de Asunción where the result was the same as in the first encounter.

Jamaica – Costa Rica (1-1)
Costa Rica – Jamaica (3-0)
Keylor Navas' Costa Rica drew one all in the first of two games against Jamaica, played at Independence Park in Kingston. In the second match, Costa Rica won easily at the Estadio Nacional, in San José and Keylor stood out, producing some incredible moments.