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Results involving the madridistas called up by their national teams

NEWS | 10/10/2017

Cristiano Ronaldo and Varane sealed their qualification for the World Cup, while Casemiro's already qualified Brazil beat Chile.
Marco Asensio, Isco, Nacho, Sergio Ramos, Toni Kroos, Keylor Navas, Casemiro, Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphaël Varane have all booked their places at the 2018 Russia World Cup with their their respective national team. Meanwhile, Achraf's Morocco have their qualification destiny in their own hands ahead of their final fixture, whilst Luka Modric will be involved in the play-offs with Croatia.
Elsewhere, Borja Mayoral, Dani Ceballos and Jesús Vallejo were part of the 
Spain Under-21s side that romped to victory over Slovakia in the side's 2019 European Championship qualifier. 

Andorra-Portugal (0-2)
Portugal-Switzerland (2-0)
Portugal secured their spot at the World Cup after prevailing over Switzerland in a game in which Cristiano Ronaldo completed the full 90 minutes. The Real Madrid forward was instrumental in the team's previous game against Andorra, in which he played the second half and netted his side's opening goal.

Bulgaria-France (0-1)
France-Belarus (2-1)
Varane played the full 90 minutes in both of France's key wins, over Bulgaria (a 1-0 away success) and Belarus (2-1). Didier Deschamps' side clinched qualifcation for Russia 2018 after finishing top of their group.
Bolivia-Brazil (0-0)
Brazil-Chile (3-0)
The Brazilians, with the ticket for Russia assured, ended the qualifying phase with a victory against Chile in a match in which Casemiro played the full 90 minutes. Previously, the Whites' midfielder wore the captain's armband in his national side's draw with Bolivia.
Spain-Albania (3-0)
Israel-Spain (0-1)
Isco scored and provided an assist in Spain's triumph over Albania, a victory which saw the Spanish secure their spot at the World Cup in Russia. Ramos started the game, whilst Nacho and Asensio both came off the bench. In the final match of this qualifying phase, Ramos, Nacho and Asensio were all starters, with the Málaga-born midfielder entering the fray in the second half as Spain saw off Israel to record another win. 
Northern Ireland-Germany (1-3)
Toni Kroos' Germany team sealed their place at the World Cup in Russia by beating Northern Ireland in a game that saw the Whites' midfielder play the full 90 minutes. The madridista has been released from the squad ahead of the final group game against Azerbaijan at home.
Croatia-Finland (1-1)
Ukraine-Croatia (0-2)
Luka Modric played the full 90 minutes in both of his team's fixtures, firstly in the meeting with Finland and then against Ukraine. Croatia were held to a draw in the first of these outings, but victory in Ukraine saw the Croats take their place in the qualification play-offs for Russia 2018.

Costa Rica-Honduras (1-1)
Keylor Navas' national side secured a place at Russia 2018 by snatching a draw in the final moments of their clash with Honduras. The madridista goalkeeper played the full 90 minutes and has been released from the squad for the team's next encounter against Panama.
Morocco-Gabon (3-0)
South Korea-Morocco (1-3)

Achraf played the full 90 minutes in Morocco's crucial win over Gabon which puts them top of Group C. With one qualifier to play, the right-back's team have their qualification destiny in their own hands. In Morocco's friendly encounter against South Korea in Switzerland, the madridista didn't start the game and entered the action in the 31st minute.
Slovakia U21s-Spain U21s (1-4)
Ceballos, Vallejo and Mayoral all played the full 90 minutes as Spain thumped Slovakia in Poprad in the sides' 2019 European Championship qualifier. Ceballos struck Spain's fourth and final goal of the night.