Fixtures and results of the Real Madrid players on international duty

NEWS | 03/09/2019

Valverde was a starter in Uruguay's draw with the United States, while Casemiro, Vinicius Jr. and Militão were involved in Peru-Brazil.
The September international commitments have come to an end in which Real Madrid were represented by Ramos and Carvajal with Spain, Varane and Areola, with France; Courtois, with Belgium; Bale, with Wales; Modric, with Croatia; Kroos, with Germany, Valverde, with Uruguay, and Casemiro, Vinicius Jr. and Militão with Brazil; and Jović with Serbian.

Romania-Spain (1-2)
Spain-Faroe Islands (4-0)

The Spanish team picked up the six points at stake to continue at the top of Group F in the qualifying phase for the European Championship. In the first game they beat Romania with Ramos the scorer of the first goal. And in the second match, they beat the Faroe Islands. Ramos, who equalled Casillas' record with Spain, played 84 minutes; while Carvajal played the entire match.

San Marino-Belgium (0-4)
Scotland-Belgium (0-4)

The Belgians, leaders of Group I, won comfortably at the San Marino Olympic Stadium with Courtois keeping a clean sheet. The team won by the same scoreline with the madridista shotstopper again between the sticks in the side's second outing, the Matchday 6 fixture at Hampden Park against Scotland. Hazard, who was named in Roberto Martínez's squad, didn't feature in the games on account of his injury, as announced by the Belgian Association.

Germany-Netherlands (2-4)
Northern Ireland-Germany (0-2)

Toni Kroos has been selected for Germany to play the two qualifying matches for the European Championship. The first one was in Hamburg against the Netherlands which ended 2-4. The madridista scored a penalty, his side's second goal. In the Germans' second match, Kroos completed the full 90 wins as his side emerged victorious against Northern Ireland at Belfast's Windsor Park.

Slovakia-Croatia (0-4)
Azerbaijan-Croatia (1-1)

Modric got his name on the scoresheet for his national team in their trip to Azerbaijan after he converted an 11th-minute penalty. In their first outing, Croatia eased to victory in Slovakia, a game in which the madridista man completed the full 90 minutes.

Wales-Azerbaijan (2-1)
Wales-Belarus (1-0)

Gareth Bale proved decisive in his side's Euro 2020 qualifier against Azerbaijan as he scored the winner in the dying moments. Wales recorded back-to-back wins after seeing over Belarus at the Cardiff City Stadium, with Bale featuring for the final 40 minutes.

Brazil-Colombia (2-2)
Peru-Brazil (1-0)

Casemiro, Vinicius Jr. and Militão are part of Tite's squad to play two friendly matches in the United States. The first of these was a 2-2 draw with Colombia with Casemiro opened the scoring. Militão and Vinicius Jr played no part. The second game, which Peru won by a goal to nil, saw all three Real Madrid players invovled. Casemiro and Militão were starters, while Vinicius Jr. came on in the 74th minute to make his debut for the national team.

France-Albania (4-1)
France-Andorra (3-0)

Varane played the 90 minutes in both of France's European Championship qualifiers, which were played at the Stade de France. What's more, in the team's first outing, he claimed an asist for Coman's goal that set France on their way to victory. Areola didn't feature in either game.

Costa Rica-Uruguay (1-2)
United States-Uruguay (1-1)

Uruguay played two international friendlies iwth Valverde in the squad. The Uruguayans ran out 2-1 away winners over Costa Rica at the Estadio Nacional, with the madridista man entering the fray in the 75th minute. The second match ended in a 1-1 draw against the United States and Valverde played the 90 minutes.

Serbia-Portugal (2-4)
Jović came on in minute 87 of the first game for Serbia, corresponding to match days 5 and 6 in the European championship 2020 qualifiers. Next, they face Luxembourg away from home at the Josy Barthel Stadium. The Real Madrid forward is not available for the match against Luxembourg due to injury, as announced by the Serbian Football Federation.