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Schedules and results of Real Madrid players representing their countries

NEWS | 13/10/2019

Carvajal completed 81 minutes of the 1-1 draw against Sweden, which saw Spain book their ticket to the European Championship.
Twelve Real Madrid players have been called up for their national teams to play international matches. Sergio Ramos and Carvajal, with Spain; Varane and Areola, with France; Hazard and Courtois, with Belgium; Bale, with Wales; and Modric, with Croatia, will play qualifying matches for the 2020 Euros. Casemiro and Militão; with Brazil; Valverde, with Uruguay; and Rodrygo, with the Brazilian Olympic team.
Norway-Spain (1-1)
Sweden-Spain (1-1)

Spain drew with Sweden at Solna's Friends Arena Stadium to secure a place at the 2020 European Championship. Rodrigo Moreno's strike in injury time cancelled out Berg's 49th-minute opener. Carvajal completed 81 minutes, whilst Ramos was suspended after picking up a number of bookings. In their first outing, Spain drew with Norway (1-1) as Ramos started the game to pick up his 168th international cap to set a new all-time Spanish record. Carvajal didn't play at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo.
Brazil-Senegal (1-1)
Brazil-Nigeria (1-1)

Casemiro and Militão have been called up by Tite to dispute two friendlies in Singapore. In the first one they drew against Senegal with Casemiro playing 90 minutes. In the second they will face Nigeria. The same result in their next commitment against Nigeria, in which Casemiro scored the goal for the Brazilians. Militão was not involved in the matches.
Belgium-San Marino (9-0)
Kazakhstan-Belgium (0-2)

The Belgian team thrashed San Marino on Thursday to qualify for the Euros. Courtois played the full game while Hazard started and played 63 minutes. In the next meeting the two Real Madrid players played 90 minutes in the victory over Kazakhstan in Nur-Sultan. Hazard gave a great assist for the second goal.
Croatia-Hungary (3-0)
Wales-Croatia (1-1)

The Croatian national team, led by Modric, stay at the top of the Group E table, but must wait to seal qualification. The Whites star played 67 minutes and opened the scoring in the win over Hungary. In the draw against Wales, he was again in the startingeleven and was replaced in the last minutes.
Slovakia-Wales (1-1)
Wales-Croatia (1-1)

Gareth Bale's team drew away from home against Slovakia in the first game. The Whites' forward played the entire match. Against Croatia, he played the ninety minutes and got his team's goal, as they continue to fight to qualify for the European Championship.
Iceland-France (0-1)
France-Turkey (1-1)

France won in Iceland to pull level with Turkey at the top of their Euro qualifying group and they sit six points ahead of Norway who are third in the group. Varane played the entire game, which was decided by a 66th-minute Giroud spot-kick. In the match against Turkey at the Stade de France, the French draw 1-1 with the madridista centre-back completing the full 90 minutes. Areola , meanwhile, didn't feature in either of the games.
Uruguay-Peru (1-0)
Peru-Uruguay (Wednesday 16, 3:30am)

Valverde played the full 90 minutes of Uruguay's win over Peru in the first friendly at the Centenario Stadium. Next up, they will travel to the National Stadium in Lima for the second clash.
Brazil-Venezuela Olympic Team (4-1)
Brazil-Japan Olympic Team (Monday 14, 11pm)

It is the first time Rodrygo has been called by his country's Olympic team. The attacker took to the pitch after 70 minutes as his national side thrashed Venezuela. It was the first of two Pre-Olympic warm-up friendlies ahead of the competition in Colombia in January 2020. Their second clash comes against Japan at the Pernambuco Arena.