Jugadores internacionales del Real Madrid

Results for the Real Madrid players away on international duty

NEWS | 10/10/2021

Valverde was in Uruguay's line-up as they lost to Brazil. Benzema was crowned Nations League champion with France.
The October international break has come to a close. The following Real Madrid players were called up to represent their countries: Benzema was crowned Nations League champion with France, while Belgium's Courtois ended the campaign in fourth spot. Elsewhere, Alaba (Austria), Modrić (Croatia), Jović (Serbia), were involved in Qatar 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Vini Jr. (Brazil) and Valverde (Uruguay) closed out the madridistas' participation.

France-Belgium (2-3)
Spain-France (1-2)

Benzema was crowned champion of the Nations League after beating Spain in the final. The Real Madrid man netted his side's opener in the 66th minute of France's comeback win over Spain at the San Siro. In the semi-finals, he got the better of Courtois and Hazard's Belgium and bagged France's first goal.

Belgium-France (2-3)
Italy-Belgium (2-1)
Courtois and Hazard were unable to beat Benzema's France in the Nations League semi-finals. Belgium went on to finish fourth in the competition after being beaten by Italy at the Allianz Stadium in Turin. The Real Madrid goalkeeper played the full 90 minutes, while Hazard didn't take part in this second match.
Cyprus-Croatia (0-3)
Croatia-Slovakia (2-2)

Luka Modrić struck a free-kick leveller in Croatia's draw against Slovakia at the Gradski Stadium in Osijek. In his side's first outing, the Real Madrid midfielder played 84 minutes as his Croatia side beat Cyprus in their Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier. 
Faroe Islands-Austria (0-2)
Denmark-Austria (1-0)

David Alaba played the full 90 minutes as Austria beat the Faroe Islands in the qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar at the Tórsvøllur stadium. In their second outing, the madridista also completed the whole game as Austria slipped to defeat against Denmark at Copenhagen's Parken Stadion.
Luxembourg-Serbia (0-1)
Serbia-Azerbaijan (3-1)

Jović played no part in the first of Serbia's World Cup qualifiers as his side emerged victorious in their trip to Luxembourg. In the team's next game, the Real Madrid frontman was a starter in the triumph over Azerbaijan at Belgrade's Rajko Mitić Stadium.

Venezuela-Brazil (1-3)
Colombia-Brazil (0-0)
Brazil-Uruguay (4-1)

Brazil remain top of their World Cup qualifying group. In the first game they came from behind to beat Venezuela with Vini Jr. playing 27 minutes and Militão not in action. In the draw against Colombia, the Real Madrid defender was in the starting eleven and played 72 minutes. The final clash saw Brazil beat Valverde's Uruguay at the Arena Amazônia in Manaus. Vini Jr. didn't feature, while Militão was not part of the squad for this encounter.
Uruguay-Colombia (0-0)
Argentina-Uruguay (3-0)
Brazil-Uruguay (4-1)

Valverde was also in World Cup qualifiying action. The Uruguayan played the full 90 minutes in his first game as his side drew against Colombia at the Gran Parque Central. The midfielder followed this up by completing the full match in his country's defeat to Argentina. Valverde made it a full house as Uruguay fell to Vini Jr.'s Brazil side.