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Fixtures and results for the madridistas representing their national teams

NEWS STORY. 08/04/2022

Asllani started for Sweden and netted the equaliser against the Republic of Ireland. Svava played her part in Denmark's win, whilst Olga, Ivana and Teresa featured for Spain, who mathematically sealed their qualification for the Women's World Cup.

The following Real Madrid players have been called up to represent their national teams in the upcoming international matches in April. Misa, Ivana, Olga, Teresa, Zornoza, Esther and M. Oroz (Spain), Asllani (Sweden), Møller and Svava (Denmark), and K. Robles (Mexico) will be involved in qualifiers for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, as well as friendlies.
 
Spain-Brazil (1-1)
Scotland-Spain (0-2)

Misa, Ivana, Olga, Teresa, Zornoza, Esther and Maite Oroz have been named in Spain's squad for two international matches. In their first friendly Ivana, Olga, Esther and Zornoza featured in the draw against Brazil at the José Rico Pérez stadium in Alicante. Olga, Ivana and Teresa again featured as Spain claimed victory over Scotland in Glasgow to book their ticket for the Women's World Cup 2023.
 
Georgia-Sweden (0-15)
Sweden-Republic of Ireland (1-1)

Asllani took part in two World Cup qualifiers with Sweden. The Group A leaders mathematically sealed qualification for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand after an away rout over Georgia, with Asllani bagging a brace. The forward was again on target in the team's second outing as she hit a 79th-minute equaliser against the Republic of Ireland. 
 
Malta-Denmark (0-2)
Denmark-Azerbaijan (2-0)

Møller and Svava have been named in Denmark's squad for two qualification matches for the 2023 World Cup, where Denmark have secured qualification. The madridistas featured in Denmark’s victory away in Malta. Svava started and completed 77 minutes of the Danes win over Azerbaijan.
 
Anguilla-Mexico (0-11)
Mexico-Puerto Rico (Wednesday 13, 3am)

Mexico play two qualifiers for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and Kenti Robles has been named in the squad. In the first game, the Mexicans brushed Anguilla aside in an 11-0 away romp, a game in which the madridista played no part. The international break will be brought to a close at the Nemesio Diez stadium in a game against Puerto Rico.

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