Calum Chambers, Rob Holding, Takuma Asano and Hector Bellerin have all featured for their respective countries during the interlul so far.
Bellerin got a full 90 minutes under his belt for Spain’s under-21s against San Marino, which his side won 3-0 thanks to goals from Munir, Denis Suarez and Jorge Mere. Although he missed out on a call up for the senior team again, he’ll be glad to get another full match for the youth side notched up.
Takuma Asano got 15 minutes for Japan in their 2-1 win over Iraq. Another appearance, which could move the forward closer to a work permit. Although it doesn’t seem as if he had the greatest of games this time. Oh well, you win some you lose some and at least Japan won this one.
The difference between Asano who wanted too much time and Yamaguchi, confident enough to volley from distance! Japan 2-1.
— JSoccer Magazine (@JSoccerMagazine) October 6, 2016
Chambers and Holding both started for England’s under-21s against Kazakhstan. The Young Lions won 1-0 through a goal in the sixth minute from Leicester City’s Demarai Gray.
— England (@England) October 6, 2016