Arsenal had 20 players called up for senior internationals over the break, let’s take a look at all of their results.

ANDORRA LA VELLA, ANDORRA - OCTOBER 08: Aaron Ramsdale of England looks on during a training session at Estadi Nacional on October 08, 2021 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
ANDORRA LA VELLA, ANDORRA: Aaron Ramsdale of England looks on during a training session at Estadi Nacional on October 08, 2021 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

After an encouraging month for Arsenal fans, we had to take another break for the final round of internationals in 2021.

Given Arsenal’s form, it’s perhaps not surprising to see so many players involved with their countries this time.

Below is the original list of Arsenal international call-ups:

Arsenal First Team

Bernd Leno (Germany), Aaron Ramsdale, Bukayo Saka, and Emile Smith Rowe (England), Kieran Tierney (Scotland), Gabriel Magalhaes (Brazil), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan), Sead Kolasinac (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Thomas Partey (Ghana), Martin Odegaard (Norway), Albert Sambi Lokonga (Belgium), Mohamed Elneny (Egypt), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon), Nicolas Pepe (Ivory Coast)

Arsenal Loanees

Runar Alex Runarsson (Iceland), Matteo Guendouzi (France), Lucas Torreira (Uruguay), Daniel Ballard (Northern Ireland)

Arsenal Youth Team

Karl Hein (Estonia), Omar Rekik (Tunisia)

Since the announcements, Omar Rekik, Thomas Partey, Daniel Ballard, and Karl Hein have pulled out through injury. For the rest, here are all their results:

Arsenal International Results (Times in GMT)

Thursday, 11th November

Takehiro Tomiyasu, JUNE 5, 2021 - International Friendly between U-24 Japan and U-24 Ghana. (Photo via Imago Images)
Takehiro Tomiyasu – International Friendly between Japan and Ghana. (Photo via Imago Images)
  • Vietnam 0-1 Japan – Tomiyasu played 90 minutes at left-centre-back as Japan kept a clean sheet away to Vietnam.

Friday, 12th November

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates a goal for Gabon (Photo via FEGAFOOT on Facebook)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates a goal for Gabon (Photo via FEGAFOOT on Facebook)
  • Gabon 1-0 Libya – Aubameyang played 90 minutes and scored for Gabon, but came off in injury time with a knock.
  • Moldova 0-2 Scotland – Tierney played 90 minutes and made a vital goal-stopping tackle.
  • Angola 2-2 Egypt – Elneny played 90 minutes and scored for Egypt.
  • England 5-0 Albania – Smith Rowe made his debut for 13 minutes as a substitute.
  • Uruguay 0-1 Argentina – Torreira played 90 minutes for Uruguay.

Saturday, 13th November

Sead Kolašinac limps off with an injury (Photo via Haris Mrkonja N1 on Twitter)
Sead Kolašinac limps off with an injury (Photo via Haris Mrkonja N1 on Twitter)
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina 1-3 Finland – Kolasinac came off after 39 minutes following a red-card foul that left him with an ankle injury.
  • Norway 0-0 Latvia – Odegaard played 90 minutes for Norway and won the Man of the Match award.
  • Ivory Coast 3-0 Mozambique – Pepe came on as a second-half substitute for the final 20 minutes.

Sunday, 14th November

Thomas Partey with Ghana (Photo via GFA Communications)
Thomas Partey with Ghana (Photo via GFA Communications)
  • Ghana 1-0 South Africa – Partey didn’t end up joining up with Ghana, but they got a vital win in his absence to top their group and make the World Cup qualification play-off round.

Monday, 15th November

SERRAVALLE, SAN MARINO: Emile Smith Rowe of England celebrates after scoring their team's seventh goal during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between San Marino and England at San Marino Stadium on November 15, 2021. (Photo by Alessandro Sabattini / Getty Images)
SERRAVALLE, SAN MARINO: Emile Smith Rowe of England celebrates after scoring their team’s seventh goal during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between San Marino and England at San Marino Stadium on November 15, 2021. (Photo by Alessandro Sabattini / Getty Images)
  • San Marino 0-10 England – Saka scored one, Smith Rowe scored one and assisted one, and Ramsdale kept a clean sheet. Saka and Ramsdale played 90 minutes, Smith Rowe played 73.
  • Scotland 2-0 Denmark – Tierney played 87 minutes and helped Scotland to a clean sheet.

Tuesday, 16th November

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Mali’s midfielder Diadie Samassekou (L) fights for the ball with Ivory Coast’s forward Nicolas Pepe during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) Round of 16 football match between Ivory Coast and Mali at the Suez Stadium in the north-eastern Egyptian city on July 8, 2019. (Photo by Khaled DESOUKI / AFP / Getty Images)
  • Oman 0-1 Japan – Tomiyasu played 90 minutes at centre-back and helped Japan to another clean sheet.
  • Cameroon 1-0 Ivory Coast – Pepe came on for 21 minutes as a substitute, but defeat condemned the Ivory Coast to missing next year’s World Cup.
  • Netherlands 2-0 Norway – Odegaard played 90 minutes for Norway, but his team were also condemned to missing out on the World Cup.
  • Finland 0-2 France – Guendouzi came on as a substitute for France for 23 minutes and his international debut.
  • Bolivia 3-0 Uruguay – Torreira played 68 minutes for Uruguay.
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