13 Arsenal players were called up for the international break in September, with 10 featuring on the pitch. Let’s take a look at their results.

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Arsenal’s Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka applauds the fans following the English Premier League football match between Brentford and Arsenal at the Gtech Community Stadium in London on September 18, 2022. (Photo by IAN KINGTON/AFP via Getty Images)

For the September break, Arsenal received 13 international call-ups as follows:

Aaron Ramsdale and Bukayo Saka (England), Matt Turner (United States), William Saliba (France), Kieran Tierney (Scotland), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan), Thomas Partey (Ghana), Granit Xhaka (Switzerland), Martin Odegaard (Norway), Nicolas Pepe (Ivory Coast), Omar Rekik (Tunisia), Runar Alex Runarsson (Iceland), and Karl Hein (Estonia).

Oleksandr Zinchenko, Mohamed Elneny, and Emile Smith Rowe all missed out through injury.

Elsewhere, Ben White, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, and Gabriel Magalhaes were all somewhat surprising omissions from their national team squads. Perhaps it’s also a little unexpected to see Nuno Tavares overlooked by Portugal after his strong start on loan with Marseille.

As for all the players who have received call-ups, here are their results for the break so you can see how well you could have done on football betting sites:

Wednesday, September 21st

Scotland's defender Kieran Tierney runs with the ball during the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 football match at Hampden Park stadium, in Glasgow, on September 21, 2022. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)
Scotland’s defender Kieran Tierney runs with the ball during the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 football match at Hampden Park stadium, in Glasgow, on September 21, 2022. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Scotland 3-0 Ukraine – Tierney played 86 minutes and helped Scotland keep a clean sheet, playing at left-back.

Thursday, September 22nd

PARIS, FRANCE: William Saliba of France runs with the ball during the UEFA Nations League League A Group 1 match between France and Austria on September 22, 2022. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)
PARIS, FRANCE: William Saliba of France runs with the ball during the UEFA Nations League League A Group 1 match between France and Austria on September 22, 2022. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)
  • Iceland 1-0 Venezuela – Runarsson played 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet for Iceland, making two saves.
  • France 2-0 Austria – Saliba came on as a first-half substitute and played 67 minutes, helping France keep a clean sheet.

Friday, September 23rd

DUESSELDORF, GERMANY: Takehiro Tomiyasu of Japan runs with the ball during the international friendly match between Japan and the United States at Merkur Spiel-Arena on September 23, 2022. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)
DUESSELDORF, GERMANY: Takehiro Tomiyasu of Japan runs with the ball during the international friendly match between Japan and the United States at Merkur Spiel-Arena on September 23, 2022. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)
  • Japan 2-0 USA – Tomiyasu played 90 minutes for Japan and helped them keep a clean sheet, whilst Turner made six saves but also conceded two goals.
  • Estonia 2-1 Malta – Hein played 90 minutes for Estonia, making one high claim but no saves in a quiet match.
  • Italy 1-0 England – Saka played 72 minutes for England whilst Ramsdale was consigned to a spot on the bench.

Saturday, September 24th

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 24: Kieran Tierney of Scotland leaves the field after recieving medical treatment during the UEFA Nations League League B Group 1 match between Scotland and Republic of Ireland at Hampden Park National Stadium on September 24, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: Kieran Tierney of Scotland leaves the field after receiving medical treatment during the UEFA Nations League League B Group 1 match between Scotland and the Republic of Ireland at Hampden Park National Stadium on September 24, 2022. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
  • Slovenia 2-1 Norway – Odegaard played 71 minutes on his return from injury with Norway, creating three chances and one big chance.
  • Scotland 2-1 Ireland – Tierney played 42 minutes for Scotland, coming off with a suspected head injury.
  • Spain 1-2 Switzerland – Xhaka played 90 minutes for Switzerland, captaining them to a key win in their attempt to avoid Nations League relegation.

Sunday, September 25th

  • Denmark 2-0 France – Saliba played 45 minutes for France, coming off at half-time.

Monday, September 26th

England's midfielder Mason Mount (R) celebrates scoring the team's second goal with England's midfielder Bukayo Saka during the UEFA Nations League group A3 football match between England and Germany at Wembley stadium in north London on September 26, 2022. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
England’s midfielder Mason Mount (R) celebrates scoring the team’s second goal with Bukayo Saka during the UEFA Nations League group A3 football match between England and Germany at Wembley stadium in north London on September 26, 2022. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
  • England 3-3 Germany – Saka played 24 minutes as a substitute for England, providing an assist and playing a pass leading to a penalty.
  • San Marino 0-4 Estonia – Hein made one save and one punch, completing 94% of his passes and keeping a clean sheet.

Tuesday, September 27th

Nicolas Pepe playing for the Ivory Coast (Photo via OGC Nice on Twitter)
Nicolas Pepe playing for the Ivory Coast (Photo via OGC Nice on Twitter)
  • Ivory Coast 3-1 Guinea – Pepe played 61 minutes and provided an assist.
  • Saudi Arabia 0-0 USA – Turner played 90 minutes, making two saves and one high claim to keep a clean sheet.
  • Switzerland 2-1 Czech Republic – Xhaka played 90 minutes as Switzerland secured their League A status in the Nations League.
  • Norway 0-2 Serbia – Odegaard played 90 minutes and created two chances.
  • Albania 1-1 Iceland – Runarsson played 90 minutes, making three saves, one punch, and one high claim.
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