A host of Chelsea players were called up by their respective national teams as we head into the last international break of the season.
Chelsea in-form star Willian was called up for Brazil’s friendlies away to Russia on Friday and Germany next Tuesday.
Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois and Michy Batshuayi were called up for Belgium’s friendly at home to Saudi Arabia next Tuesday.
Chelsea young defender Andreas Christensen will represent Denmark in friendlies against Panama on Thursday and Chile next Tuesday.
Victor Moses, Ola Aina and Kenneth Omeruo were called up for Nigeria’s friendlies away to Poland on Friday and against Serbia at Hive Stadium, London, next Tuesday.
Willy Caballero would be part of the Argentina squad that will play friendlies against Italy on Friday and Spain next Tuesday.
Toni Rudiger was called up for Germany’s friendlies at home to Spain on Friday and Brazil next Tuesday.
N’Golo Kante and Olivier Giroud would be part of the France squad that would play friendlies against Colombia on Friday and Russia next Tuesday.
Davide Zappacosta was called up for Italy’s friendlies against Argentina at the Etihad Stadium on Friday, and away to England next Tuesday.
Alvaro Morata wasn’t called up by Spain but Chelsea duo of Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso were called up by Spain for friendlies against Germany on Friday and Argentina next Tuesday.
Tomas Kalas, on loan at Fulham, was called up for Czech Republic’s friendlies against Uruguay on Friday and China next Monday.
Matt Miazga, on loan at Vitesse, would be part of the USA squad that will face Paraguay in an international friendly next Wednesday.
Mario Pasalic, on loan at Spartak Moscow, was called up by Croatia for friendlies against Peru on Friday and Mexico next Tuesday.