Last night, both Emre Can and Paulo Dybala were in action for their respective nations in the friendly outing between Germany and Argentina at Westfalenstadion.
The two Juventus players started from the first minute, with Can forming part of a three-man defensive line for the 2014 World Cup winners, while La Joya slotted behind Inter’s Lautaro Martinez in attack.
The outing in Dortmund finished all square, with both teams scoring two goals apiece. Germany went 2-0 up in the first half through Gnabry and Havertz, before two goals in the final 30 minutes of the game saw Argentina pull level through Alario and Ocampos.
Can featured for the full 90 minutes for Germany, while Dybala came off as a substitute.
Tonight, de Ligt (Holland vs Nothern Ireland), Szczesny (Latvia vs Poland) and Alex Sandro (Brazil vs Sengal) will all be in action for their respective nations.