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      16.11.2019 11:00 - in: Other S

      Seven players on international duty last night

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      Four games featured seven Bianconeri players last night in a hectic evening of international duty around the world.

      It was a packed house last night for our men that don the black and white strip for our beloved Juve, but yesterday evening saw seven of our first team squad take to the pitch for their respectve home countries that they compete for alongside the Bianconeri.

      In our first of two head to heads, we saw Brazil take on Argentina which was decided by a Lionel Messi winner, early on in the match. It only took 14 minutes for the Barcelona player to get on the scoresheet. The final score of the match remained 0-1 as Argentina took the win. Paulo Dybala did not play last night however Brazil's Alex Sandro and Danilo both got run-outs for their side.

      The second and last head to head was Bosnia and Herzegovina in competition against Italy. Miralem Pjanic, Federico Bernardeschi and Leonardo Bonucci all played in the match. Italy cruised to a 0-3 decisive win which takes the Italians to 10 consecutive victories in a row.

      Next up, Rodrigo Bentancur featured in the midfield for Uruguay as they dispatched Hungary 1-2 in their international friendly and finally, Juan Cuadrado played in Colombia's 1-0 win over Peru.

      Tonight sees Aaron Ramsey and Walse take on Azerbaijan. Wojciech Szczęsny goes in goal for Poland against Israel. Finally, Matthijs de Ligt will lead the Dutch defence against Northern Ireland. Good luck to our three Bianconeri!

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