International break: Fifteen PSG players left for selection

International break: Fifteen PSG players left for selection

Along with Leo Messi and Leandro Parades, Angel Di Maria is part of a group of Parisian players who have joined Argentina, but unlike his two teammates, he is not injured. Brazil’s two matches against Colombia on Friday 12 November at 1:30 am (French time) will therefore no doubt affect Neymar and Marquinhos against Argentina. Keeler Navas also made an Atlantic voyage for Costa Rica’s two matches against Canada (Saturday, November 13, 3:05 am 3:05 am) and Honduras (Wednesday, November 17, Wednesday, 2:05 am).

On the African continent, within the framework of Qatar’s World Cup qualifiers, Senegal’s Idris Guy will face Sudan on Friday 12 (8pm) and Guinea on Tuesday 16th (8pm). Togo (Thursday 11, 8pm) and then to Congo (Sunday 2, 8pm). Abdu Diallo has been ruled out due to a Covid-19 injury.

Embappe with the Blues

Finally in Europe, in addition to summoning Kylian Mbabane with the Blues for matches against Kazakhstan (Saturday 13, 8:45 pm) and Finland (Tuesday 16, 8:45 pm), Thilo Kehrer and Julian Drockzler will be with Germany. Highly affordable prices against Liechtenstein (Thursday 11, 8:45 pm), Armenia (Sunday 2, 6 pm), Switzerland (Friday 12, 8:45 pm) and Gianluigi Donnarumma with Italy to shock from the top of the table. Travel to Northern Ireland (Monday 15, 8.45pm).

Georgino Vijnaldam will lead the Netherlands against Montenegro (Saturday 13, 8:45 p.m.) and Norway (Tuesday 16, 8:45 p.m.). Finally, Portugal are expected to face Nuno Mendes, Danilo Pereira and Air (Thursday 11, 8.45pm) and Serbia (Sunday 14, 8.45pm). Marco Verratti (hip), Presnell Kimbebe (hamstrings) and Sergio Ramos remain in Paris to treat their injuries or improve their physical condition.

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