A look at how Barça's international players fared

A look at how Barça's international players fared

This is what happened when the culés played for their national teams

International matches have come to an end and those Barça players who participated will shortly join the training sessions under Ronald Koeman's orders. Before then, however, we review how each of them fared:

Lenglet: The defender didn't play a minute in France's victory against Sweden (0-1), but played the 90 minutes in the 4-2 win against Croatia.

Griezmann: A starter for France who played the 90 minutes against Sweden, and who scored a goal in the French victory against Croatia. A goal that began the world champion's comeback in the second of the Nations League matches.

Sergio: The Barça midfielder played 56 minutes in Spain's draw against Germany (1-1). In the match against Ukraine, he didn't play at all. Both matches correspond to the Nations League.

Ansu Fati: The young culé striker made his senior debut against Germany and became the second youngest to do so. He started against Ukraine, won an early penalty and scored to make it 3-0 which meant he became the youngest scorer in the Spanish team at 17 years and 311 days.

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Braithwaite: The Danish forward played 72 minutes in Denmark's defeat against Belgium (0-2) and 82 minutes in the goalless draw against England, meaning his national team remain third in their group.

Trincão: One of Barça's new recruits played 12 minutes in Portugal's victory over Croatia (4-1).

Semedo: The full-back didn't play a minute in either of Portugal's two matches.

De Jong: Started and played the full 90 minutes in the Netherlands' two games in the Nations League, against Poland (1-0) and against Italy (0-1).

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Rei Manaj: A starter in the two Albania games, in which he played almost 90 minutes in both; the win against Belarus (0-2) and the loss to Lithuania (0-1).

Riqui Puig: The Barça midfielder made his debut for the Spanish U21 team against Macedonia,  in a qualifying match for the U21 European Championship, and played the entire 90 minutes.

Aleñá: A starter in the Macedonia v Spain U21 game, playing 55 minutes.


Pedri: Made his debut for the Spanish U21 team against Macedonia, coming on with 20 minutes to play.

Miranda: The Barça defender played the 90 minutes in the Spanish U21 team's win against Macedonia (0-1).

Iñaki Peña: He didn't play at all for the Spanish U21 team.

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