Round-up of Crystal Palace, Millwall and Charlton players on international duty

South Londoner Tammy Abraham scored in England’s 5-0 away win against Andorra on Saturday evening.

The Camberwell-born striker scored the Three Lions third goal of the evening after being handed just his seventh England start by former Crystal Palace defender Gareth Southgate.

England are top of their World Cup qualifying group and host Hungary on Tuesday evening at Wembley Stadium.

Crystal Palace defender Joachim Andersen was a second-half substitute in Denmark’s 4-0 win against Moldova, while Jordan Ayew’s Ghana defeated Zimbabwe 3-1 in their World Cup qualifying game.

Cheikhou Kouyate started in Senegal’s 4-1 win against Namibia, to further cement their place at the top of Group H.

Millwall duo George Saville and Daniel Ballard, as well as Charlton Athletic striker Conor Washington, all featured in Northern Ireland’s 2-0 defeat against Switzerland to leave them third in Group C.

Harry Arter was an unused substitute during the Republic of Ireland’s 3-0 win against Azerbaijan, whilst Chris Gunter started in Wales’s 2-2 draw against Czech Republic on Friday evening.

Despite being called up to represent New Zealand, AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Nik Tzanev didn’t feature in the squad as they  beat Curacao 2-1.

 


 

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