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International Watch: March 2021

City had nine players in action for their countries during the March international fixtures.

Below is a list detailing each player called up for international duty and those respective fixtures.

Kasey Palmer and Adrian Mariappa (Jamaica)

  • L 4-1 v USA (friendly). Palmer made his debut for the Reggae Boyz with 86 minutes to his name, while Mariappa took the captain's armband on his 50th international appearance.

Ádám Nagy (Hungary)

Hungary start their qualification campaign for the 2022 finals.

  • D 3-3 v Poland (WCQ). Nagy played the full 90 minutes in this six-goal thriller, receiving a yellow card in the 80th minute.
  • San Marino (WCQ). Nagy was an unused substitute in a 3-0 win for Hungary.
  • Andorra (WCQ). Nagy played an hour before he was substituted in a 4-1 win.

Famara Diédhiou (Senegal)

Senegal's qualification campaign comes to its end.

  • D 0-0 (ACNQ). Diédhiou came on in the 65th minute in the African Cup of Nations qualifier with Congo.
  • Eswatini (ACNQ). Diédhiou played the final eight minutes of the 1-1 draw.

Steven Sessegnon (England U21s)

England Under-21s begin their Euro 2021 finals campaign.

  • L 1-0 v Switzerland. Sessegnon was an unused substitute.
  • Portugal (U21-Euro 2021). Sessegnon came off in the 83rd minute of the Young Lions' 2-0 defeat.
  • Croatia (U-21 Euro 2021) - Sessegnon was introduced in the 89th minute of England's 2-1 win.

Alex Scott (England U18s)

  • Wales (friendly) - The midfielder came on at half-time for England's 2-0 win.

Sam Pearson (Wales U21s)

  • Republic of Ireland (friendly). Pearson came off the bench in the 63rd minute of the Young Dragons' 2-1 defeat.

Harry Leeson and Zac Bell (Wales U18s)

Bell was moved from the Under-17s training camp to join the Under-18s age group.

  • England (friendly) - The pair came off the bench in the 75th minute of Wales' 2-0 defeat.

*WCQ - World Cup Qualifier, ACNQ - Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier.


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