Many Bundesliga players represented their national teams during the recent international break. Who scored?
Robert Lewandowski (Poland) – scored a hat-trick dismantling the Denmark defense in Warsaw. He also scored goal deep in second-half stoppage time to secure three points for Poland over Armeria, 2-1.
Thomas Muller (Germany) – Thomas Muller scored twice to lead Germany to a comprehensive 3-0 win over the Czech Republic in a World Cup Qualifier.
Arturo Vidal (Chile) – In a crucial World Cup Qualifier against Peru, Vidal scored two goals, including the game-winner in the 85th minute, to secure Chile’s 2-1 victory.
Valentin Stocker (Switzerland) – As a substitute Stocker scored late to help his country beat Hungary 3-2 in Budapest.
Genki Haraguchi (Japan) – Had mixed results for Japan. He scored a first-half goal but gave up a second half penalty against Australia. The teams tied 1-1 in Melbourne.
Marcel Sabitzer (Austria) – scored the opening goal for his country in the 15th minute. However, they ended up losing 3-2 to Serbia.
Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey) – Scored a penalty kick in the 81st minute against Ukraine to secure a point in World Cup Qualifying.
Admir Mehmedi (Switzerland) – Mehemedi set up the first goal for Switzerland when he was taken down in the penalty box. He later scored a goal in the second half to secure the Swiss’s 2-1 victory over Andorra.
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Adam Szalai (Hungary) – Had two goals in a 3-2 home loss versus Switzerland. Also scored a goal in the 77th minute to seal Hungary’s victory over Latvia in World Cup Qualifying
Fabian Schär (Switzerland) – Finished a goal from the penalty spot to help the Swiss beat Andorra 2-1.
Marco Fabian (Mexico) – In a friendly in the United States, Fabian scored to help Mexico defeat New Zealand 2-1.
Alfred Finnbogason (Iceland) – The forward scored Iceland’s second goal on a volley to help his country beat Turkey 2-0.
Dong-Won Ji (South Korea) – After his side had gone down to Qatar in a World Cup Qualifier, Dong-Won Ji finished a lofted ball to bring his team level. The game ended up a 3-2 victory for South Korea .
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Änis Ben-Hatira (Tunisia) – The forward calmly finished an insurance goal to help his country defeat Guinea 2-0 in an African World Cup Qualifier.
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Sambou Yatabare (Mali) – Gave underdog Mali a surprising lead after an 18th-minute strike against the Democratic Republic of Congo. Congo went on to score three goals to take the match.
Filip Kostic (Serbia) – Scored Serbia’s first goal in the 19th minute in their 3-0 World Cup Qualifier match victory over Moldova.
Julian Draxler (Germany) – scored a goal against Northern Ireland in a World Cup Qualifying Group C.