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Internationals: Saturday night's results

Published on 28 March 2021 at 12:06 PM
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Three Lyon players were on the pitch on Saturday with their respective countries, playing in 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

The Netherlands are back to winning ways -- a few days after their surprise defeat against Turkey, Memphis and his teammates made up for it by winning 2-0 against Latvia in the second round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. The Lyon captain played 89 minutes and had an assist.

 

 

There was, however, less success for the other two OL players in action this Saturday evening. Anthony Lopes played the entire match between Portugal and Serbia. The contest finished with two goals apiece, with a goal denied to Cristiano Ronaldo at the last second. For his part, Jason Denayer, once again starting in a three-man defense, and Belgium were held to a 1-1 draw by the Czech Republic, who had taken the lead at the start of the second half.

 

Jason Denayer's reaction:

We had a little trouble building play up from the back. We'll take it as a lesson. It's important to play against opponents like this. It was a tough match. We didn’t play our game and had trouble going forward.

 

 

Wednesday, March 24

18:00: Turkey - Netherlands (Memphis) 4-2 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: France (Léo Dubois) - Ukraine 1-1 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Portugal (Anthony Lopes) - Azerbaijan 1-0 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Belgium (Jason Denayer) - Wales 3-1 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

 

Thursday, March 25

20:00: Zambia - Algeria (Islam Slimani, Djamel Benlamri) 3-3 – 2022 AFCON Qualifying

 

Saturday, March 27

18:00: Netherlands (Memphis) – Latvia 2-0 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Serbia – Portugal (Anthony Lopes) 2-2 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Czech Republic – Belgium (Jason Denayer) 1-1 – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

 

Sunday, March 28

15:00: Kazakhstan – France (Léo Dubois) – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

 

Monday, March 29

21:00: Algeria (Islam Slimani, Djamel Benlamri) – Botswana – 2022 AFCON Qualifying 

 

Tuesday, March 30

20:45: Gibraltar – Netherlands (Memphis) – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Luxembourg – Portugal (Anthony Lopes) – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

20:45: Belgium (Jason Denayer) – Belarus – 2022 World Cup Qualifying

 

Wednesday, March 31

20:45: Bosnia-Herzegovina – France (Léo Dubois) – 2022 World Cup Qualifying