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Find out every result for Palace's international players

3 July 2019

A whole host of Crystal Palace players have been called up for international duty to represent their respective countries in clashes on the global stage over recent weeks.

In addition to call-ups for Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke and Cheikhou Kouyate, Wayne Hennessey and Patrick van Aanholt also received the nod to join squads competing in international clashes during the summer.

At AFCON, Palace are well represented with Zaha and Kouyate both featuring for their country. Each Eagle has played, with Zaha netting for Ivory Coast and Kouyate captaining Senegal.

Here is the full list of every Eagle named for their national side and what clashes they could or have featured in.

Christian Benteke - Belgium (Euro 2020 qualifiers)

3-0 v Kazakhstan - 8th June, 7.45pm (Unused substitute)

3-0 v Scotland - 11th June, 7.45pm (Unused substitute)

Cheikhou Kouyate - Senegal (AFCON)

2-0 Tanzania - 23rd June, 6pm (23rd-minute substitute)

0-1 Algeria - 27th June, 6pm (Played full game at centreback)

3-0 Kenya - 1st July, 8pm (Played full game at centreback)

1-0 Uganda - 5th July, 8pm (Played full game at centreback)

1-0 Benin - 10th July, 5pm (Played full game at centreback)

1-0 Tunisia - 14th July, 5pm (Played full game at centreback)

Wilfried Zaha - Ivory Coast (AFCON)

1-0 South Africa - 24th June, 3.30pm (69th-minute substitute)

0-1 Morocco - 28th June, 6pm (Unused substitute)

4-1 Namibia - 1st July, 5pm (Played full game, scored 84th minute)

1-0 Mali - 8th July, 5pm (Played full game, scored 76th minute)

1-1 (3-4) Algeria - 11th July, 5pm (Played until 94th minute)

Wayne Hennessey - Wales (Euro 2020 qualifiers) 

1-2 Croatia - 8th June, 2pm (Played full game)

0-1 Hungary - 11th June, 7.45pm (Played full game)

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Patrick van Aanholt - Netherlands (Nations League)

3-1 England - 6th June, 7.45pm (Unused substitute)

Loanees (at the time of playing)

Michy Batshuayi - Belgium (Euro 2020 qualifiers)

3-0 Kazakhstan - 8th June, 7.45pm (72nd-minute substitute)

3-0 Scotland - 11th June, 7.45pm (Unused substitute)

First Team

Wilfried Zaha bags in Ivory Coast's 4-1 storm

2 July 2019

Jordan Ayew - Ghana (AFCON)

2-2 Benin - 25th June, 9pm (Played full game, scored 42nd minute)

0-0 Cameroon - 29th June, 6pm (Played full game)

Lucas Perri - Brazil Under-23s (Maurice Revello tournament)

4-0 France - 5th June, 6.30pm (Played full game)

5-0 Qatar - 8th June, 4.30pm (Unused substitute)

2-0 Republic of Ireland - 12th June, 4.30pm (Unused substitute)

1-1 (5-4) Japan - 15th June, 3pm (Unused substitute)

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