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Find out every result for Palace internationals over the last break

14 October 2020

Several Crystal Palace players were called up to international duty over the last international break, with Premier League football on pause between October 4-17th.

The below Eagles were in action for their respective countries - with Palace enjoying strong representation over the break.

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14 October 2020

Christian Benteke and Michy Batshuayi - Belgium

8th October: Belgium 1-1 Ivory Coast - Batshuayi scored in the 53rd-minute and Benteke featured for the final 22 minutes

11th October: England 2-1 Belgium - Our striking duo were unused substitutes in the Red Devils' defeat against the Three Lions

14th October: Iceland 1-2 Belgium - Neither Batshuayi nor Benteke played

Wilfried Zaha - Ivory Coast

8th October: Belgium 1-1 Ivory Coast - Zaha earned a penalty which Franck Kessie converted to secure a draw

13th October: Japan 1-0 Ivory Coast - Zaha was not named in the squad

James McCarthy - Republic of Ireland

8th October: Slovakia 0-0 Republic of Ireland - McCarthy played 61 minutes before Slovakia won on penalties

11th October: Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales - McCarthy wasn't part of the matchday squad

14th October: Finland 1-0 Republic of Ireland - McCarthy wasn't part of the matchday squad

Luka Milivojević - Serbia

8th October: Norway 1-2 Serbia - Milivojevic appeared as an 80th-minute substitute and Serbia won in extra time

11th October: Serbia 0-1 Hungary - Our captain played the first-half for his national side

14th October: Turkey 2-2 Serbia - Milivojevic was not named in the squad

Wayne Hennessey - Wales

8th October: England 3-0 Wales - Hennessey played the full game, levelling Neville Southall's record as Wales' most capped goalkeeper (92)

11th October: Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales - a clean sheet and a full 90' for the Eagles 'keeper, who became Wales' most capped shot stopper

14th October: Bulgaria 0-1 Wales - Hennessey sustained an injury in this clash, being substituted in the 79th-minute

Jordan Ayew - Ghana

9th October: Ghana 0-3 Mali - Ayew played the full game alongside brother Andre

12th October: Ghana 5-1 Qatar - Ayew played until the 84th-minute, with Andre bagging a brace

Eberechi Eze - England U21s

7th October: Andorra U21s 3-3 England U21s - Eze claimed an assist for England's second goal

13th October: England U21s 2-1 Turkey U21s - Eze appeared as a 63rd-minute substitute as England secured Euro 2021 qualification

Cheikhou Kouyate - Senegal

9th October: Morocco 3-1 Senegal - Kouyate played 78 minutes, when Dijon's Pape Cheikh Diop Gueye replaced him

13th October: Senegal v Mauritania - match cancelled

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