Parma, 17 November 2021 –Following the break, here are the main facts pertaining to our players, who have been away on international duty:

Young Botond came on just before the final whistle against San Marino to make his debut with the Hungary first team. Head coach Marco Rossi had previously called him in October for the match against England at Wembley. Balogh was then called back to the Under-21s for their match in Israel (3-0 loss), in which Balogh was sent off for a second bookable offence.

He scored three goals in two games with the Under-21 team: two against Germany (in 69 minutes played) and one against Latvia. Benek now has a total of four goals in six matches for Poland U21.

One game and one goal for Dennis in World Cup qualifying. He played 73 minutes against Liechtenstein and scored his third goal for his country in 13 games.

Yordan played the full 90 for the Vinotinto against both Ecuador and Peru in World Cup qualifying. Venezuela lost both matches.

Switzerland U21 won both of their matches in the international window in qualifying for Euro 2023: 3-0 vs. Moldova and 1-0 vs. Wales. Simon featured in both games, playing 45 minutes in the former and the full 90 in the latter. He also captained his team against Wales.

Martin played in two matches in goal for Slovenia U21 against Albania and the Czech Republic in European qualifying. In 180 minutes, Turk conceded just the one goal in the draw against the Czechs (the first match ended 3-0 to Slovenia).

Vasileios made two appearances for Greece U21 in qualifying for Euro 2023. The defender played 180 minutes in the games against Belarus and Iceland (with a booking in the second).