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11/18/2018

CRYSTAL PALACE'S PLAYERS THIS WEEK ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY…


It has been a mixed week so far for Crystal Palace's players away on international duty.
It has been a mixed week so far for Crystal Palace's players away on international duty.

Ten Palace players are currently away with their countries during the international break, with six players from the first team and four from the Eagles' academy.
Palace academy midfielder Will Donkin played 34 minutes of his side's 2-1 defeat against Hong Kong on Sunday, with a late Chung Wai Keung goal securing victory for Hong Kong.
Chinese Taipei bounced back on Tuesday with a 2-1 win against Mongolia, with Will Donkin again coming off the bench, with 18 minutes to go.

Wednesday, November 14

England U19s 4-0 Moldova U19s

Palace teenager Nya Kirby came on as a substitute on 70 minutes as England's U19 side kicked off their Euro 2019 qualification tournament in Turkey with a comfortable win.

Kirby came on with the score at 2-0, following goals from Conor Gallagher and Danny Loader, with Bukayo Saka and Steven Sessegnon completing the victory with further strikes.

Northern Ireland U19s 0-0 Poland U19s

Palace goalkeeper Oliver Webber was an unused substitute as Northern Ireland started their campaign with a goalless draw.

Croatia U20s 3-1 Belarus U20s

Eagles defender Nikola Tavares was involved for Croatia's U20 side as they defeated Belarus in the friendly.

Tavares came on in the 72nd minute to help his team claim the win.

Friday, November 16

Chinese Taipei 0-2 North Korea

Will Donkin played 35 minutes of the game as Chinese Taipei lost out 2-0 in a must-win game.

Donkin came on with the score at 1-0, with North Korea adding a second to end Chinese Taipei's hopes in the East Asian Championships.

Holland 2-0 France

Crystal Palace defenders Patrick van Aanholt and Mamadou Sakho were not involved in the UEFA Nations League clash in Rotterdam.

Van Aanholt was not in the Dutch squad for the game, while Sakho was an unused substitute for World Champions France as their 15-game unbeaten run was ended by Ronald Koeman's side.



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