Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho (l.) grabbed an assist on his first senior start for England as he helped the Three Lions get the better of teammate Christian Pulisic (l.) and the USA at Wembley. - © gettyimages / Catherine Ivill/Getty Images
Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho (l.) grabbed an assist on his first senior start for England as he helped the Three Lions get the better of teammate Christian Pulisic (l.) and the USA at Wembley. - © gettyimages / Catherine Ivill/Getty Images
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Bundesliga soccer players on international duty: call-ups for Germany, USA, England, France and more

Borussia Dortmund stars Jadon Sancho and Christian Pulisic faced off at Wembley as England beat the USA, while Manuel Neuer led a seven-man Bayern Munich contingent in the Germany squad as they eased past Russia. bundesliga.com brings you the full breakdown of all the action involving Germany-based players during the November international break…

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Austria

15 November 2018, Austria 0-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina

No fewer than eight Germany-based players featured as Austria were held to a stalemate at home to Bosnia-Herzegovina, who won promotion to League A.

18 November 2018, Northern Ireland 1-2 Austria

Hertha's Valentino Lazaro scored a superb injury-time winner as Austria finished their League B campaign on a high. Bayern's David Alaba was involved in the opener, with a further six Bundesliga players also getting a run-out.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: David Alaba (Bayern Munich), Aleksandar Dragovic (Leverkusen), Martin Hinteregger (Augsburg), Kevin Wimmer (Hannover), Stefan Ilsanker (Leipzig), Julian Baumgartlinger (Leverkusen), Konrad Laimer (Leipzig), Florian Kainz (Bremen), Valentino Lazaro (Hertha), Marcel Sabitzer (Leipzig), Louis Schaub (Cologne), Alessandro Schöpf (Schalke), Guido Burgstaller (Schalke), Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg)

Florian Grillitsch (Hoffenheim) withdrew due to a toe injury.

Belgium 

15 November 2018, Belgium 2-0 Iceland

Axel Witsel and Thorgan Hazard both played the full 90 minutes as Belgium closed on a place in the Nations League finals with their third win in as many games in Group A2. Both goals came courtesy of former Dortmund striker Michy Batshuayi.

18 November 2018, Switzerland 5-2 Belgium

Belgium missed out on a place in the Nations League Finals, despite taking the lead through Gladbach forward Thorgan Hazard's first-half brace.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Koen Casteels (Wolfsburg), Thorgan Hazard (Gladbach), Axel Witsel (Dortmund)

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Bosnia-Herzegovina

15 November 2018, Austria 0-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Haris Duljevic played 79 minutes as Bosnia-Herzegovina secured their promotion to Nations League A with a goalless draw in Vienna. Ermin Bicakcic was an unused substitute.

18 November 2018, Spain 1-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Hoffenheim's Ermin Bicakcic played the full 90 minutes of Bosnia & Herzegovina's friendly defeat in Gran Canaria.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Ermin Bicakcic (Hoffenheim), Haris Duljevic (Dresden) 

Croatia 

15 November 2018, Croatia 3-2 Spain

Andrej Kramaric gave Croatia the lead in a must-win Nations League clash with Spain, who had thrashed them 6-0 in the reverse fixture. Tin Jedvaj then grabbed a sensational brace - including a dramatic injury-time winner - as the World Cup runners-up snatched victory to keep their hopes of reaching the finals alive.

18 November 2018, England 2-1 Croatia

Tin Jedvaj, Ante Rebic and Andrej Kramaric all started the game against England in UEFA Nations League A. Josip Brekalo came on as a half-time substitute for Rebic, and Kramaric even scored the equaliser before England won the game late on.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Tin Jedvaj (Leverkusen), Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim), Ante Rebic (Frankfurt) , Josip Brekalo (Wolfsburg)

Czech Republic 

15 November 2018, Poland 0-1 Czech Republic

Werder Bremen keeper Jiri Pavlenka kept Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski quiet as the Czech Republic grabbed local bragging rights over their neighbours Poland in a friendly in Gdansk. Pavel Kaderabek also started while Vladimir Darida and Theodor Gebre Selassie came off the bench in the second half.

19 November 2018, Czech Republic 1-0 Slovakia

Kaderabek played the full 90 minutes and Gebre Selassie was again a second-half substitute as the Czechs rounded out their Nations League campaign with victory over Slovakia, although they had to settle for second place in Group B1 behind Ukraine.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Jiri Pavlenka, Theodor Gebre Selassie (Bremen), Pavel Kaderabek (Hoffenheim), Vladimir Darida (Hertha Berlin)

Denmark 

16 November 2018, Wales 1-2 Denmark

Thomas Delaney and Yussuf Poulsen played all 90 minutes as Denmark earned a huge win over Wales to win promotion from Group B4. Frederik Rönnow was an unused substitute.

19 November 2018, Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

Delaney and Poulsen played the full game but the already-promoted Danes were unable to find a way past the winless Republic of Ireland in their final Nations League encounter.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Thomas Delaney (Dortmund), Yussuf Poulsen (Leipzig), Frederik Rönnow (Frankfurt) 

England 

15 November 2018, England 3-0 USA

Jadon Sancho celebrated his first start for England by providing Trent Alexander-Arnold with an assist in a comfortable friendly win over the USA and BVB teammate Christian Pulisic.

18 November 2018, England 2-1 Croatia

Sancho came on as a late substitute in his third appearance for England, helping to seal the Three Lions' place in the Finals of the Nations League in Portugal next summer.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Jadon Sancho (Dortmund) 

Finland

15 November 2018, Greece 0-1 Finland

Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky was unable to prevent Finland suffering their first defeat in Group C2, but the Scandinavians still secured promotion thanks to their superior head-to-head over Greece, the only team who could have overhauled them.

18 November 2018, Hungary 2-0 Finland

With Finland already promoted, Leverkusen stopper Lukas Hradecky was rested for this final Nations League outing in Budapest.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Lukas Hradecky (Leverkusen)

France

16 November 2018, Netherlands 2-0 France

French pair Benjamin Pavard and Alassane Plea could not confirm France's place in the finals of the Nations League as they came unstuck against the Netherlands. Pavard played the full 90 minutes while Plea continues to wait on his international debut.

20 November 2018, France 1-0 Uruguay

Plea won his first France cap as he came on as a late substitute in France's friendly win over Uruguay in Paris. Pavard played the full 90 minutes as it finished 1-0 to the world champions.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Benjamin Pavard (Stuttgart), Alassane Plea (Gladbach)

16 November 2018, Slovakia 4-1 Ukraine - © gettyimages / Valerio Pennicino

Germany

15 November 2018, Germany 3-0 Russia

Niklas Süle scored his first international goal for Germany in a comfortable friendly win over Russia in Leipzig, while Serge Gnabry improved his record to four goals in four outings for Die Mannschaft. Former Schalke winger Leroy Sane also opened his account in a 3-0 win.

19 November 2018, Germany 2-2 Netherlands

Timo Werner and Sane put Germany in the driving seat with two goals in the first 20 minutes in Gelsenkirchen, but the Netherlands struck twice in the closing stages to snatch a place in the Nations League Finals.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Mats Hummels, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer (c), Niklas Süle (Bayern), Julian Brandt, Jonathan Tah, Kai Havertz (Leverkusen), Matthias Ginter (Gladbach), Sebastian Rudy (Schalke), Nico Schulz (Hoffenheim), Kevin Trapp (Frankfurt), Timo Werner (Leipzig), Jonas Hector (Cologne), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund)

Hungary 

15 November 2018, Hungary 2-0 Estonia

RB Leipzig captain Willi Orban, who switched his allegiance to Hungary last month, netted a first international goal for his father's homeland in their Nations League win against Estonia, with Adam Szalai grabbing a second on 69 minutes. The Hungarians can no longer be promoted or relegated from League C.

18 November 2018, Hungary 2-0 Finland

Hoffenheim's Szalai struck again as a Hungary team including Leipzig duo Orban and Peter Gulacsi got the better of group winners Finland.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Peter Gulacsi, Willi Orban (Leipzig), Adam Szalai (c) (Hoffenheim) 

Iceland 

15 November 2018, Belgium 2-0 Iceland

The in-form Alfred Finnbogason got injured in the warm-up and Rurik Gislason was an unused substitute as Iceland, who had already been relegated to League B, fell to a 2-0 defeat in Brussels.

19 November 2018, Qatar 2-2 Iceland

Gislason started and stayed on the pitch for 75 minutes as Iceland played out a friendly draw with Qatar in the Belgian city of Eupen.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Alfred Finnbogason (Augsburg), Rurik Gislason (Sandhausen)

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Israel

15 November 2018, Israel 7-0 Guatemala

Taleb Tawatha joined the party as Israel walloped Guatemala in a friendly at the aptly named Winner Stadium in Netanya. The Frankfurt left-back got his country's second as they warmed up for next week's Nations League clash with Scotland in style.

20 November 2018, Scotland 3-2 Israel

Tawatha played 85 minutes but was unable to help Israel get the better of Scotland in Glasgow, as the visitors took top spot and promotion in Group C1.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Taleb Tawatha (Frankfurt) 

Kosovo

17 November 2018, Malta 0-5 Kosovo

Werder Bremen winger Milot Rashica scored for the second game running as Kosovo made short work of Malta in Ta' Qali. The 22-year-old notched a late fifth from distance as his side remained top of Group D3.

20 November 2018, Kosovo 4-0 Azerbaijan

Rashica played 74 minutes as Kosovo eased past Azerbaijan in Pristina to ensure promotion to League C. Leart Paqarada was an unused substitute.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Milot Rashica (Bremen), Leart Paqarada (Sandhausen)

Luxembourg 

15 November 2018, Luxembourg 0-2 Belarus

Leandro Barreiro and Tim Kips were unused substitutes as Luxembourg's hopes of promotion from Group D2 were dealt a blow by a home defeat against new group leaders Belarus.

18 November 2018, Moldova 1-1 Luxembourg

Barreiro started and Kips was an unused substitute as Luxembourg drew 1-1 in Chisinau in their final Nations League game, finishing second behind Belarus in Group D2.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Leandro Barreiro (Mainz), Tim Kips (Magdeburg)

Norway 

16 November 2018, Slovenia 1-1 Norway

Rune Jarstein and Havard Nordtveit played the full 90 minutes as Norway earned a 1-1 draw in Slovenia, while Iver Fossum was an unused substitute.

19 November 2018, Cyprus 0-2 Norway

Hertha keeper Jarstein kept a clean sheet as Norway secured promotion from Group C3 with a 2-0 win in Nicosia. Nordtveit also played the full game, while Fossum was substituted off at half-time with the visitors a goal to the good.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Iver Fossum (Hannover), Rune Jarstein (Hertha), Havard Nordtveit (Hoffenheim)

Poland 

15 November 2018, Poland 0-1 Czech Republic

Poland didn't enjoy the best warm-up for their Nations League clash with Portugal as they were beaten by their Czech neighbours in a friendly in Gdansk. Captain Robert Lewandowski led the line but the Bayern frontman was unable to find a way past Werder Bremen keeper Jiri Pavlenka as it finished 1-0. Marcin Kaminski also started for the hosts while Jakub Blaszczykowski was a second-half substitute.

20 November 2018, Portugal 1-1 Poland

Lewandowski was forced to pull out with injury, while Blaszczykowski and Kaminski stayed on the bench as relegated Poland drew 1-1 with Group A3 winners Portugal in their final Nations League outing.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Jakub Blaszczykowski (Wolfsburg), Marcin Kaminski (Fortuna), Robert Lewandowski (c) (Bayern)

Robert Lewandowski pulled out with a knee injury after the Czech Republic game.

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CONMEBOL

Argentina

16 November 2018, Argentina 2-0 Mexico

Santiago Ascacibar was an unused substitute as Argentina beat Mexico in their friendly match.

20 November 2018, Argentina 2-0 Mexico

Ascacibar made his first start on the international stage before being brought off in the 55th minute, as Argentina did the double over Mexico with a second consecutive 2-0 win.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Santiago Ascacibar (Stuttgart)

Brazil

16 November 2018, Brazil 1-0 Uruguay

Hannover's Walace played all 90 minutes for Brazil as they beat Uruguay 1-0 in a friendly in London.

20 November 2018, Brazil 1-0 Cameroon

Walace came on as a second-half substitute as Brazil grabbed their second friendly win of the week, edging Cameroon in Milton Keynes.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Walace (Hannover)

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CAF

Cameroon

16 November 2018, Morocco 2-0 Cameroon

Pierre Kunde couldn't help Cameroon beat Morocco, but he did play 82 minutes of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Cameroon are already qualified as tournament hosts.

20 November 2018, Brazil 1-0 Cameroon

Kunde started again and played 76 minutes for the Indomitable Lions as they fell to their second defeat in five days, this time in a friendly against Brazil in the UK.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Pierre Kunde (Mainz)

Cote d'Ivoire

18 November 2018, Guinea 1-1 Cote d'Ivoire

Jean-Philippe Gbamin played all 90 minutes for Ivory Coast in their 1-1 draw with Guinea as both nations sealed Africa Cup of Nations qualification from Group H.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Jean-Philippe Gbamin (Mainz)

DR Congo

18 November 2018, Congo 1-1 DR Congo

Wolfsburg's Marcel Tisserand played the first half of DR Congo's Cup of Nations qualifier against Congo as they kept alive their hopes of progressing from Group G.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Marcel Tisserand (Wolfsburg)

Gambia

17 November 2018, Gambia 3-1 Benin

Baboucarr Gaye was an unused substitute for Gambia as they picked up their first win of Africa Cup of Nations qualifying, keeping alive their slim hopes of reaching the tournament.

Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Baboucarr Gaye (Bielefeld)

Guinea

18 November 2018, Guinea 1-1 Cote d'Ivoire

Simon Falette was an unused substitute for Guinea as they drew 1-1 with Ivory Coast to qualify for the Cup of Nations.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Simon Falette (Frankfurt)

Morocco

16 November 2018, Morocco 2-0 Cameroon

Achraf Hakimi played all 90 minutes as Morocco secured their place at the Africa Cup of Nations with a win over tournament hosts Cameroon. Amine Harit was an unused substitute.

20 November 2018, Tunisia 0-1 Morocco

Hakimi came on as a second-half substitute and Harit stayed on the bench as Morocco edged Tunisia in a friendly in Rades.

Bundesliga players in the squad: Achraf Hakimi (Dortmund), Amine Harit (Schalke)

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CONCACAF

Mexico

16 November 2018, Argentina 2-0 Mexico

Marco Fabian played the first half of Mexico's friendly defeat to Argentina.

20 November 2018, Argentina vs. Mexico

Bundesliga players in the squad: Marco Fabian (Frankfurt)

Trinidad and Tobago

15 November 2018, Iran 1-0 Trinidad and Tobago

Joevin Jones played 72 minutes as the Caribbean island nation were narrowly beaten in a friendly in Tehran.

Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: Joevin Jones (Darmstadt)

USA

15 October 2018, England 3-0 USA

Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie, John Brooks, Bobby Wood and Julian Green all started for the USA at Wembley, but after falling behind to two quickfire goals in the first half, the Stars and Stripes could find no way back, eventually succumbing to a 3-0 reverse.

20 October 2018, Italy 1-0 USA

Pulisic and Sargent both started while Wood came off the bench for the USA, who looked set to claim a friendly draw in Genk until Italy conjured up a 94th-minute winner.

Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 players in the squad: John Brooks (Wolfsburg), Bobby Wood (Hannover), Josh Sargent (Bremen), Christian Pulisic (Dortmund), Weston McKennie (Schalke), Jonathan Klinsmann (Hertha), Julian Green (Greuther Fürth)