Last international games, with only Gaku taking part

15/10/2019 23:00

Yesterday there was a fixture for the branquiazul internationals: Gaku, Montero and Lampropoulos.

Only the Japanese player took part, while the Spaniard and the Greek watched their matches from the bench.

All of them are already traveling back to A Coruña to join the branquiazul lines in the next few days.

Gaku also played a full match in Tajikistan

Gaku Shibasaki faced Mongolia and Tajikistan with Japan in the qualifying matches for the 2022 Qatar World Cup and the 2023 China Asian Cup.

Yesterday, the Japanese team beat Tajikistan at the Central Republic Stadium in the capital Dusambé (0-3). Gaku played the entire game.

The first of these fixtures, against Mongolia, was played at the Saitama Stadium in Japan on Thursday 10 October. Gaku started and participated in the 90 minutes of Japan's 6-0 win.

Montero on the bench in the U21 match in Montenegro

The Spanish U21 team counted on Javi Montero for two games.

Yesterday, the team visited Montenegro (0-2) in Podgorica, in a clash to qualify for the European Championship of the category.

The defender was on the bench for 90 minutes.

On Thursday 10 October in Cordoba, Spain drew against Germany (1-1) in a friendly, in which the last two European champions of the category faced each other.

Montero jumped onto the field in the 73rd minute replacing Aitor Buñuel, already with 1-1 on the scoreboard, which would be the end result.

Lampropoulos, without minutes in Athens against Bosnia Herzegovina

Vasileios Lampropoulos was summoned by Johnny van't Schip for two games with the Greek team.

The fixtures are qualifiers for Euro 2020, within group J.

The second fixture for Greece was yesterday against Bosnia Herzegovina in Athens. The Greek squad, with Lampropoulos on the bench, won by the minimum (2-1).

Last Saturday 12 October, the Greeks lost against Italy in Rome (2-0). The branquiazul centreback watched the game from the bench and did not jump onto the field.

Víctor Mollejo opened the score with Spain U19 against Serbia in the Belgrade Qualifying Championship

Victor Mollejo played the Mini Belgrade Qualifying Championship (Serbia) with the Spanish U19, with whom he achieved a pass to the Elite Round.

The third and last fixture was last Monday against the host Serbia at the FA Serbia Center, in Stara Pazova. The striker opened the score in the 7th minute in a game that ended with a clear Spanish victory (0-4).

Mollejo was taken off in minute 54, already 0-3, for Cedric Wilfried.

The second fixture for Spain was on Friday 11 against Romania at the FK Rad Stadium in Belgrade. The Spanish team won by 1 goal to 0, thanks to a goal by Borja Sainz in a clash in which the Dépor player started and was taken off in minute 90 for Juan Miguel Latasa.

Spain's first rival was Lithuania on Tuesday 8, which they defeated (2-0). Mollejo watched the clash from the bench and did not jump onto the field.

Spain's results in this championship were as follows:

Tuesday 8 October

Friday 11 October

Monday 14 October