Most importantly, there were no injuries related to Arsenal during the final round of international matches, which were played yesterday and early this morning.

This gives me hope ahead of Sunday’s crucial match against Everton.

Gabriel played the full 90 minutes for Brazil in the tight 1-0 victory over Peru despite having an injury concern after Brazil’s resounding victory over Bolivia.

Prior to being replaced by Gabriel Jesus in the 64th minute, Richarlison, the team’s starting center forward, continued to play in a terrible manner.

When Gabriel Martinelli entered the game for Raphinha in the 85th minute, he also played for a while.

Even though England wasn’t competing in a tough Euro qualifying match, they faced off against Scotland, an old foe, and I began to imagine Kieran Tierney donning a blue face paint impersonation of William Wallace before a tough fight with Longshanks.

Phil Foden, Jude Bellingham, and Harry Kane all scored for England to secure the victory, but there was still time for some friendly banter when Harry Maguire entered the game as a substitute but still managed to score an own goal.

Declan Rice, the club’s Player of the Month for August, and Aaron Ramsdale, who was picked ahead of Jordan Pickford for the friendly game, represented Arsenal.

They both played the full 90 minutes. Bukayo Saka completed 20 minutes after replacing Foden, who had moved to the right wing.

Eddie Nketiah did not receive his fairytale England cap, but I’m sure he enjoyed the opportunity to represent his country.

Even though he is getting older, he still has a lot of work to do at Arsenal if he wants to get another chance like this.

Martin Odegaard of the Vikings joined in on the scoring action by scoring the same kind of goal at the center of the box as Chelsea and Manchester United did at home when Norway played Georgia.

Erling Haaland, a dependable Viking player, scored the game’s opening goal for the Viking Drengrs, who added a second goal from Odegaard.

A late goal from Dudu Zivzivadze ruffled some Norwegian feathers, but the Viking Drengrs managed to hold on for the three points.

Oleksandr Zinchenko played 75 minutes as Ukraine lost to Italy, ending their chances of qualifying for the Euro championship. England leads that group with 13 points, but Italy, Ukraine, and North Macedonia each have seven points, making the final round of qualifying matches a six-pointer.

As Belgium defeated Karl Hein’s Estonia 5-0, Leandro Trossard scored two goals.

The Belgians delivered exactly what I had anticipated in terms of scoring goals.

Trossard completed his shift in 66 minutes before Charles De Ketelaere took his place.

Hansi Flick was fired by Takehiro Tomiyasu and the Japanese Blue Samurai, but the Japanese kept up their impressive play by defeating Turkey 4-2 in the process.

Koki Machida was replaced by Tomiyasu in the 79th minute.

Rudi Voeller finally made his debut as Germany’s interim coach with a victory as the Germans beat France to get back on track.

In the center of the French defense for the full 90 minutes, William Saliba was replaced by Kai Havertz in place of Thomas Mueller in the 64th minute.

Kai Havertz then provided Leroy Sane with the game-winning assist with a beautiful pass.

Hopefully Havertz continues to improve after this with a stronger performance this weekend against Everton.

With the exception of Eddie Nketiah and David Raya, all Arsenal players who were called up received crucial game time and fitness improvement, and they will be expected to report back to London Colney to get ready for the start of two other tournaments, with Champions League and Carabao Cup football taking center stage alongside the reliable Premier League football.

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