Thursdays international report:
Heung-Min Son: Son continued his excellent form for Spurs onto the international stage as he played a vital part in today’s 3-2 victory for South Korea over Qatar in a World Cup qualifier. Son who played the full 90 minutes of the game got an assist in the 11th minute of the game to set up Ki Sung-Yong for the opener. With the score level at 2-2, Son scored the winner for South Korea in the 58th minutes in what was yet another excellent performance from the winger.
Josh Onomah: Josh Onomah was an unused substitute for England under 21’s this afternoon, as the young lions defeated Kazakhstan 1-0 in a European under 21 qualifier. Englands victory this afternoon secures them a place at the 2017 European under 21 championships next summer.
Kevin Wimmer: Kevin Wimmer played the full 90 minutes of Austria’s 2-2 draw with Wales this evening in a World Cup qualifier. Wimmer who played the match at left back, unfortunately netted an own goal in stoppage time of the first half.
Ben Davies: Left back Ben Davies was involved against fellow team mate Kevin Wimmer in this evenings two all draw between Wales and Austria, Davies played the game in the centre of defence.
Tomorrow could see the following Spurs players in action for their country:
– Erik Lamela: Argentina v Peru (FIFA World Cup qualifier) Kick-off: 3.15am
– Toby Alderweireld, Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen: Belgium v Bosnia-Herzegovina (FIFA World Cup qualifier) Kick-off: 7.45pm
– Vincent Janssen: Netherlands v Belarus (FIFA World Cup qualifier) kick-off: 7.45pm
– Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko: France v Bulgaria (FIFA World Cup qualifier) kick-off: 7.45pm
– Cameron Carter-Vickers: USA under-20’s v the Netherlands. (four nation mini tournament)
– Kyle Walker- Peters: England under 20’s v Germany. (four nation mini tournament.
– Marcus Edwards: England under 19’s v Croatia. (friendly) kick off: 12 noon
– Jaden Brown, Jon Dinzeyi and Japhet Tanganga: England under 18’s v Sweden (friendly) kick off: 5pm.