How Arsenal Players Got on During September International Break

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With an abundance of stars in their ranks who play for their national squads, there were a host of Arsenal players who weren’t granted time off over the recent international break.
All the players who took part over the last two weeks were due back at the club on Thursday, with some mixed results falling the way of the Gunners’ stars as they prepare for the return of league football.
Here’s how they got on as they shift their attentions towards Sunday’s Premier League clash with Watford.
Dani Ceballos (Spain)

The midfielder impressed after being handed a start for Spain in their Euro 2020 qualifying clash with Romania. In just his seventh cap for La Roja, Ceballos played 76 minutes and had a prominent role of both of his side’s goals. 
He won the foul that awarded the visitors a first-half penalty, then played a superb defence-splitting pass in the build-up to Paco Alcacer’s goal, which proved to be the winner.
Despite playing well in the hostile atmosphere, he was an unused substitute as Robert Moreno’s men ran out 4-0 winners over the Faroe Islands in their following match.
Lucas Torreira (Uruguay)


It will be an issue of concern for Emery heading into the weekend’s game, as Lucas Torreira was withdrawn before half-time of Uruguay’s 2-1 friendly win over Costa Rica. The midfielder requested to be taken off, in what would appear to be a precaution, as goals from Giorgian De Arrascaeta and Jonathan

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