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International Round-Up: October 2023

Find out how Pompey's players fared for their countries

18 October 2023

Regan Poole

We take a look at how Pompey players fared during the recent round of international fixtures.

Regan Poole
The centre-back won his first senior cap for Wales in a comfortable 4-0 friendly victory over Gibraltar in Wrexham.

Pompey's summer signing played the full 90 minutes and was one of four debutants to start the clash with the European minnows.

Kieffer Moore netted twice for Robert Page's side and Ben Davies and Nathan Broadhead were also on target, while former Blues midfielder Liam Walker featured for the visitors.

Wales then reignited their hopes of qualifying automatically for Euro 2024 with a 2-1 success against Croatia, with Poole among the substitutes.

Terry Devlin
The summer signing made two more appearances for Northern Ireland's under-21 side as part of their qualifying campaign for the 2025 European Championship.

He came off the bench in a 1-0 win in Azerbaijan before starting a narrow defeat to Serbia back on home soil.

Haji Mnoga
The defender – who is currently on loan at Aldershot – won another cap for Tanzania in their 1-1 friendly draw in Sudan.

The Taifa Stars are preparing for January's Africa Cup of Nations, which they have reached for just the third time in the competition's history.

Paddy Lane
The winger was included in the Northern Ireland squad from the outset, having been a late replacement for September's matches.

He was named on the bench for a 3-0 Euro 2024 qualifying win over San Marino and a 1-0 loss to Slovenia, but did not get on the pitch in either match.

Alex Robertson
The on-loan Manchester City midfielder was invited to join the Australia squad for training, but did not feature in their London friendlies against England and New Zealand.

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