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Manchester United international round-up: Game two

All the action from the second round of international games during the September break.

Manchester United have 17 senior players on international duty this month. 101GreatGoals takes a look at how all 17 got one during the second set of matches.

Lisandro Martinez – Missed the break due to injury.

Alejandro Garnacho – Played nine minutes in a 3-0 win over Bolivia.

Casemiro – Made one key pass and had an 83 per cent passing accuracy in a 1-0 win over Peru.

Andre Onana – Kept a clean sheet and made seven saves in a 2-0 win over Burundi.

Christian Eriksen – Completed 90 minutes in the no.10 role vs Finland. Eriksen made four key passes in the 1-0 win.

Harry Maguire – Came on at half-time vs Scotland and scored an own goal.

Marcus Rashford – Played 71 minutes vs Scotland but was largely ineffective before being subbed off.

Jonny Evans – Put on a lacklustre showing in a 1-0 defeat vs Kazakhstan, only winning half of his duels and losing possession 13 times.

Bruno Fernandes – Scored one and assisted three in a 9-0 win over Luxembourg whilst playing in a slightly deeper role.

Diogo Dalot – Completed 90 minutes vs Luxembourg but was not exactly tested defensively. He did create one big chance but his crossing on the day was nonexistent.

Scott McTominay – Played 90 minutes vs England as a wide attacking midfielder but had little attacking threat.

Victor Lindelof – Put in a solid shift for Sweden and was dominant in the air despite losing 3-1 to Austria.

Hannibal Mejbri – Came off the bench vs Egypt for eight minutes but did little of note.

Altay Bayindir – Was subbed on at half time in a 4-2 loss to Japan, conceding a penalty late in the game.

Facundo Pellistri – Played 20 minutes vs Ecouador from the bench but did not have a single shot or produce a cross.

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