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Xhaka features in UEFA Nations League finals

We had six players involved in senior internationals over the past week. Scroll down to find out how they got on: Granit Xhaka played the entirety of Switzerland’s two Uefa Nations League fixtures. The Swiss lost 3-1 to Portugal in the semi-final, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a hat-trick to rule out Ricardo Rodriguez’s strike. They then faced England in a third-placed play-off, which ended 0-0 after extra-time, before losing 6-5 on penalties, although Xhaka did score from the spot.   Sokratis played the full 90 minutes as Greece lost 3-0 to Italy in Athens in a Euro 2020 qualifier. Nicolo Barella gave the visitors the lead, before two further first-half strikes from Lorenzo Insigne...
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