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Internationals, 3. September 2019

International duty

A number of VfB players will be representing their countries during the first international break of the season – some in friendlies, others in qualifiers.

After the home match against VfL Bochum, a number of head coach Tim Walter’s men headed off immediately to join up with their countries for the first international break of the 2019/2020 season.

Meanwhile, the Bundesliga 2 break will provide VfB with an opportunity to give other players a runout in the Three League Cup tournament in Grossaspach on 6 September, where they will face the host club SG Sonnenhof Grossaspach (kick-off: 19:30 CEST) and Austrian second-division club Austria Lustenau (kick-off: 18:00 CEST) in 45-minute matches.

Overview of internationals involving VfB players (appearances/goals):


Santiago Ascacibar/Argentinia 4 September Argentinia - Bolivia 5-0 (25 minutes /0 goals)
8 September Argentinia - Colombia 3-1 (76 minutes / 0 goals)

Nicolas Gonzalez/Argentinia 4 September Argentinia - Bolivia 5-0 (0 minutes / 0 goals)
8 September Argentinia - Colombia 3-1 (9 minutes/ 1 goal)

Wataru Endo/Japan 5 September Japan - Paraguay 2-0 (0 minutes / 0 goals)
10 September Myanmar - Japan 0-2 (0 minutes / 0 goals)

Maxime Aowudja/Germany U21 5 September Germany - Greece 2-0 (45 minutes/ 0 goals)
10 September Wales - Germany 1-5 (0 minutes / 0 golas)

Borna Sosa/Croatia U21 5 September Croatia - United Arab Emirates 3-0 (90 minutes / 0 goals)
10 September Croatia - Scotland 1-2 (90 minutes / 0 goals)

Luca Mack/Germany U20 5 September Germany - Czech Rebuplic 4-2 (12 minutes / 0 goals)
8 September Netherlands - Germany 1-2 (0 minutes / 0 goals)