Liverpool had 11 players playing on the final day of the international break, among them Luis Diaz, Alisson and Darwin Nunez.
The final break before the World Cup is finally over, and the Reds have just a few days to go before a late return home to Brighton.
It’s been a busy period for Liverpool’s internationals, and as Tuesday turned to Wednesday, a total of 11 players participated with six more from the bench.Read:Usyk vs AJ: Official scorecard shows Anthony Joshua was winning fight against Oleksandr Usyk after nine rounds | Boxing News
In the early hours, Colombia faced Mexico in their second friendly match in the United States, losing 2-0 before the half-hour mark at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
But the triple change in the break, with Luis Sinistera among those brought in and veterans Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez among those removed, led to a comeback.
Diaz’s ambitious play down the left flank was a key feature as Sinistera scored twice and Wilmar Barrios scored another in Colombia’s 3-2 victory.
The 25-year-old was brought up in the final stages in California, before a long journey back to Liverpool.
Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino survived their transatlantic run, and were all in Brazil’s squad for the friendly against Tunisia in Paris.Read:Barca’s Alexia Putellas copies Aubameyang lob vs Real Madrid to day
Alison He was the only player to appear for the second consecutive time at the break in the 5-1 win, with Fabinho and Firmino not using both.
Elsewhere in Europe, Luis Suarez has started to act Darwin Nunez For the much-needed goal, the striker scored the second in Uruguay’s 2-0 friendly win over Canada in Slovakia.
Nunez played 60 minutes up front, and can restore confidence with him when he returns to Merseyside.
In the UEFA Nations League, there was another clash between them Costas Tsimikas“Greece and Conor BradleyIn Northern Ireland, where the two linebackers started against each other.
It was Tsimikas who triumphed, as Greece won 3-1 in a match that saw Bradley prevent a huge opportunity for his club mate with a gutsy shock.
Diogo Jota He seemed to follow up his goal against the Czech Republic with a start for Portugal against Spain, but with not being able to score another goal as his country fell in a late 1-0 loss.
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The England Under-21 team faced Germany in a friendly match in Sheffield, with Harvey Elliott Start and play 70 minutes in a 3-1 win as Tyler Morton remained on the bench.
James Balaghiji I scored 75 minutes as England’s Under-20 side beat Australia 3-0, with Harvey Davis not being used, while Sepp van den Berg He helped keep a clean sheet in a 90-minute show as the Netherlands U-21 team drew 0-0 with Romania.
Owen Beck The season started only for the second time for club and country as the Wales Under-21 team lost 2-0 to Austria, recording 82 minutes, while Melkamo Frauendorf He played 75 minutes when Germany’s under-19 team beat Slovakia 1-0.
Finally, goalkeepers Fabian Mrozek and Vítezlav Jaros were not used for the Poland U-20 and Czech Republic U-21 national team, respectively.