Internationals. International Magpies: Tough night for Magpies' Brazilian duo

22 Nov 23 takes a look at how Newcastle United's international stars are getting on during November's break from domestic action

Bruno Guimarães and Joelinton

Wednesday 22nd NovemberBrazil 0 Argentina 1Maracanã

It was an eventful night for the Newcastle men, as Nicolas Otamendi's goal handed the visitors the win in a tense battle. Guimarães started the match at the iconic stadium but was withdrawn with 12 minutes remaining, while Joelinton was given a straight red card with nine minutes left - and just nine minutes after coming off the bench - after a push on Rodrigo De Paul.

Friday 17th NovemberColombia 2 Brazil 1Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez

The two Magpies midfielders were part of the Brazil squad to face Colombia, with Guimarães starting and completing 90 minutes, but Luis Diaz's brace won it for the hosts. Joelinton was an unused substitute.

Tino Livramento

Tuesday 21st OctoberEngland Under-21s 3 Northern Ireland Under-21s 0Goodison Park

Another straightforward win for England on Merseyside, with Livramento playing the opening 45 minutes at right back for Lee Carsley's youngsters.

Saturday 18th NovemberSerbia Under-21s 0 England Under-21s 3Backa Topola

The young full back - who has shone for the Magpies in recent weeks - is part of the England Under-21 squad for their European Championship qualifiers, and completed 90 minutes during their routine win at the weekend.

Fabian Schär

Tuesday 21st NovemberRomania 1 Switzerland 0Arena Nationala

Schär, a regular for his country, was once again in the Switzerland squad for their triple-header over a six-day period, but rounded off the fixtures by being an unused substitute once more in midweek.

Saturday 18th NovemberSwitzerland 1 Kosovo 1St. Jakob-Park

He was named as a substitute but didn't get on as they were held by Kosovo in Basel.

Wednesday 15th NovemberIsrael 1 Switzerland 1Pancho Aréna

The Magpies man wasn't involved as his side were held to a draw by Israel in Hungary.

Charlie McArthur and Johnny Emerson

Tuesday 21st NovemberScotland Under-19s 2 Serbia Under-19s 1Stadion Spartak

Centre back McArthur played the full game for Scotland, picking up a yellow card in the process, as a last-minute goal from Malachi Sharpe earned them victory against Serbia while Emerson watched on.

Saturday 18th NovemberScotland Under-19s 3 Andorra Under-19s 1Stadion Albena

The young duo, who are part of Scotland Under-19s' squad for their EURO 2024 qualifying triple-header, helped Scotland beat Andorra on Saturday, with McArthur skippering the side and Emerson among the substitutes.

Wednesday 15th NovemberBulgaria Under-19s 0 Scotland Under-19s 0Stadion Spartak

Both started in their goalless draw with Bulgaria in midweek, with McArthur playing the full 90 minutes in Varna and Emerson being replaced after the break.

Lewis Hall

Monday 20th NovemberGermany Under-20s 2 England Elite League squad 3Jahnstadion Regensburg

Teenager Hall made a second half substitute appearance in this thrilling win over Germany, which was sealed by Charlie Webster's stoppage-time clincher. The Magpies youngster played the final 30 minutes.

Thursday 16th NovemberEngland Elite League squad 0 Italy Under-20s 3Eco-Power Stadium

On-loan Hall was called into the newly-rebranded England Under-20s squad, now know as the Elite League squad, for their games this month and completed 90 minutes in Doncaster as his side were beaten by Italy.

Emil Krafth

Sunday 19th NovemberSweden 2 Estonia 0Friends Arena

Krafth enjoyed a full 90-minute outing on Sunday as his side beat Estonia in Stockholm, as they finished third in their EURO 2024 qualifying group in third place behind Austria and Belgium.

Thursday 16th NovemberAzerbaijan 3 Sweden 0Tofig Bahramov Republican Stadium

Defender Krafth, who made his long-awaited return from a serious knee injury in United's 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Manchester United, was named in the Sweden squad earlier this month - his first call-up since battling his way back from that anterior cruciate ligament rupture in August 2022.

And he made his return to the international fold with a substitute outing on the hour during this disappointing defeat for Sweden, with the defender featuring for the final half hour.

Martin Dúbravka

Sunday 19th NovemberBosnia and Herzegovina 1 Slovakia 2Bilino Polje

Dúbravka was an unused substitute as already-qualified Slovakia wrapped up their campaign with a victory in Zenica.

Thursday 16th NovemberSlovakia 4 Iceland 2Tehelné pole

Goalkeeper Dúbravka, who kept a clean sheet in the Carabao Cup against his former loan club Manchester United in his only Magpies appearance of the season so far, started for Slovakia on an eventful night in Bratislava, winning his 41st international cap.

But his side's eventual victory was a significant one - it means they have now booked their place at EURO 2024, where Dúbravka will hope to play in his second major tournament.

Kieran Trippier

Friday 17th NovemberEngland 2 Malta 0Wembley Stadium

The Magpies defender was included in the England squad by Gareth Southgate for their final EURO 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.

Trippier played the full 90 minutes for the Three Lions on Friday night as a Pepe own goal and a Harry Kane strike gave them a 2-0 win over Malta at Wembley, and kept their place at the top of Group C.

He then withdrew from the squad ahead of their trip to North Macedonia on Monday due to a personal matter.

Jude Smith

Friday 17th NovemberBelgium Under-21s 0 Scotland Under-21s 2Stadion Schiervelde

The young goalkeeper was called up by Scotland Under-21s, who play two EURO 2025 qualifiers away from home later this month, but wasn't involved in the first of those - a 2-0 win in Belgium.

Tuesday 21st NovemberHungary Under-21s vs Scotland Under-21sHidegkuti Nandor StadiumKick-off 7pm GMT

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