International fixtures end for Inter players as Italy beat Lithuania in a 2-0 win. Thus, Inter players are all set to come back and play for the club. Since Inter had several coronavirus cases, the players almost missed going for national duties. However, after a few coronavirus tests, they got a green light. Furthermore, nine Inter players played matches across Africa and Europe. The Nerazzurri players played a total of 1551 minutes and scored six goals.
Italy began the World Cup qualifying campaign with three 2-0 victories. The victories came against Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, and Lithuania. Nicolo Barella played for 143 minutes and Bastoni for 89 minutes. It was Bastoni’s fourth appearance for Italy and, Sensi put in 113 minutes. Sensi made important contributions to the team. He started against Bulgaria and then played a key role in the match against Lithuania. In fact, he also opened against Vilnius.
International fixtures end for Inter players, will be back for the Sunday game
Lukaku played for 180 minutes and scored two goals for his national side. The Belgian has always left an impact and did the same this time. But he was rested against Belarus. However, he played for 90 minutes against Wales and the Czech Republic, scoring against both. Further, Milan Skriniar played the most minutes amongst the Nerazzurri players, that is 270 minutes. They had a draw against Cyprus and Malta. However, they got a victory against Russia. Skriniar scored against Malta and Russia.
Brozovic played for 180 minutes in total while Perisic put in 203 minutes for Croatia. Brozovic was rested against Malta. Further, Perisic played for 90 minutes against Slovenia, 77 against Cyprus. Then he played for 36 minutes against Malta and played a key role in that match. Eriksen enjoyed a satisfactory season with Denmark as they won all three matches. He played for 190 minutes in total. He gave 90 minutes against Israel and Austria and played 13 minutes against Moldova. Hakimi played for 180 minutes for Morocco.