Kjaer with Denmark
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AN UNEVEN SHARE OF MINUTES IN THE INTERNATIONALS

Sevilla's eight internationals had differing opportunities with their national teams. André Silva and Quincy Promes notched up the most minutes

After the international matches, the international players are returning back to work at Sevilla. Pablo Machín now has Machín, Kjaer, André Silva, Juan Soriano, Promes and Vaclik back, leaving Gnagnon, Luis Muriel and Franco Vázquez.

Each international had differing opportunities, with André Silva notching up the full 180 minutes and scoring the goal which gave Portugal the win over Italy. On the other hand, Juan Soriano did not play any minutes in the qualifiers for the U21 Euros.

After the Portuguese, the next player who played the most in this international break was Quincy Promes. Sevilla's latest signing played 28 minutes in Holland's 2-1 win against Peru and he started the 2-1 defeat to France in the Nations League, picking up 100 minutes in total.

André Silva and Quincy Promes were the players who picked up the most minutes in the international break

Gnagnon, Kjaer, Vaclík and Muriel picked up roughly the same amount of minutes, all playing about 90 minutes, with Muriel dividing that over two games while the others picked them up in a single game.

Following the quartet is Franco Vázquez with 34 minutes. The Sevillista played in the 3-0 win over Guatemala in Los Angeles in his debut for Argentina. He did not play in the second friendly against Colombia.

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