Four Foxes Secure Big Results In Tuesday's Internationals
- Youri Tielemans and Timothy Castagne featured for Belgium in a 1-0 win over Poland
- Çağlar Söyüncü also helped Turkey to a 2-0 success over Lithuania in the UEFA Nations League
- Daniel Amartey completed another 90 minutes as Ghana faced Chile in Japan
- In the third-fourth play-off at the Kirin Cup, the Black Stars won a shootout after a 0-0 draw
Tielemans, making his 52nd appearance for Belgium, laid on the assist for Michy Batshuayi's winner as the Red Devils secured a 1-0 victory over Poland in Warsaw. Castagne, meanwhile, also earned a 24th cap for Roberto Martínez's side, who have won two and drawn one of their four UEFA Nations League fixtures. Belgium are second in League A Group 4, three points behind the Netherlands, and another three above Poland.
Elsewhere, Söyüncü represented Turkey for the 48th time as they tackled Lithuania in Izmir. Kaan Ayhan and Hakan Çalhanoğlu were on the scoresheet for the Crescent-Stars in a 2-0 triumph – which leaves them top of League C Group 1 with 12 points. Söyüncü's side have not conceded once this summer.
Daniel Amartey has been a key figure across Africa Cup of Nations qualifying and at the Kirin Cup for Ghana this summer.
Amartey, on the other hand, also played the full 90 minutes for Ghana who, despite having both Alidu Seidu and Mubarak Wakaso sent off, were able to battle to a 0-0 draw with Chile in the third-fourth place play-off at the Kirin Cup in Japan early on Tuesday morning.
The Black Stars won the penalty shootout 3-1 in Suita to secure a podium finish at the tournament which also included Japan and Tunisia. It means Amartey, who made 40 appearances for the Foxes last term, has played every minute of Ghana's four matches this summer.
To read up on how City's internationals have fared over the past fortnight, head to LCFC.com/internationals.
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