International review of 1899 Hoffenheim players

There were a host of 1899 Hoffenheim players in international action this week. Because of this, Head Coach Ralf Rangnick was only able to welcome his players back to training on Thursday afternoon.

Denmark - Germany 2:2

Andreas Beck impressed for Germany with his energy and tough-tackling as they unluckily drawn 2:2 with Denmark. He started the match at right back for Joachim Löw's team, and the 23-year-old was substituted after 57 minutes. Sascha Riehter replaced him, and the team went on to draw 2:2, despite leading 2:0 with just a few minutes remaining.

Bosnia-Herzegovina - Qatar 1:1

Vedad Ibisevic took to the field against Qatar as Bosnia drawn 1:1. He was quick off the mark and grabbed the game's first goal in the 9th minute, but his team was unable to hold on to the lead. Sejad Salihovic didn't take part in the fixture as he will be suspended for the first qualifying game. Ibisevic was on the field for 75 minutes.

Slovakia - Croatia 1:1

Josip Simunic and his team fought back from one down to draw the game 1:1. The Croat played the full 90 minutes.

USA - Brazil 0:2

Carlos Eduardo played the last 15 minutes as Brazil cantered to victory over USA. Neymar (29) and Pato (45) were the goalscorers for a youthful Seleção.

Finland U21 - Spain U21 1:1

Jukka Raitala played the full 90 as the Finnish U21 side drawn 1:1 with Spain. Kauko grabbed the opening goal for the Finns, before Barcelona hitman Bojan netted for Spain to grab them a share of the spoils.


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