10 Lazio players summoned for International Duty

The last break of the year for major leagues around the world is amongst us. International Duty calls and 10 Lazio players have been chosen to represent their nations. It is one individual less than the last break that occurred in October, but it is always a large number of the squad. All of the players are around Europe, except Bastos who will travel to Africa, which is further good news for Simone Inzaghi. Below, a list of the 10 players and their match schedules are provided including their opponents, time, location, and type of each match.

 

ADAM MARUSIC (MONTENEGRO)

Adam Marusic playing for Montenegro, Source- Zimbio

Adam Marusic playing for Montenegro, Source- Zimbio

Serbia – Montenegro, Saturday 17 November at 3 pm, Stadion Rajko Mitić – Belgrade (Nations League)
Montenegro – Romania, Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 pm, Stadion Pod Goricom – Podgorica (Nations League)

 

ALESSANDRO MURGIA (ITALY U21)

Alessandro Murgia, Source- Getty Images

Alessandro Murgia, Source- Getty Images

Italy U21 – England U21, Thursday 15 November 6.30 pm, Paolo Mazza Stadium – Ferrara (Friendly)
Italy U21 – Germany U21, Monday 19 November 18.30, Mapei Stadium, City of Tricolor – Reggio Emilia (Friendly)

 

BASTOS (ANGOLA)

Bastos of Angola and Lazio, Designed by Steven Moore (@S_K_MOORE)

Bastos of Angola and Lazio, Designed by Steven Moore (@S_K_MOORE)

Angola – Burkina Faso, Sunday 18 November at 16, Estadio 11 de Novembro – Luanda (Africa Cup Qualification)

 

CIRO IMMOBILE (ITALY)

Ciro Immobile, Source- Onze Mondial

Ciro Immobile, Source- Onze Mondial

Italy – Portugal, Saturday 17 November at 8.45 pm, San Siro Stadium – Milan (Nations League)
Italy – United States, Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 pm, Luminus Arena – Genk (Friendly)

 

MARTIN CACERES (URUGUAY)

Martin Caceres Uruguay

Martin Caceres in action for Uruguay – Source: Ovacion

Brazil – Uruguay, Friday November 16th at 9 pm, Emirates Stadium – London (Friendly)
France – Uruguay, Tuesday 20 November at 21, Stade de France – Paris (Friendly)

 

MILAN BADELJ (CROATIA)

Milan Badelj playing for his home nation of Croatia, Source- SempreInter

Milan Badelj playing for his home nation of Croatia, Source- SempreInter

Croatia – Spain, Thursday 15 November at 8.45 pm, Maksimir Stadium – Zagreb (Nations League)
England – Croatia, Sunday 18 November at 3 pm, Wembley Stadium – London (Nations League)

 

PEDRO NETO (PORTUGAL U19)

Pedro Neto, Source- Getty Images

Pedro Neto, Source- Getty Images

Portugal U19 – Germany U19, Wednesday 14 November at 17, Republican Stadium, Yerevan (UEFA Preliminary Tournament)
Armenia U19 – Portugal U19, Saturday 17 November at 2 pm, FFA Academy Stadium, Yerevan (UEFA Preliminary Tournament)
Portugal U19 – Netherlands U19, Tuesday 20 November at 17, Republican Stadium, Yerevan (UEFA Preliminary Tournament)

 

SERGEJ MILINKOVIC-SAVIC (SERBIA)

Milinkovic-Savic, Source- Getty Images

Serbia – Montenegro, Saturday 17 November at 3 pm, Stadion Rajko Mitić – Belgrade (Nations League)
Serbia – Lithuania, Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 pm, Partizan Stadium – Belgrade (Nations League)

 

THOMAS STRAKOSHA (ALBANIA)

Thomas Strakosha, Source- Getty Images

Thomas Strakosha, Source- Getty Images

Albania – Scotland, Saturday 17 November at 8.45 pm, Loro-Boriçi Stadium – Scutari (Nations League)
Albania – Wales, Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 pm, Elbasan Arena – Elbasan (Friendly)

 

VALON BERISHA (KOSOVO)

Valon Berisha, Source- Valon Berisha Official Instagram

Valon Berisha, Source- Valon Berisha Official Instagram

Malta – Kosovo, Saturday 17 November at 6 pm, Ta ‘Qali Stadium – Ta’ Qali (Nations League)
Kosovo – Azerbaijan, Tuesday 20 November at 8.45 pm, Fadil Vokrri Stadium – Pristina (Nations League)

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