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International Blues

Jagielka, Baines and Howard all in action on Sunday.

International Blues
Phil Jagielka
Tim Howard
Seamus Coleman
Leighton Baines

Phil Jagielka played the full 90 minutes as England fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Brazil in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday evening.

The Blues captain had been selected alongside left-back Leighton Baines who was replaced by Ashley Cole half an hour into the game after appearing to pick up an injury.

Fred had opened the scoring for the hosts on 57 minutes before the Three Lions then went ahead through goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Wayne Rooney. Paulinho volleyed Brazil back level eight minutes before full-time.

Elsewhere, Seamus Coleman was an unused substitute as the Republic of Ireland registered a 4-0 friendly win over Georgia in Dublin. The result was secured courtesy of strikes from Richard Keogh, Simon Cox and a brace from Robbie Keane.

Coleman is expected to return to the Republic’s starting line-up for their World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands this coming Friday.

Across the Atlantic, Tim Howard played the full match for the United States in their impressive 4-3 victory over Germany in Washington.

Tottenham forward Clint Dempsey netted a double for Jurgen Klinsmann’s side after Jose Altidore broke the deadlock and goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen scored an own goal. Heiko Westermann, Max Kruse and Julian Draxler were on target for Germany.

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