JUST IN : How Ipswich Town key player faired on his international duties

Over the international break, Ipswich Town stars Cameron Burgess and Dane Scarlett make their debuts for Australia and England Under-21, respectively.

Over the past week and a half, Ipswich Town players have represented the Tractor Boys on a global scale. Here is how they did for their individual countries.

Welsh teammates Nathan Broadhead and Wes Burns were called up for their matches against Latvia and South Korea in international friendlies.

Last Thursday at the Cardiff City Stadium, Broadhead started the 0-0 draw against South Korea but was replaced after 73 minutes by David Brooks of Bournemouth. Burns was one of three substitutes sent on to try to spark the game after an hour.

Burns had to withdraw from the team before Wales’ trip to Latvia due to a hamstring injury, Wales manager Rob Page announced during the friendly.

Socceroos chance Cameron Burgess on finding home in Ipswich and impressing  Graham Arnold | CODE Sports

In a similar vein, Broadhead, a 25-year-old replacement, saw no action in the Dragons’ 2-0 victory. Wales now leads Group D with seven points thanks to goals from Aaron Ramsey and Brooks.

Sam Morsy, the captain for the Town, received praise for his Championship debut after playing his first minutes for Egypt in five years.

After five years, Sam Morsy made his first appearances for Egypt. Ady Kerry is pictured.After five years, Sam Morsy made his first appearances for Egypt. Ady Kerry is pictured.

Second on the field was where the 32-year-old was dispatched.






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