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International Break roundup: How did the Liverpool players fare with their national teams? ft. Joe Gomez

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By Sarthak Joshi

A round-up of the performances of Liverpool stars during their international break. Featuring Liverpool star Joe Gomez

Full preparations for Liverpool ‘s trip to Anfield to play against Brighton on Sunday will soon be underway now that the final batch of international fixtures is just completing.

Liverpool squad performance has been decent, including some injury boosts as well. The Reds continue showcasing their Premier League impressive performances in their international break as well.

Across the dreaded international break, many of Liverpool’s stars have taken their impressive early Premier League form into their fixtures with their home nations, with the likes of Dominik Szoboszlai, Joe Gomez, and Conor Bradley performing admirably at the weekend.

Conor Bradley scores his first international goal

Conor Bradley: Northern Ireland 1-0 Scotland

Bradley’s first senior international goal earned Northern Ireland a 1-0 win over Andy Robertson’s Scotland on Tuesday night. The 20-year-old Liverpool full-back, playing in a more advanced role, added another personal milestone in a dream breakout season by dipping a deflected first-half winner into the top-right corner.

Dominik Szoboszlai: Hungary 2-0 Kosovo

Hungary defeated Kosovo in an outstanding 2-0 nail-biter game. Dominik Szoboszlai was also among the goals as he led Hungary to a 2-0 friendly victory against Kosovo. The Reds midfielder opened the scoring shortly before the hour mark in Budapest.

Joe Gomez: England 2-2 Belgium

England were heading for defeat at Wembley again before Bellingham equalized with the almost last kick of the game. Joe Gomez replaced the injured John Stones after 10 minutes of the game and gave a decent performance helping his team rescue a draw.

Dominik helped his team seal the victory

There were also friendly wins for Luis Diaz, Ibrahima Konate, and Virgil van Dijk, who started and finished the match, and Cody Gakpo, a late substitute, featured in the Netherlands’ 2-1 loss to Germany.

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Its good news for Klopp and the Reds because most of the players are fully fit, giving a positive performance throughout their international break and seem comfortable and ready for their upcoming crucial challenges for a treble.