Bayern players selected for their national teams

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After FC Bayern's Bundesliga home match against SC Freiburg, the last international break of the year is on the agenda. A total of 19 FCB players have been selected for their national team. fcbayern.com takes a look at who.

Germany: Neuer, Süle, Kimmich, Gnabry, Goretzka, Sané, Müller & Musiala

Thomas Müller and Germany have already won their group and booked their place at the 2022 World Cup.

Led by a strong Bayern group, Germany will tackle their final two matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. With Manuel Neuer, Niklas Süle, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Leroy Sané, Thomas Müller and Jamal Musiala, there are eight FCB players who have been selected for the matches against Liechtenstein (11 November in Wolfsburg) and Armenia (14 November in Yerevan).

France: Upamecano, Pavard, Coman & Hernández

France and Benjamin Pavard won the Nations League in October.

Four Bayern players in Dayot Upamecano, Benjamin Pavard, Kingsley Coman and Lucas Hernández are joining up with France for their World Cup qualifiers. *Les Bleues*will host Kazakhstan in Paris on 13 November before facing Finland in Helsniki three days later.

Poland: Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski and Poland are still fighting to book their tickets to the 2022 World Cup.

The Best FIFA Men's Player Robert Lewandowski is fighting to get to the World Cup with Poland ahead of two crucial final matches of World Cup qualifiers. They travel to Andorra on 12 November before hosting Hungary on 15 November.

Austria: Marcel Sabitzer

Austria lost their last game 1-0 away to Denmark.

Two home matches are on the agenda for Marcel Sabitzer and the Austrian national team at the end of the World Cup Qualifiers. They host Israel on 12 November and then play Moldova three days later. Both matches will take place in Klagenfurt.

Croatia: Josip Stanišić

Josip Stanišić played his first two international matches for the Croatian senior national team in October.

After his debut in October, Josip Stanišić is once again in the Croatian national team squad. The 21-year-old defender will first go to Malta for the World Cup qualifier on 11 November. Croatia need a win to keep their chance of automatic qualification alive. They then close the campaign at home to current group leaders Russia on 14 November in Split.

Canada: Alphonso Davies

Alphonso Davies is on course for the World Cup with the Canadian national team. The team are in third with ten points after six games.

Two games in the World Cup qualifiers are in store for the Canadian national team and Alphonso Davies. They host Costa Rica in the night of 13 November before facing Mexico four days later. Both games will take place in Edmonton.

Cameroon: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is in the Cameroonian squad.

Bayern striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has been selected for the Cameroon national team. The Indomitable Lions will play Malawi on 13 November and Ivory Coast on 16 November in World Cup qualifiers.

Senegal: Bouna Sarr

Bouna Sarr is once again in the squad for the Senegalese national team.

After his first two games for the Senegal national team in October, FCB defender Bouna Sarr has been selected again. Aliou Cissé's side have two matches in the World Cup qualifiers in November. On 11 November they will play Togo, and three days later they'll face the Republic of Congo.

Germany U21: Malik Tillman

Malik Tillman made his first appearances for the U21 side in October and scored in both matches.

Malik Tillman and the Germany U21 national team have two European Championship qualifying matches ahead of them. On 12 November, they will face Poland in Großaspach, and on 16 November, the Germans will welcome San Marino in Ingolstadt.

France U20: Tanguy Nianzou

Tanguy Nianzou and his France U20s will play the Germany U20s.

Tanguy Nianzou is in the squad for the French U20 national team. He will play against Germany in a friendly match on 11 November in Clairefontaine.

Marcel Sabitzer spoke to Bayern's members magazine "51" about his childhood dreams of playing for Bayern:


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