How Chelsea Players Perform In International Duties For Their Respective Teams

 Chelsea Football Club's players are currently dispersed around the world, representing their respective countries in ongoing international football competitions. This international break began last week and has witnessed numerous matches worldwide.

This article will focus on assessing the performance of Chelsea players during this phase, including their goal-scoring, victories, super performances, and injury updates.

In a FIFA World Cup qualifying match in South America, Moises Caicedo faced off against Enzo Fernandez. Enzo Fernandez's Argentina emerged victorious with a 1-0 win over Moises Caicedo's Ecuador. These two midfielders showcased their skills in a competitive midfield battle, and they still have one more fixture to play before returning to London.

Moving back to Europe, Mykhailo Mudryk played a pivotal role in Ukraine's 1-1 draw against England. Ben Chilwell started for England, Conor Gallagher came on as a second-half substitute, while Levi Colwil remained on the bench unused. However, neither Ben Chilwell nor Mykhailo Mudryk managed to contribute to their team's goals, and Mykhailo Mudryk faced an injury scare in the second half due to a heavy tackle from Marcus Rashford.

Meanwhile, in Africa, Nicolas Jackson didn't even make it to the bench as Senegal played to a 1-1 draw with Rwanda in their last AFCON qualifying game. Chelsea will be eager to have him back in top form after the international football break.

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