Only one Everton player was set to feature in a one senior-team match on Thursday. That player would have been Ramiro Funes Mori lining up for Argentina. Mother Nature had other plans though. Below we have a wrap-up for the Blues on Thursday international duty:
Argentina - Brazil, Postponed - FIFA World Cup Qualifier
The much-hyped rivalry match between the two Latin American powerhouses was postponed Thursday night due to heavy rain. The match has been moved to Friday evening.
This picture of the pitch at Argentina v Brazil could only be improved by a fella walking round with a fork https://t.co/dMQiZIxni4— John Bradley (@JBcommentator) November 12, 2015
Spain 5-0 Georgia - UEFA U21 Qualifier
The man of magic was at it again - Gerard Deulofeu tallied three goals for Spain while wearing the captain's armband. The winger played the entire match and spread his goals out, scoring in the 17th, 33rd and 84th minutes. As reported earlier, Deulofeu has put in five assists for Everton this campaign; more than any U21 player in Europe's top five leagues.
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-0 England - UEFA U21 Qualifier
Brendan Galloway was not featured in the team sheet.
Georgia 0-3 Wales - UEFA U19 Qualifier
Defender James Graham and forward Nathan Broadhead both played the full 90 minutes for Wales. Graham's stats were limited to committing two fouls. Broadhead notched an assist, took one shot, committed two fouls and suffered two fouls.
Netherlands 2-2 England - U19 Friendly
The match featured Ryan Ledson for the entire 90 minutes. After trailing for most of the match, Ryan Ledson opened the scoring for the Three Lions in the 72nd minute. With just two minutes left in the match, Tammy Abraham from Chelsea scored the equalizer. Jonjoe Kenny and Callum Conolly were on the bench as unused substitutes. The team takes on Japan on Sunday.