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Follow along with all Dortmund players as they represent their national teams

Ukraine v Poland - Group C: UEFA Euro 2016 Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images

The 2017-18 season has just gotten underway, but alas, another international break means Dortmund will be out of action this weekend. But don’t fret as several of Dortmund’s top players will be in action representing their national teams.

With the World Cup less than a year away, qualification has entered its vital final stage.

Follow along here to see how they and their teams fare. To watch these matches, click the links below.

UEFA

Ukraine
Andriy Yarmolenko

Spain
Marc Bartra

Turkey
Nuri Sahin
Omer Toprak

  • September 2, 2017 - Turkey at Ukraine - L 2-0
  • Sahin: Unused Substitute
  • Toprak: Not in Squad
  • September 5, 2017 - Turkey vs. Croatia - W 1-0
  • Sahin: Started, Played 87 minutes.
  • Toprak: Unused Substitute

Greece
Sokratis Papastathopolous (INJURED)

Poland
Lukasz Piszczek

  • September 1, 2017 - Poland at Denmark - L 4-0
  • Piszczek: Started, Subbed-off in the 34th minute with stomach problems
  • September 4, 2017 - Poland vs. Kazakhstan - W 3-0
  • Piszczek: Started, Played 90 minutes.

Switzerland
Roman Burki

CONCACAF

United States
Christian Pulisic

AFC

Japan
Shinji Kagawa

CAF

Gabon
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang


Match Thread Rules:

Absolutely no illegal streams. We listed legal means for you guys to watch the games. We really cannot afford to have problems and we hope you guys understand and abide by this rule.

Be critical, but not offensive. We're all tolerant people; we all get frustrated at a bad call the ref makes or some foul that the opposing team makes. We encourage you to post your thoughts, just think them through before posting them. Keep things PG-13.

No abusing of other commentators or match officials. None whatsoever. Zero. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Verboten, Verboten, Verboten!! We're all fans, bear that in mind.

Express yourself how you normally would. We allow for profanity (within reason), but any sexist, racist and/or homophobic comments and replies will result in immediate blocking and banning of future participation.


Breakdown By Date

August 31 - 3 Games
September 1 - 2 Games
September 2 - 3 Games
September 3 - 2 Games
September 4 - 1 Game
September 5 - 6 Games

Check back daily for international break updates and feel free to comment about your favorite Dortmund players’ forays into international football. Happy watching!

International Break Buzz

Which surprise teams will / will not qualify for the 2018 World Cup?