How many fixtures could involve City players today?
Three fixtures on Thursday had the chance to involve Manchester City players, as all teams now enter their second round of games at the 2020 European Championships.
Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia (Full-Time) - European Championships, Group C
Denmark 1-2 Belgium (Full-Time) - European Championships, Group B
Netherlands 2-0 Austria (Full-Time) - European Championships, Group C
Which Man City players are confirmed to be in today?
Three of Manchester City's first-team stars had the opportunity to partake in international action across the course of Thursday afternoon.
Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko, as expected, starts in midfield.
Belgium: Kevin de Bruyne started the game on the substitutes bench.
Netherlands: Nathan Ake starts on the bench.
How did Manchester City's players get on in their respective fixtures?
Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko completed the full 90 minutes in a 2-1 win over North Macedonia.
Belgium: Kevin de Bruyne featured as a second-half substitute, and provided the equalising assist for his country. Moments later, he scored to put his country ahead in the game - a goal that secured progression and all three points!
Netherlands: Nathan Ake featured as a second-half substitute in his country's 2-0 win over Austria, to see them through to the knock-out stages alongside Kevin de Bruyne's Belgium.
When can Manchester City's players next be seen in international action?
The next opportunity to catch some of Manchester City's first-team stars in action is throughout Friday, with two games showcasing Pep Guardiola's talent.
Brazil vs Peru (01:00 GMT) - Copa America, Group B
England vs Scotland (20:00 GMT) - European Championships, Group D
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