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Holebas and Greece stun Netherlands

Hornets In International Action

The international fixtures are underway, and already there's been some Hornets in action for their countries. 

There was no friendly rivalry played out between the Netherlands' Daryl Janmaat and Greece's Jose Holebas, as only the latter appeared in Greece's shock 2-1 friendly win at the Philips Stadion.

Holebas played 45 minutes in Eindhoven as the Greeks heaped pressure on Danny Blind's men, who are desperate to get off to a good start in World Cup qualifying after missing out on the European Championships over the summer. They open their campaign against Sweden in Solna on Tuesday. 

Watford winger Steven Berghuis, currently on loan at Feyenoord, completed 90 minutes in the match. 

Elsewhere, defender Christian Kabasele was an unused substitute for Belgium as the Red Devils lost 2-0 at home to Spain. 

Juan Carlos Paredes was part of a humbled Ecuador back-line as Neymar Jnr and Brazil exploded into World Cup qualifying with a 3-0 win in Quito. Paredes was also sent off after a second booking with 15 minutes to go. 

Nordin Amrabat was the first to go as he played 82 minutes in Morocco's 0-0 friendly draw away to Albania on Wednesday evening. 

Find out who else is in international action over the next few days.

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