PSG players' involvement in this FIFA break

PSG players had a significant presence in this FIFA international break with their respective national teams
PSG players had significant involvement with their national teams in this FIFA break.
PSG players had significant involvement with their national teams in this FIFA break. / Gualter Fatia/GettyImages

PSG has always been known for the talented players in its squad and how their performances with the club have earned them call-ups to represent their national teams.

In this FIFA international break, we witnessed impressive displays from PSG players.

The Parisians with the French national team had a bittersweet experience in this FIFA international break

The runner-up of the 2022 Qatar World Cup had an unusual FIFA international break, securing one win and suffering one defeat in these two matches. PSG players featured for the French national team, with Kylian Mbappe playing in both matches.

He had a relatively quiet performance against Germany, managing just one assist in the victory against Chile. Zaire-Emery and Lucas Hernandez also featured in the defeat against Germany but didn't have standout performances in that match.

Ousmane Dembele and Kolo Muani delivered outstanding performances in this FIFA international break, showcasing their importance to the French attack. Although their playing time with the French national team was limited, they made a significant impact.

Ousmane Dembele was particularly influential in the defeat against Germany, being the most involved player in the match. Meanwhile, Kolo Muani dazzled in the match against Chile, contributing with a goal and an assist in France's 3-2 victory.

Gonçalo Ramos scored for Portugal in one of their friendly matches

For the Paris Saint-Germain players representing the Portuguese national team, luck wasn't on their side, except for Gonçalo Ramos, who scored in Portugal's 5-2 victory over Sweden. However, Vitinha and Danilo Pereira didn't feature in that match. In the match against Slovenia, both players started but suffered a 0-2 defeat against a strong Slovenian side.

Brazil, with Lucas Beraldo, remained undefeated in this FIFA international break

The five-time world champions secured one win and one draw with the involvement of Paris Saint-Germain's defender in both matches, playing the full 180 minutes. Lucas Beraldo had a significant debut for Brazil in their victory against England. However, his performance against Spain was subpar, as he struggled to contain the Spanish attack in the 3-3 draw.