International break: Jeong gets his first goal for South Korea


The final international break of 2021 is upon us. Before the upcoming home game against Eintracht Frankfurt on the 21st, 13 SC Freiburg players have been selected to represent their respective national teams in Europe and Asia. Mark Flekken's Netherlands sealed qualification to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, whilst Wooyeong Jeong scored his first goal for South Korea. 

Christian Günter    
Germany, senior teamWorld Cup qualifierGermany 9-0 LiechtensteinGünter started the game and played the full 90 minutes at left-back. 
 World Cup qualifierArmenia 1-4 GermanyGünter was an unused substitute. 
Mark Flekken    
Netherlands, senior teamWorld Cup qualifierMontenegro 2-2 NetherlandsFlekken was an unused substitute. 
 World Cup qualifierNetherlands 2-0 NorwayNetherlands secured their place at the World Cup in Qatar with a win against Norway. Flekken was an unused substitute. 
Philipp Lienhart    
Austria, senior teamWorld Cup qualifierAustria 4-2 IsraelLienhart started the game and played the full 90 minutes in central defence. 
 World Cup qualifierAustria 4-1 MoldovaLienhart played the full 90 minutes once again. 
Wooyeong Jeong    
South Korea, senior teamWorld Cup qualifierSouth Korea 1-0 UAEJeong was an unused substitute. 
 World Cup qualifierIraq 0-3 South KoreaJeong was brought on in the 66th minute and scored South Korea's third goal of the game and his first for his country.  
Ermedin Demirovic     
Bosnia-Herzegovina, senior teamWorld Cup qualifierBosnia-Herzegovina 1-3 FinlandDemirovic came on in the 39th minute for the injured Kolasinac. 
 World Cup qualifierBosnia-Herzegovina 0-2 UkraineDemirovic started the game and was substituted off in the 80th minute. 
Yannik Keitel, Kevin Schade, Noah Atubolu    
Germany, U21 teamEURO 2023 qualifierGermany 0-4 PolandSchade and Keitel played the full 90 minutes. Atubolu was not in the squad. 
 EURO 2023 qualifierGermany 4-0 San MarinoSchade and Keitel both started once again, but Schade had to come off due to injury after nine minutes, and Keitel played the entire first half at right-back. 
Emilio Kehrer, Kenneth Schmidt (SCF U23)    
Germany, U20 teamFriendlyFrance 2-3 GermanyBoth started the game. Kehrer was substituted on 70 minutes. 
 FriendlyPortugal 1-1 GermanySchmidt was brought on in the 70th minute, but Kehrer did not feature. 
Robert Wagner, Max Rosenfelder (SCF U23)    
Germany, U19 teamEURO 2023 qualifierGermany 4-1 Faroe IslandsWagner started the game and played 62 minutes. 
 EURO 2023 qualifierGermany 1-3 RussiaWagner started the game and played 77 minutes. Rosenfelder was an unused substitute. 
 EURO 2023 qualifierGreece 1-1 GermanyWagner played the full 90 minutes as this draw saw Germany U20s through to the second round of European Championship qualification. 
Julius Tauriainen (SCF U23)    
Finland, U21 team EURO 2023 qualifierNorway 3-1 FinlandTauriainen started the game and played 86 minutes. 
 EURO 2023 qualifierFinland 1-0 EstoniaTauriainen was not named in Finland's squad for this fixture. 


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