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Besic and Mirallas feature in friendly wins

by | 04/09/2014  Comments (4)  jump
Muhamed Besic played over two thirds of Bosnia-Herzegovina's 3-0 win over Lichtenstein today as they warmed up for their forthcoming Euro2016 qualifier against Cyprus.

The Everton midfielder played the first 67 minutes before being substituted and he is expected to start again for his country on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Kevin Mirallas completed an hour for Belgium as they beat Tim Cahill's Australia 2-0 in a friendly.

Another of Everton's players on international duty, Christian Atsu, will be in action for Ghana in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Uganda on Saturday.  

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Phill Thompson
3 Posted 04/09/2014 at 22:27:06
Stones, Gibson, Besic. Astu all getting game time, maybe this international break is doing some good for us.! If they qualify for 2016 I can see Besic being a star with a value over 5 times what we paid for him by then.
Craig Fletcher
4 Posted 05/09/2014 at 01:29:37
Hopefully Mo will get all the back-heels out of his system playing for Bosnia before he rejoins the rest of the lads ahead of the WBA game.
Peter Murray
5 Posted 05/09/2014 at 08:04:24
Fingers crossed for no injuries.

Andy Meighan
9 Posted 05/09/2014 at 21:31:00
I hope Besic didnÂ’t try any ridiculous back-heels.

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