West Ham United Women's international round-up
West Ham United Women were well represented on the international stage, as a number of players pulled on their national team jersey over the past week.
All in all, nine players have featured during the international break, and here is the rundown of the second round of international fixtures involving West Ham United players - with the first round-up available to read by clicking here.
We start with Yui Hasegawa, who played the full 90 minutes for Japan in their friendly match against the Netherlands in The Hague on Monday evening. It was a largely uneventful affair, with only one shot on target registered throughout the entire match.
This was Japan's final preparation before they begin their AFC Women's Asian Cup campaign in January, which see's them face off against South Korea, Myanmar and Vietnam in Group C.
Tameka Yallop was in action for the Matildas as they faced off against the United States of America in their second friendly match against the current world champions.
The 30-year-old made her 100th cap for her country in the reverse friendly match, which ended in a 3-0 defeat for the Australians - but it was a different story this time around.
This match started in similar fashion to the previous one three days ago, as Ashley Hatch opened the scoring for the Americans early on.
And despite being under the cosh for the majority of the match, Yallop and her team-mates kept themselves in the game until the last. The Hammers midfielder was withdrawn with seven minutes of normal time to go, just enough time for Tottenham Hotspur forward Kyah Simon to find the back of the net with a deflected strike and share the spoils in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Mackenzie Arnold was an unused substitute.
Twenty-year-old goalkeeper, Anna Leat was an unused substitute as New Zealand scored two late goals to beat South Korea in Goyang.
In what was an entertaining game with plenty of chances, goals from Paige Satchell and Gabi Rennie secured the win.
Mel Filis played the full 90 minutes for England U23s as they thrashed Estonia's senior team 11-0 in a friendly at St George's Park.
Grace Fisk came off the bench in the rout, making her return to international football for the first time since being selected for the senior team by Phil Neville for the SheBelieves Cup back in February 2020.
Fisk's team-mate at the back, Lucy Parker, was an unused substitute.
Kateřina Svitková was due to be facing off against Belarus in their World Cup Group Stage qualifier, but the game was postponed due to a positive case within the Belarusian ranks. A new date for the fixture will be confirmed in due course.
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir played 65 minutes for Iceland in their 4-0 victory over Cyprus, which see's them close the gap on the Netherlands, who currently top Group C.
Lisa Evans was on the wrong side of a 8-0 thrashing by Spain, as Scotland were outclassed at the Estadio de La Cartuja in Seville.
The midfielder played 81 minutes of the match before being substituted and the result leaves Scotland five points behind Spain in Group B.
Hawa Cissoko was an unused substitute as France overcame Wales in a 2-0 win at the Stade du Roudourou in Guingamp.
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