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Wednesday links: International round-up

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What seems like a long international break is now over and here are you links to recap the second set of games before focus switches back to the Premier League:

  • The trio of Joe Hart, Joleon Lescott and James Milner all featured for England as they rescued a 1-1 draw against Ukraine. [Telegraph]
  • Aleks Kolarov became the latest City player to damage Wales's hopes as he opened the scoring in their 6-1 demolition. [Telegraph]
  • David Silva started for Spain as they left it late to beat Georgia 1-0 in Tblisi. [Goal]
  • Gael Clichy was an unused substitute as France continued their winning start with a 3-1 win against Belarus. [ESPN]
  • Simon Curtis rounds up the international break. [ESPN]
  • This report shows that City were paid approximately 2million Euros for players on international duty in Euro 2012. [uefa.com]
  • Martin Samuel takes a look at the reasons why certain Premier League clubs are in favour of imposing financial limitations. [Mail]
  • Youngster Harry Bunn has been ruled out for the season after a serious knee injury on loan at Crewe. [BBC]
  • Stevan Jovetic claims he rejected a summer move to City from Fiorentina. [Gazetta]