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Picture special: City stars on international duty

It's been a mixed few days for our international Blues...

While some have enjoyed victories with their countries, others have suffered defeat - and worse, injury.

As reported this morning, Sergio Aguero was stretchered off in tears after just 24 minutes of Argentina's defeat to Ecuador. We'll share the latest on the extent of the knock as soon as we can.

As aforementioned though, there was brighter news for some of our other roaming stars. Here's a pictorial round-up of their progress...

Argentina

Nicolas Otamendi, Aguero and Martin Demichelis (accompanied by Pablo Zabaleta) jetted off to represent La Albiceleste.

Argentina

On your head, Martin!

Pablo Zabaleta

Unsurprisingly, Pablo got stuck in at training.

Sergio Aguero

Aguero started the game...

Sergio Aguero

...but sadly, his night was brought to an early end.

Aleks Kolarov

There was better news for Aleks Kolarov and Serbia - the left-back netted an injury-time winner against Albania.

France

Bacary Sagna was also on the winning side as France defeated Armenia 4-0. Eliaquim Mangala was an unused substitute.

Fernandinho

Fernandinho spoke to the press before Brazil's clash with Chile, but he didn't feature in the 2-0 loss.

Joe Hart

Joe Hart also addressed the media, declaring he feels Raheem Sterling can set the footballing world alight.

Joe Hart

Here's the shot-stopper in training with fellow goalkeepers Jack Butland and Tom Heaton.

Raheem Sterling

Sterling spots the camera. England host Estonia in a Euro qualifier tonight.

Raheem Sterling

Keepy-uppys.

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