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30 December 2019

64 Maurice Revello Tournament graduates became senior nternationals in 2019

Taking part in the Maurice Revello Tournament and then being called-up to the senior national team : a situation that we can see every year. In 2019, they are exactly 64 Maurice Revello Tournament graduates to have earned their first international cap at the senior level.

Algeria : Andy Delort
Brazil :
Douglas Luiz, Emerson, Matheus Henrique

Cameroon : Harold Moukoudi
Cape Verde : Hildeberto Pereira
Chile :
Tomas Alarcon, Claudio Baeza, Cristian Bravo
China : Shangyuan Yang
Colombia : Luis Orejuela, Rafael Borré, Stiven Mendoza
Czech Republic : Alex Kral
Costa Rica : Ariel Lassiter
England : Fikayo Tomori
Guatemala : Pedro Altan, José Carlos Martinez, Rudy Barrientos
Guinea-Bissau : Romario Baldé, Judilson Pelé
Ireland : Lee O’Connor, Aaron Connolly
Ivory Coast : Yakou Meité, Souleymane Doumbia, Habib Maiga
Madagascar : Marco Ilaimaharitra

Mali : Ibrahima Tandia
Mexico : Jorge Sanchez, Uriel Antuna, Alan Mozo, Cristian Calderon, Ismael Govea, Sebastian Cordova, Paolo Yrizar, José Juan Macias, Ian Torres, Jesus Godinez

Japan : Daichi Kamada, Keisuke Osako, Yugo Tatsuta, Hiroki Abe, Kou Itakura, Yuta Nakayama, Daiki Sugioka, Koji Miyoshi, Ayase Ueda, Daiki Hashioka, Tsukasa Morishima, Keita Endo, Kyosuke Tagawa, Yuki Soma, Taiyo Koga, Shunta Tanaka, Ao Tanaka, Koki Ogawa, Daiki Suga

Paraguay : Matias Vilasanti
Qatar : Yusuf Abdurisag

DR Congo : Giannelli Imbula
Scotland : Greg Taylor
South Korea : Lee Kangin-In

Togo : Malcom Barcola

Wales : Joe Rodon