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Hwang In-beom (South Korea) Mizuno Morelia Neo III β Origami

The Mizuno Morelia Neo III β 'Origami' is not one that's seen on pitch all that often, so it's well worth highlighting when it does appear, as it did on the feet of Hwang In-beom in South Korea's 1-5 mauling at the hands of Brazil.

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Bukayo Saka (England) New Balance Furon v6+

Bukayo Saka signed in for England training this week in what looks to be an upcoming colourway for the New Balance Furon v6+, although it comes with a familiar feel, looking very much like the 'Lion Roars' Sadio Mané signature edition that the Senegal man got for AFCON.

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Kalvin Phillips (Leeds United) adidas COPA Sense .1

Few interesting boot switches in the international camps this week, and we start with Kalvin Phillips, who laced up in the adidas COPA Sense .1. The Leeds midfielder usually wears the Predator .1 Low.

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Fabinho (Brazil) adidas X Speedflow .1

Another Premier League player to make an in-house switch is Liverpool's midfield enforcer, Fabinho. The Brazilian usually wears the Predator Edge, but for training with his national team he switched to the X Speedflow .1. Probably because the 'Sapphire Edge' colourway matches up with the Selecao's training kit so nicely...

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Leo Ortiz (Brazil) New Balance Tekela v3+

A rare sighting for the New Balance Tekela v3+ at the top level, with RB Bragantino's Leo Ortiz slipping into the laceless 'Tri Aura' colourway for Brazil's training. Nice to see the Tekela getting some love, much underrated.

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James Ward-Prowse (England) Nike Tiempo Legend VII

A man who knows what he likes and sticks with it, James Ward-Prowse has continued with the 'Game Over' colourway of the Nike Tiempo Legend VII, rolling the 2019 boot on from the end of the Premier League season and on into the England camp.

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Lorenzo Pellegrini (Italy) Nike Phantom GT II

Lorenzo Pellegrini was able to give Italy a short-lived lead in his side's Nations League clash against Germany, and he did so wearing the 'Shockwave' colourway of the Nike Phantom GT II. The game ended 1 a-piece.

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Will Keane (Republic of Ireland) Nike Mercurial Vapor XI

Any International break is a good opportunity to pull out a banger, and Republic of Ireland's Will Keane chose to put away his Nike Mercurial Superfly VIII's in favour of the Mercurial Vapor XI, opting for the 'Motion Blur' colourway which originally dropped back in 2017.

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Noa Lang (The Netherlands) adidas F50 Adizero II

The Netherlands enjoyed a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Belgium this week, but winger Noa Lang had to content himself with a place on the bench. In an attempt to catch the eye the following day, he opted for the adidas F50 Adizero II in training.

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Carlos Julio (Dominican Republic) adidas X Speedflow +

Funny how this special edition X Speedflow from adidas, which dropped on 11/11 last year in celebration of singles day, has been spotted more recently than it did when it originally came out. This time it's Dominican Republic's Carlos Julio, who wore it in his side's 2-0 Nations League win over Belize.

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Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey) Nike Mercurial Superfly 8

Hakan Calhanoglu clearly enjoys the freedom that the Nike By You customisation service offers, and he rolled out his latest creation for Turkey's 4-0 win against the Faroe Islands, with a colourway that ties in nicely with his side's home strip.