- Inaki Williams and his junior Nico Williams have returned to club activities after the international break
- The pair made history during the international break after making their debut for Ghana and Spain
- Inaki Williams and Nico Williams will be hoping to become the next siblings representing different countries at the World Cup in Qatar
Inaki Williams and his brother, Nico, have reunited at Athletic Bilbao after the end of a historic international break for the family.
The eldest of the Williams brothers, Inaki, made his Ghana debut after switching nationalities while Nico played a role in Spain's UEFA Nations League games.
In a heartwarming video posted on social media, the duo were spotted together as they returned to club duties.
Inaki, who had represented Spain in the past, took advantage of the new FIFA eligibility rules to switch and play for Ghana. He made his debut in Ghana's 3-0 friendly defeat to the Selacaos.
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He followed that up with an appearance against Nicaragua on Tuesday night in Lorca, Spain.
Meanwhile, Nico Williams who was on the radar of the Ghana Football Association as a potential future Black Stars player, made his Spain debut against Switzerland.
Nico provided the assist for the winner against Portugal on Tuesday.
The brothers born to Ghanaian parents in Spain are expected to feature for Athletic Bilbao against Almeria on Friday when La Liga returns.
The two could follow a long list of brothers representing different countries at the World Cup when they make the squads of Ghana and Spain for Qatar 2022.
Inaki and Nico Williams have each scored twice for Athletic Bilbao this season.
Nico Williams gifts mother Spain debut jersey
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Nico Williams has gifted his mother the jersey he wore to make his Spain debut during the international break.
The Spain-born Ghanaian made his debut for the European country in the game against Switzerland, a match La Furia Roja lost 1-0.
After the game, Williams decided not to exchange the jersey with any Swiss player as he preserved the jersey for his mother.