- Harvey Barnes makes first senior England appearance in a 3-0 friendly victory over Wales
- City goalkeeper Danny Ward was an unused substitute for the visitors at Wembley
- Jonny Evans played 120 minutes in Northern Ireland's penalty-shootout win over Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Belgium's Timothy Castagne played for his country in a 1-1 draw with Ivory Coast
City's winger, who has progressed through England's Under-18s, Under-20s and Under-21s age groups in recent years, made his senior bow as a substitute in the 76th minute in the capital.
The Three Lions were already 3-0 up - following goals by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Conor Coady and Danny Ings - by the time Barnes entered the fray.
Operating on the left of England's attack, as he is regularly deployed for the Foxes, Barnes was typically sharp and positive with the ball as the hosts saw out a comfortable friendly victory.
Harvey Barnes makes his maiden international appearance for England's senior side.
Foxes goalkeeper Danny Ward was an unused substitute for the Dragons in London.
Jonny Evans played 120 minutes in Northern Ireland's UEFA 2020 European Championships play-off semi-final victory - via a penalty shootout - over Bosnia and Herzegovina.
AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunić opened the scoring for the hosts after 13 minutes, before Aberdeen's Niall McGinn levelled in the early moments of the second half.
Timothy Castagne played 89 minutes for Belgium against the Ivory Coast.
The scoreline remained 1-1 as the tie went to extra-time and penalties, with Northern Ireland winning 4-3 in the shootout.
Meanwhile, City defender Timothy Castagne played 89 minutes in Belgium's 1-1 friendly draw with Ivory Coast in Brussels.
Jonny Evans comes up against Edin Džeko as Northern Ireland beat Bosnia and Herzegovina in a penalty shootout.
Making his first appearance for France Under-21s, new Foxes signing Wesley Fofana played the full match as they beat Liechtenstein Under-21s 5-0 in a U21 EURO Qualifier.
A clean sheet for the new Fox was complemented by goals from Amine Gouiri (2), Jonathan Ikone, Romain Faivre and an own goal from Martin Marxer.
You can continue to keep up to date with how all of City's players fare on international duty by checking LCFC.com during October.
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