- Wout Faes and Danny Ward featured in EURO qualifying wins for their countries
- Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi helped Nigeria to victory over Sao Tome and Principe
- Patson Daka scored in Zambia’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier draw with Comoros
- Harry Souttar netted for Australia during a friendly against Mexico
- Callum Doyle marked his England Under-21s debut with a goal
International duty concluded on Tuesday evening for the Foxes stars selected to represent their countries over the past few days.
There were back-to-back clean sheets and victories for centre-back Wout Faes as Belgium strengthened their position at the top of their UEFA EURO 2024 qualification pool.
Featuring throughout the 1-0 success over Azerbaijan, the defender also started an emphatic 5-0 victory against Estonia at Stade Roi Baudouin, playing the full 90 minutes in Brussels.
It was a comfortable win for the Red Devils on Tuesday.
The Red Devils have four wins from five in Group F. Now on 13 points, they remain ahead of second place Austria on goal difference.
Staying in Europe, Danny Ward was named in Wales’ starting XI to face Latvia by manager Rob Page, earning his 34th cap, with the Dragons desperate for a result to keep their qualification hopes alive.
And a 2-0 away win in Riga took them to seven points in Group D, three points behind Turkey in the second qualifying spot.
It was a second clean sheet in a week for Ward, who also played 90 minutes in a friendly with South Korea at Cardiff City Stadium, which ended goalless.
Lining up for the friendly in Cardiff.
Both players were replaced late on in the second half as the Super Eagles romped home to a 6-0 victory over their African counterparts at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, ensuring a first-place finish in Group A after five wins in six games.
Also in Africa Cup of Nations qualification, forward Patson Daka started and scored during Zambia's 1-1 draw against Comoros. The home side took the lead just before the break, but the Leicester man got his country back level when he found the net in the 71st minute.
The strike earned the Copper Bullets their first draw and keeps them above Côte d'Ivoire at the top of Group H on 13 points from six games, with qualification to next year’s prestigious tournament confirmed.
Callum Doyle is congratulated after netting for the Young Lions.
Harry Souttar was among the goals too, finding the net as Australia drew with Mexico in a friendly match at AT&T Stadium in the USA.
The Foxes defender started the match for the Socceroos and got himself on the scoresheet just 16 minutes in when a powerful header into the bottom left-hand corner gave his side the lead at the home of NFL side the Dallas Cowboys. It ended 2-2 in Texas.
Foxes defender Callum Doyle marked his first England Under-21s appearance with a goal as the Young Lions secured a 3-0 triumph over Luxembourg Under-21s on Monday.
Lee Carsley's side began the defence of the UEFA U21 European Championships title they won this summer with a routine win and Foxes loanee Doyle started as he made his debut at that age level, adding a goal on 58 minutes.
More international action for 20-year-old Cesare Casadei.
Elsewhere in EURO U21 qualifying, midfielder Cesare Casadei made two starts for Italy Under-21s as they picked up four points from their opening two fixtures to sit third in Group A.
Carmine Nunziata's side got their campaign up and running with a goalless draw against Latvia on Friday afternoon, which was followed by a 2-0 triumph over Turkey at Kocaeli Stadium.
Goalkeeper Mads Hermansen, meanwhile, was on the bench for both of Denmark’s Group H European qualifying matches as the Danes defeated San Marino 4-0 in Copenhagen before beating Finland 1-0 to keep them top of the group with 13 points. Having won youth international caps, Hermansen continues his wait for a first senior appearance.
Summer signing Abdul Fatawu was also an unused substitute as Ghana defeated Liberia 3-1 in a friendly at Ohene Djan Sports Stadium on Tuesday.
Development Squad midfielder Deniche Hill made an appearance as a late substitute in Bermuda's goalless draw with French Guiana at Dame Flora Duffy National Sports Centre, to pick up their first point in CONCACAF Nations League Group B.
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