- Ben Chilwell and Harry Maguire helped England to a first away win in Spain in over three decades
- The Leicester City defenders both completed 90 minutes in the 3-2 UEFA Nations League victory in Seville
- Jonny Evans also featured as Northern Ireland faced Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo
The Three Lions defeated the 2010 World Cup winners 3-2 in Seville to earn their first win in the UEFA Nations League, as Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling netted either side of Marcus Rashford’s neat finish.
Chilwell made his second start in the space of four days for England, while Maguire took his caps tally to 16 for his nation. Midfielder James Maddison was an unused substitute in the memorable triumph.
In the same competition, Jonny Evans completed 90 minutes in the heart of defence for Northern Ireland against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
However, the City centre-back’s side were defeated 2-0 after former Manchester City frontman Edin Džeko scored a brace in Sarajevo.
Leicester City centre back Jonny Evans lines up for Northern Ireland against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Development Squad goalkeeper Viktor Johansson’s Sweden Under-20s side drew 1-1 with Russia Under-20s, while Filip Benković – on loan at Scottish Premiership champions Celtic – was an unused substitute during Croatia Under-21s’ 4-0 win over San Marino Under-21s.
City’s representation on the international stage ends on Tuesday, when as many as 10 stars could be in action.
Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria), Wilfred Ndidi (Nigeria), Rachid Ghezzal (Algeria), Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark), Andy King (Wales), Danny Ward (Wales), George Thomas (Wales), Harvey Barnes (England Under-21s), Alex Pascanu (Romania Under-21s) and Daniel Iversen (Denmark Under-21s) may all feature for their sides.
As always, you can keep up-to-date with the Foxes’ international stars right here on LCFC.com.
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