Eight players feature for their countries
Several Leeds United players were in action in their last games on international duty, here we take a look at how they got on.
Stuart Dallas impressed for Northern Ireland despite their 2-0 defeat to 2014 World Cup winners Germany. Dallas played in his newly adopted right back position, completing several crosses and overlaps, as he completed the full 90 minutes.
Liam Cooper had a tough evening against number one ranked side in the world Belgium, as Scotland were defeated 4-0 at Hampden Park.
Eddie Nketiah played 76 minutes in England Under-21s 2-0 victory over Kosovo Under-21s. Nketiah was instrumental in England’s attacking play and almost got himself on the score sheet.
Ezgjan Alioski helped North Macedonia pick up a crucial three points against Latvia in their bid to qualify for the 2020 European Championships. Alioski finished the full 90 minutes in their 2-0 win.
Mateusz Klich started on the bench for Poland in their home fixture against Austria. Klich replaced Jakub Blaszczykowski with 13 minutes to go, but couldn’t help his side break the deadlock and the fixture ended 0-0.
Jack Clarke was the hero for the England Under-20s as he won the game with a 93rd minute header, as the Young Lions beat Switzerland Under-20s 1-0 away from home. Jamie Shackleton also participated in this fixture as he completed 76 minutes in the midfield.
Fresh from scoring in his last England game, Ryan Edmondson came on with 10 minutes to go as he replaced Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones, in England Under-19s 1-0 defeat away to arch rivals Germany Under-19s. This fixture was a sell out and the attendance was an impressive 3,695.
Nohan Kenneh was a late substitute as the England Under-18s secured their place in the Syrenka Cup Final with a 4-2 victory over Austria. The Young Lions face Poland in the final of the competition on Tuesday afternoon.