It was another busy night for Manchester City's men across Europe, with nine getting minutes for their national teams.
Here's a quick round-up of how they did...
Raheem Sterling, John Stones, Kyle Walker and Phil Foden all started England's World Cup qualifier against Albania- and Sterling played a crucial role in England's second goal of the game. Foden was subbed off late on, while his three teammates completed the full match.
Overall, there were no injury worries and a clean sheet- job done!
Eric García and Ferran Torres started for Spain vs Georgia, and the latter scored an equaliser just before the hour mark to help his team towards securing a crucial win. No clean sheet this time but, more importantly, no injury concerns!
Rodri was rested for this one and was named among the substitutes.
Ilkay Gundogan started again against Romania, having scored in their last match. He helped his side keep a clean sheet in a 1-0 win and played the full match.
Yet again, Oleksandr Zinchenko captained his side from the first whistle against Finland. He completed the 90 with no issues but could only manage a 1-1 draw, following a late Teemu Pukki strike from the penalty spot.
Zack Steffen once again started for the USMNT in their friendly against Northern Ireland, but conceded the captain's armband to Christian Pulisic. He also conceded a late goal as the Stars and Stripes hung on for the win.
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