It was a busy day for Tottenham on the international stage on Tuesday.
Both Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko played 90 minutes as France booked their place at next October’s Nations League finals with a 4-2 victory over Sweden in Saint-Denis.
Meanwhile, Sergio Regulion was left out of the Spain squad for their thumping win against Germany, although it remains unclear whether the left-back is injured, has contracted COVID-19 or was just rested.
Heung Min Son claimed an assist in South Korea’s win over Qatar, as did Oliver Skipp in England U21s mauling of Albania – with Brandon Austin an unused substitute.
Serge Aurier captained Ivory Coast to a victory in their ACON qualifier against Madagascar, whilst Davinson Sanchez’s Colombia are currently 4-0 down in their South American World Cup qualifier against Ecuador.
The final day of internationals will see Welsh trio Joe Rodon, Ben Davies and Gareth Bale all in action against Finland, whilst Eric Dier, Harry Winks and Harry Kane’s England complete their Nations League programme against Iceland at Wembley tomorrow.
Toby Alderweireld’s Belgium host Denmark, too.