A number of Tottenham players have been involved in various World Cup qualifiers in recent days.
On Wednesday, Toby Alderweireld played 90 minutes as Belgium came from behind to beat a Wales side containing both Joe Rodon and Gareth Bale, who assisted Harry Wilson’s opener.
Elsewhere, Hugo Lloris won his 121st cap in France’s 1-1 draw with Ukraine in Saint-Denis, where Moussa Sissoko was an unused substitute.
Matt Doherty also played 90 minutes, but couldn’t help Republic of Ireland from slipping to a 3-2 defeat in their opening World Cup qualifier in Serbia, whilst Steven Bergwijn was an unused substitute for the Netherlands in their 4-2 loss against Turkey.
24 hours later, Oliver Skipp played the whole game as England Under-21s endured a difficult start to the European Under-21 Championships following a 1-0 loss to Switzerland – with Ryan Sessegnon a second-half substitute, although Japhet Tanganga wasn’t involved.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg featured for Denmark in their 2-0 victory in Israel and Harry Kane and Eric Dier were both unused substitutes as England thrashed San Marino at Wembley.