Manchester City have 14 senior players on international duty this month. 101GreatGoals takes a look at how all 14 got one during the second set of matches.
Kalvin Phillips – Got 90 minutes under his belt vs Scotland. Did little of note but had a solid game with no mistakes.
Kyle Walker – Provided an assist as England ran out 3-1 winners over Scotland.
Phil Foden – Impressed on a rare England start, scoring the opening goal of the game before being taken off after 72 minutes.
Jeremy Doku – Provided one assist and completed six of eight dribbles attempted in a 5-0 win over Estonia.
Bernardo Silva – Silva provided one assist as Portugal smashed Luxembourg 9-0. He was subbed off after 61 minutes.
Ruben Dias – Dias completed 90 minutes vs Luxembourg but the one-sided nature of the tie meant he had little to do.
Nathan Ake – Completed 90 minutes in a 2-1 win over the Republic of Ireland. Ake was not dribbled past all game and won most of his duels.
Josko Gvardiol – Made two clearances, one block and one interception in a 1-0 over Armenia.
Mateo Kovacic – Left on the bench vs Armenia.
Rodri – Provided an assist and completed 102 of his 108 attempted passes in a 6-0 win over Cyprus.
Erling Haaland – Scored the opening goal for Norway in a 2-1 win over Georgia.
Manuel Akanji – Made three clearances, two tackles and won five duels in a 3-0 win over Andorra.
Julian Alvarez – Played 85 minutes vs Bolivia but only had one shot and did not attempt a single dribble.
Ederson – Kept a clean sheet vs Peru but did not have to make a single save.