Joe Gomez made his senior England debut as he came on as a substitute in their goalless draw with Germany at Wembley on Friday night.
The Liverpool defender was introduced after 25 minutes in place of Phil Jones and played the remainder of the friendly.
Emre Can also figured in the contest for Die Mannschaft, entering the fray on 67 in London.
Elsewhere, Sadio Mane helped secure World Cup qualification for the first time in 16 years for Senegal as they beat South Africa 2-0.
The forward was instrumental in his country’s success at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, laying on an assist for Diafra Sakho for the opening goal, before seeing his shot saved by Itumeleng Khune only to rebound into the net off Thamsanqa Mkhize.
Meanwhile, Ben Woodburn came on as a 63rd minute substitute for Wales in their 2-0 friendly defeat to France in Paris – a fifth cap for the Reds youngster, with Danny Ward an unused substitute.
Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino also remained on the bench in Brazil’s 3-1 defeat of Japan in Lille, as did Marko Grujic as Serbia overcame China 2-0.
On-loan Divock Origi was a second-half substitute for Belgium in a 3-3 thriller with Mexico, with Simon Mignolet was unused.
In U21 European Championships qualifying, Dominic Solanke scored for England in a 2-0 victory against Ukraine in Keiv. Trent Alexander-Arnold wasn’t called upon by the Young Lions.