There were mixed fortunes for Liverpool players on international duty during their Sunday fixtures.

Virgil van Dijk captained the Netherlands as they lost 2-1 away to World Cup winners France in the UEFA Nations League. Georginio Wijnaldum also started for the Dutch and both played the full 90 minutes.

Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring for Les Bleus before ex-Red Ryan Babel levelled, but Chelsea striker Oliver Giroud scored a brilliant volley to claim the winner.

On-loan Ben Woodburn came on as a 79th-minute substitute as Wales lost 2-0 away to Denmark in their Nations League tie. Harry Wilson remained on the bench.

Sadio Mane started for Senegal as they were held to a 2-2 draw away to Madagascar in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

There was good news for Naby Keita as Guinea recorded a 1-0 win over Central African Republic in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Curtis Jones was in excellent form as he helped England U18s win the Lafarge Foot tournament, after a 2-1 win over France. The final game on Sunday came on the back of successive 3-0 wins over the Netherlands and Russia.

U23s striker Liam Millar won another senior cap as he played the opening 69 minutes as Canada swept aside the US Virgin Islands 8-0, in a Concacaf Nations League qualifying tie.

Academy duo Neco Williams and Morgan Boyes helped Wales U19s beat Ireland U19s 1-0 at Longford Town FC. U23s striker Glen McAuley started for Ireland. The teams meet again in Galway on Tuesday.