Mohamed Salah scored a superb winning goal for Egypt in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tunisia on Friday.
The Liverpool forward netted a decisive strike in the final minute of the match in Borg El Arab to earn the Pharaohs a vital 3-2 victory.
With the score tied, Salah completed a clever one-two to break through into the box before lifting a careful finish over the goalkeeper.
The result moved Egypt level on 12 points with Tunisia in qualifying Group J before their final fixture in the section, at Niger in March next year.
Georginio Wijnaldum was on target for the Netherlands, meanwhile, scoring the opening goal of their 2-0 win at home to France in the UEFA Nations League.
The midfielder struck a minute before the break at De Kuip, where he played 89 minutes and his Reds teammate and Dutch captain Virgil van Dijk the whole game. Memphis Depay added a second from the penalty spot in stoppage-time.
Alisson Becker and Roberto Firmino featured for 90 minutes as Brazil beat Uruguay 1-0 – Neymar the goalscorer – in a friendly held at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium; Fabinho was an unused substitute for Tite’s side.
There was frustration for goalkeeper Kamil Grabara as Poland U21s lost 1-0 to Portugal in the first leg of their European Championship qualifying play-off. They meet again on Tuesday.