Callum Wilson earned a fourth England cap on Monday night as he came on in the 6-0 away victory against Bulgaria.
The striker came on in the 76th minute, replacing Marcus Rashford, and came within a whisker of a second England goal with a late chance that hit the upright.
Wilson's appearance saw him share the field with former Cherries defender Tyrone Mings who made his England debut in Sofia, the win taking the Three Lions within a point of confirming their Euro 2020 qualification.
What a result tonight under difficult circumstances. Our football did the talking !! Congrats @OfficialTM_3 on your debut bro. Nice to share the pitch with you for our country 🙌🏽❤🏴— Callum Wilson (@CallumWilson) October 14, 2019
P.s should have added to my england tally 😬🤦🏽♂ pic.twitter.com/QV57FfSbFB
Elsewhere, under-18s left-back Ben Greenwood made his debut, starting for Ireland under-19s as they lost 2-0 to Denmark in Sligo.
On Sunday, Harry Wilson appeared in Wales' 1-1 draw with Croatia, the on-loan winger coming on in the 68th minute and replacing Jonathan Williams as Ryan Giggs' side picked up what could prove to be an important point.