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Spain was on the wrong end of a trauma Nations League loss in Ukraine, Luis Enrique’s side remain top of the group as rivals Germany recovered to draw 3-3 in Cologne.
The Rangers midfielder starred in the victory over Bulgaria.
The Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo will miss Portugal’s Nations League clash with Sweden.
McLaughlin did not feature in Northern Ireland’s 5-1 home defeat to Norway last month, when Haaland scored two and created two more, but saw enough from the sidelines.
England came from behind to defeat the number one ranked team in the world by FIFA at Wembley on Sunday.
Brooks was a second-half substitute in Sunday’s goalless draw against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.
The 20-year-old Connolly was withdrawn hours before kick-off in Bratislava.
The Cardiff striker has been booked twice in three Nations League games.
Dara O’Shea could be thrust straight into the heat of Nations League battle after being drafted into the Republic of Ireland.
Marcus Rashford toasting his MBE with the equaliser, before Mason Mount’s deflected effort earned a 2-1 victory Nations League.
James McClean was dismissed late on for a second bookable offence but the visitors could not take advantage.
Republic of Ireland One unnamed player has tested positive and four others – understood to be John Egan, Callum Robinson, O’Dowda and Alan Browne – have been stood down.
The Swiss defence gifted Spain their goal in the 14th minute.
The Manchester United striker was honoured for his efforts in helping secure free meals for vulnerable children.
Aaron Ramsey and David Brooks among talking points. Ryan Giggs’ side won their opening two Nations League games in September but must bounce back from defeat to England.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Bukayo Saka, Harvey Barnes,The Three Lions boss Southgate has handed out eight debuts across the last two fixtures.
The Switzerland international had been self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19 ahead of Wednesday’s friendly defeat to Croatia.
Jonny Evans has been named in a strong 26-man Northern Ireland squad for the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off game against Bosnia and Herzegovina and UEFA Nations League matches against Austria and Norway.
Roberto Martinez’s side visit Wembley on October 11.
They face a Euro 2020 qualifying play-off away to Bosnia and Herzegovina on October 8.
Mason Greenwood 18-year-old Manchester United striker and Manchester City’s Phil Foden, 20, were removed from the England squad.
Ryan Christie’s penalty won it for Steve Clarke’s side, who had to come from behind.
Les Bleus face Croatia in the Nations League on Tuesday night.
Paddy McNair’s fifth-minute equaliser was only a temporary reprieve for the hosts in Belfast.
The Nations League tie is due to take place in Copenhagen on Tuesday night.
Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood are the latest names on a long list of players to make an early departure.
The Three Lions boss has worked with a back three in some training sessions.
Elsewhere, Finland substitue Fredrik Jensen scored just 18 seconds after his introduction against the Republic of Ireland.
Ireland were spared further damage by keeper Darren Randolph in Dublin.
The 19-year-old scored his first goal in senior football against Bulgaria in stoppage time.