Find out who makes it into the fanatix best team.
It was a bumper weekend of international football so fanatix takes a look at the best Premier League stars in action for their countries.
GK – Begovic (Stoke City)
The goalkeeper put in another good performance for Bosnia and despite the nation losing the match to Slovakia 0-1, the 26-year-old kept the opposition out until very late on.
RB – McAuley (West Bromwich Albion)
May seem a strange choice when McAuley’s side Northern Ireland let in four goals during a 2-4 loss to Portugal, but everything good going forward came through the Baggies full-back.
LB – Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur)
Admittedly Vertonghen generally operates as a centre-back now, but the Belgian’s skill going forward makes the defender a great left-back and the Spurs ace looked in good form during a 0-2 victory over Scotland.
CB – Mertesacker (Arsenal)
The German seems to be going from strength to strength and in a 3-0 victory over Austria Mertesacker proved that the centre-back is quickly becoming a world-class defender.
CB – Evans (Manchester United)
Another from the Northern Irish team that conceded four but like McAuley, Evans looked strong on the ball and was always fighting a losing battle against Cristiano Ronaldo.
CM – De Bruyne (Chelsea)
The 22-year-old is like a new signing for the Blues after returning from a loan spells with Genk and Werder Bremen this summer and with a Man of the Match performance against the Scots, could be a supreme talent at Stamford Bridge.
CM – Gerrard (Liverpool)
At 33-years-old the England skipper is still pulling the strings for club and country and opened the scoring during the Three Lions’ 4-0 rout of Moldova.
CM – Ramsey (Arsenal)
Like Mertesacker the Gunners starlet is growing into a talented top flight player this term and Ramsey’s penalty and great work in midfield was one of few positives for Wales in a 2-1 loss.
RW – Moses (Liverpool)
The Reds seem to have struck gold with the shrewd loan signing of Moses from Chelsea, as the Nigerian netted from the spot in a comfortable 2-0 victory for the nation.
LW – Welbeck (Manchester United)
Arguably the forward plays better for England than for United and Welbeck netted another two goals for the country, before picking up an undeserved yellow card that will keep the attacker out of the Ukraine match on Tuesday.
ST – Negredo (Manchester City)
Starting to become something of a super-sub, the City striker came off the bench to score Spain’s second in a 0-2 win over Finland to leave the nation comfortably at the top of their World Cup qualifying group.