A look at those from the English top tier who made an impact this weekend
Players from the Premier League’s top sides impressed all over the world over during the International break, with stars from Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City all getting on the score-sheet.
United’s Robin Van Persie saved a point for the unbeaten Netherlands side, netting a last minute penalty against Estonia.
Gunners starlet Aaron Ramsey was also on target from the spot in Wales’ 2-1 defeat to Macedonia.
It was double delight for the north London club as Tomas Rosicky found the target in the Czech Republic’s 2-1 win over Armenia.
CIty’s Spanish forward Alarvo Negredo also grabbed a last minute goal for La Rojas against Finland.
There was good news in Merseyside too as Luis Suarez set about proving the forward isn’t at all rusty, despite not having played for the Reds all season.
The Uruguayan won and scored a penalty as the side beat Peru 2-1.
With Daniel Sturridge having been ruled out of the Ukraine game, manager Brendan Rogers will be pleased to know the Northern Irishman has more than one in-form striker, even if Suarez is stilled banned.
Kevin Mirallas got the winger’s name on the score-sheet as Belguim beat Scotland 2-0 at Hampden Park.
Everton have drawn two out of three of their opening games 0-0 so Mirallas’ goal will be good news for Martinez.
Chelsea’s Ramires headed in against Australia as Brazil demolished the Aussies 6-0.
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