It was a good night for Burnley’s goalkeepers on a busy night of international action.

Nick Pope started as a much-changed England side ran out 3-0 winners against Wales in a Wembley friendly.

His Turf Moor understudy Bailey Peacock-Farrell was in competitive action and saved a spot kick as Northern Ireland progressed in their Euro 2020 play-off semi-final on penalties against Bosnia-Herzegovina, winning 4-3 after the game had ended 1-1.

Elsewhere, Robbie Brady scored for the Republic of Ireland in their semi-final shoot-out against Slovakia but Stephen Kenny’s side went out 4-2 after a 0-0 draw.

Northern Ireland will now host Slovakia in November for a place in next summer’s delayed finals.

England are of course already there and there was a real Clarets flavour to Gareth Southgate’s side to face the Welsh.

Kieran Trippier captained a team that also included fellow old boys Michael Keane and Danny Ings.

Ings scored England’s final goal, his first for his country on his first start, with a fine overhead kick.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Connor Coady were also on target.

Pope, making his third appearance and first at Wembley, produced a polished display as he continues to put pressure on Jordan Pickford in his bid to be Southgate’s No.1.

Away from the home nations, Johann Berg Gudmundsson played 82 minutes of Iceland’s 2-1 win over Romania.