Moi Elyounoussi helped Norway to a late friendly win over Slovakia, before Tino Livramento played a big part in England's Under-21s thumping European Qualifying victory against Andorra.
It was another exciting evening for young full-back Livramento in familiar territory on the south coast.
The 19-year-old played the full 90 minutes and contributed two assists as Lee Carsley's side earned a vital victory in European Championship qualifying.
His first came after just six minutes, setting up Florian Balogun with a direct run from the right flank and a low cross towards the near post.
Further goals came via Jacob Ramsey and Morgan Gibbs-White, before Livramento's deep ball towards the far post was thumped home by Everton's Anthony Gordon to finalise a 4-1 win.
But the night started in Oslo at Ullevaal Stadion, where Elyounoussi played the duration of Norway's friendly with Slovakia.
It took a late flurry for the win to be secured, talisman Erling Haaland with the first on 77 minutes for Ståle Solbakken's side.
Arsenal midfielder and Norway captain Martin Ødegaard then confirmed victory just three minutes later.