Just a trio Millwall players were involved in international action for their countries this past week. Here is a round-up of how they all got on.

Iceland: Jon Dadi Bodvarsson (44 caps)

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson scored – and laid on another – in Iceland’s convincing 3-0 win against Moldova in Euro 2020 qualifying.

He teed up Kolbeinn Sigthorsson for the opener before rounding off the scoring after Aston Villa’s Birkir Bjarnason put the hosts two up.

Bodvarsson would also play 90 minutes in Iceland’s 4-2 Euro 2020 qualifying defeat in Albania, where they conceded twice in five minutes and see Albania seal the win.

Iceland did not lead the entire game, and instead were forced to equalise twice following goals from Kastriot Dermaku and Elseid Hysaj. Two unanswered goals from Odise Roshi and Sokol Cikalleshi were the decisive blows.

Republic of Ireland under-21s: Jayson Molumby (7 youth caps at this level)

Jayson Molumby grabbed two assists as Republic of Ireland’s under-21s came back from a goal down to beat Sweden in Euro 2021 qualifying.

Trailing to a Mattias Svanberg goal at half-time, Celtic teenager Jonathan Afolabi levelled the scores after Brighton forward Aaron Connolly missed a penalty.

QPR defender Conor Masterson headed home from Molumby’s corner before the Millwall midfielder laid on the assist for Troy Parrott’s injury time strike.

Molumby, who captained Ireland in the Sweden victory, also played 90 minutes in their narrow 1-0 win against Armenia a few days earlier.

Newport County loanee Danny McNamara was on the bench for both of Ireland's games but did not play.

Northern Ireland: Shane Ferguson (40 caps)

Shane Ferguson was an unused substitute in Northern Ireland’s Euro 2020 2-0 defeat to Germany, as Serge Gnabry and Marcel Halstenberg were on target for the 2014 World Cup winners.

It came days after he played the full match in Norn Iron’s narrow 1-0 friendly win against Luxembourg – thanks to a bizarre Kevin Malget own goal in which he headed the ball into his own net.