International round-up: Highs and lows for Hull’s players
More Hull City players picked up caps for their countries in the last two days as European World Cup qualifying continued and the final friendly for the England U-18s side was played.
Andrew Robertson played the full game as Scotland beat Slovenia 1-0 at Hampden Park. Allan McGregor was an unused substitute.
Scotland’s triumph puts the side on seven points after five matches and one point behind its opponents in fourth place in Group F. The country is two points behind second-placed Slovakia and six behind group leaders England.
Kamil Grosicki played 96 minutes in Poland’s 2-1 win over Montenegro, being replaced by Slawomir Peszko late in second-half stoppage time.
Poland’s win puts the side six points clear of its opponents at the top of Group E with 13 points and keeps an undefeated streak going after five games.
Adama Diomande came on as a second-half substitute after 63 minutes as Norway lost 2-0 to Northern Ireland.
This result leaves Norway in fifth place in Group C on three points, four points adrift of fourth-place Azerbaijan. It is seven points behind second-placed Northern Ireland and a massive 12 points behind top side Germany.
Josh Tymon played the full match as England U-18s beat Qatar 4-0 in Doha in the last of three friendlies matches in the country.
These were the final matches for these players before they return to Hull ahead of this weekend’s Premier League match against West Ham at the KCOM Stadium.