Kristoffer Ajer played 90 minutes as Norway cruised to a resounding 4-0 win away at Cyprus in their Euro 2024 qualifying group.

The Bees man featured at centre-back and was as assured as ever in possession, recording 98 passes and 100 touches, as he dictated play from the back.

An Erling Haaland brace was sandwiched between strikes from Alexander Sørloth and Fredrik Aursnes, as Norway continue to chase down both Spain and Scotland in Group A.

Stale Solbakken's side are two points behind Spain in second, who have a game in hand, and five points behind Scotland, with two games to play in the pool.

Aaron Hickey - Spain 2 Scotland 0

Scotland currently remain top of Group A, despite defeat to Spain in Seville.

Hickey - who impressively switched from right-back to left-back during the clash - played 90 minutes for Steve Clarke's side, who thought they went ahead against the European giants, but Scott McTominay's free-kick was controversially ruled out.

Two late goals from Alvaro Morata and Oihan Sancet secured the points for the hosts.

Thomas Strakosha - Albania 3 Czechia 0

Albania cemented their place at the top of their Euro 2024 qualifying group with an emphatic 3-0 win over Czechia.

Bees keeper Strakosha was an unused sub, as Jasir Asani's strike was followed by two in the second half by Taulant Seferi.

Strakosha has started two of Albania's six Group E games.

Bryan Mbeumo - Russia 1 Cameroon 0

Mbeumo played 75 minutes as Cameroon were beaten 1-0 by Russia in a friendly in Moscow.

Fedor Chalov scored the only goal of the game for the hosts.

Cameroon, who qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations during the last international break, take on Senegal on Monday.

Matt Cox - England Under-21s 9 Serbia Under-21s 1

England U21s romped to a 9-1 over Serbia U21s in their second U21 Euro 2025 qualifying game, equalling their biggest-ever goal tally in a single game.

Jaden Philogene, Liam Delap, Harvey Elliott, Noni Madueke and Jonathan Rowe all find the net for the Young Lions at Nottingham Forest's City Ground.

Cox didn't make the squad for the victory, but will be hoping to make his U21 debut against Ukraine U21s on Monday.

Yehor Yarmoliuk - Luxembourg Under-21s 0 Ukraine Under-21s 3

And Ukraine U21s head into that game against England U21s on the back of a comfortable 3-0 win over Luxembourg U21s.

Yarmoliuk came on in the 43rd minute of the win, with the scores at 0-0 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.

Ihor Krasnopir, Bohdan Viunnyk and Illya Kvasnytsya netted for the young Ukraine side, which ensured they kept up their 100 per cent record in U21 Euro 2025 qualifying.

Michael Olakigbe - Romania Under-20s 2 England's Elite League squad 0

Despite dominating much of their game with Romania, England’s Elite League squad found themselves on the wrong side of a 2-0 defeat in Bucharest.

Formerly known as the U20s, the England Elite League squad is open to players born between 1 January 2002 and 31 December 2004.

Olakigbe came on in the 69th minute of the defeat and will be hoping for more minutes against Portugal U20s at Stadium MK next week.