Find out how the 12 Paris Saint-Germain internationals got on playing for their respective national teams with our international wrap:
ALPHONSE AREOLA / PRESNEL KIMPEMBE / LAYVIN KURZAWA / KYLIAN MBAPPÉ - FRANCE
France boasted four Paris players in Alphonse Areola, Presnel Kimpembe, Layvin Kurzawa and Kylian Mbappé and played its first two UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers. Kurzawa and Mbappé both started the 4-1 win over Moldova in the Stadionul Zimbru in Chisinau on Thursday, and also the 4-0 win over Iceland three days later at the Stade de France. And the Rouge et Bleu forward found the back of the net in both matches as well as providing two assists against Iceland. Presnel Kimpembe was a second-half substitute in the second match. With two wins from two, Les Bleus currently top Group H, level with Turkey.
JUAN BERNAT - SPAIN
La Roja and Juan Bernat also began their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with back to back wins. Spain defeated Norway 2-1 on Saturday in the Estadi de Mestalla in Valencia, and then beat Malta 2-0 in the National Stadium in Ta’ Qali three days later. Spain are top of Group F, two points ahead of Sweden. The Paris Saint-Germain defender started the second match in Malta.
MARCO VERRATTI - ITALY
Italy and Marco Verratti also had to UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers during the international break. The Squadra Azzurra beat Finland 2-0 on Saturday at the Stadio Friuli in Udine, and then accounted for Liechtenstein 6-0 three days later at the Stadio Ennio Tardini in Parma. Italy are top of Group J, two points to the good of Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Paris No.6 scored his second international goal and first in four years, against Liechtenstein.
THILO KEHRER - GERMANY
The Mannschaft with Thilo Kehrer began the international break with a 1-1 friendly draw with Serbia, on Wednesday at the Volkswagen-Arena in Wolfsburg. Four days later they opened their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 3-2 win over the Netherlands in the Johan Cruijff ArenA. They sit second in Group C, three points behind Northern Ireland, but with a match in hand. The Paris Saint-Germain defender came on in the first match and played the full 90 minutes in the second.
ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING - CAMEROON
The Indomitable Lions and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting booked their place at the Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019 courtesy of a 3-0 win over Comoros on Saturday in the Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo in Yaoundé. On the day of his 30th birthday, the Paris forward opened the scoring for Cameroon. The win saw them finish second in their group, ahead of Morocco on goal difference.
MARQUINHOS / THIAGO SILVA - BRÉSIL
Two friendly matches in Europe were on the menu for the Seleção with Marquinhos and Thiago Silva. Brazil first drew 1-1 with Panama in the Estadio do Dragão in Porto on Saturday - a match watched in person by Neymar Jr - before defeating the Czech Republic 3-1 three days later in the Eden Aréna in Prague. The two Paris Saint-Germain defenders watched the first game from the bench before playing the full 90 minutes of the second match.
LEANDRO PAREDES - ARGENTINA
The Albiceleste featuring Leandro Paredes also began their international week in Europe with a 3-1 friendly loss to Venezuela in the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid. Lionel Scaloni's men then defeated Morocco 1-0 in the Stade Ibn-Batouta in Tangiers three days later. Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Paredes started both matches.
MOUSSA DIABY - FRANCE U20
France U20 and Moussa Diaby had three friendly matches in Spain during the internatiohnal break. At the Pinatar Arena in San Pedro del Pinatar, Les Bleus defeated Argentina 1-0 on the Wednesday, before drawing 2-2 with the USA on the Friday and then recording a 3-1 win over Korea on Monday. The Paris No.27 came off the bench against the USA and started the other two games, scoring his country's three goals in the win over Korea.