It was a mixed evening for Derby County winger Kamil Jozwiak as he netted his first international goal for Poland in their UEFA Nations League clash against the Netherlands.
He put his side ahead in the fifth minute of the game following a superb solo run and finish. Jozwiak outpaced one defender before cutting inside and beating the goalkeeper at his near post to put Poland ahead.
However, he would end up on the losing side as the visitors turned the game on its head in the second half.
A penalty from Memphis Depay drew the Netherlands level before Gini Wijnaldum scored with six minutes remaining to consign Poland to a third-placed finish in Group A1.
Derby's wideman played the full 90 minutes for Poland and was booked in the 76th minute.
Elsewhere, Derby County Academy graduate Jason Knight made his first competitive start for the Republic of Ireland senior squad in their goalless draw against Bulgaria.
Knight, who earned his third international cap for Stephen Kenny’s side, played the full 90 minutes and impressed throughout as Ireland avoided relegation to League C.
A point was enough to keep them in League B as they finished third, a point ahead of Bulgaria who were relegated.
Speaking after the game, Knight said: "I loved it. I wanted to play as much as I could and get on the ball and hopefully I can get a few more opportunities if I keep playing well at club level."
Meanwhile, Scotland’s international period ended in frustration after losing 1-0 to Israel which saw them surrender top spot in Group B2.
Rams goalkeeper David Marshall played the full 90 minutes but could not stop his side from falling to defeat. Manor Solomon scored the only goal for Israel just before half time as the Scots were overtaken by the Czech Republic at the top of the table.
That defeat means they miss out on promotion to League A.
And, finally, Tom Lawrence earned his 22nd cap for Wales as he was introduced as a second half substitute in their 3-1 UEFA Nations League victory over Finland.
He replaced Tottenham Hotspur forward Gareth Bale as Wales secured promotion to League A, finishing top of their group with 16 points out of a possible 18.
All international players will now return to Derby County following the conclusion of the international period.