International round-up

16th October

The international period proved hugely successful for the majority of Swans players involved in national action.
Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor helped Wales remain top of Group B after a 0-0 draw with Bosnia was followed up by a 2-1 win over Cyprus to boost their chances of qualifying for Euro 2016.
Gylfi Sigurdsson is joint top-scorer of the qualification campaign as he scored three goals in Iceland's latest matches.
The Swans midfielder opened the scoring in a 3-0 win over Latvia before notching both goals - one from the penalty spot - in a 2-0 victory against Holland to take his tally to four in three games.
Wilfried Bony was also on the scoresheet as the Ivory Coast beat Congo 2-1 in the first of their African Cup of Nations qualifiers, but Congo hit back in the reverse fixture on Wednesday.
Ivory Coast were looking to keep a stranglehold on second place in Group D, but two goals from Congo's Jeremy Bokila handed the Leopards a 4-3 win to leave Bony and his team-mates on six points - four behind group leaders Cameroon.

Ki Sung-Yueng starred for South Korea as they were 2-1 victors over Paraguay in a friendly, while he saw his late goal ruled out in a 3-1 defeat to Costa Rica.
Federico Fernandez featured for the whole 90 minutes as Argentina were beaten 2-0 by Brazil in a friendly staged in Beijing, while he was an unused substitute for the 7-0 victory over Hong Kong just days later.
Keeper Lukasz Fabianski was also on the bench for Poland's historic Euro qualifier victory over Germany and the draw with Scotland, while loanee Tom Carroll featured for the whole game in both matches as England Under-21s twice beat Croatia 2-1 to secure their place at the U21s Euro 2015 championships.
After an intense international window, the Swans contingent will now be focussing on Sunday's trip to Stoke City (4pm).