International round-up

17th November

Swans duo Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor played starring roles for Wales as they held Belgium to a 0-0 draw in Brussels.
Both featured for the whole match as the world's fourth-ranked side failed to break down the resurgent Wales defence, with Chris Coleman's side now on eight points from four games in Group B.
Gylfi Sigurdsson started for Iceland but couldn't prevent them from going down 2-1 against the Czech Republic.
This defeat means Iceland sit second in Group A - three points behind the Czech Republic.
Wilfried Bony failed to feature for the Ivory Coast as they thumped Sierra Leone 5-1 in Abidjan thanks to four second-half goals.
The Ivory Coast next host Cameroon on Wednesday in a key game towards their hopes of qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations.
Lukasz Fabianski was an unused substitute as Poland won 4-0 in Georgia while Ki Sung-Yueng didn't appear for South Korea in their 1-0 win over Jordan.
Giancarlo Gallifuoco started as Australia U23s were beaten 3-1 by China. The centre-back had also been on the bench days earlier as his nation held Brazil to a 2-2 draw.
Meanwhile, loanee Tom Carroll appeared for the full 90 minutes in England U21s' 3-1 win over Portugal.
Carroll is expected to again be in action tonight as Gareth Southgate's side take on France.