Swansea City keeper Lukasz Fabianski's Poland held in opener
5th September 2016
Lukasz Fabianski and Poland experienced a dramatic start to their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.
The Swans keeper was between the sticks as his nation drew 2-2 in Kazakhstan, with Fabianski winning his 35th cap on Sunday.
Poland had led 2-0 going into the second half, but the hosts drew level with two goals in a seven-minute spell after the break.
At under-21 level, Daniel James made his debut for Wales as they went down to a 4-0 home defeat to Denmark.
The young winger came off the bench in the 52st minute to earn his first call up for his country in that age group.
Fellow Swans team-mates Josh Sheehan and Ryan Hedges - on loan at Newport County and Yeovil Town - both started as Geraint Williams' youngsters were beaten in Wrexham while Joe Rodon and Connor Roberts were among the unused subs.
Stephen Kingsley and Oliver McBurnie both featured as Scotland Under-21s fell to a 1-0 loss at the hands of Macedonia at Tynecastle.
Kingsley started while McBurnie was introduced just before the hour as Scotland succumbed to defeat to a Macedonia side who played the last 20 minutes with ten men following a sending off.
Gregor Zabret, meanwhile, was an unused substitute as Slovenia Under-21s lost 2-0 to Republic of Ireland.
Finally, Daniel Jefferies played the full 90 minutes as Wales Under-19s went down 2-1 to Iceland in Newport.
Kieran Evans and Liam Cullen both appeared off the bench while Jack Evans and Aaron Lewis were unused substitutes.
Swans players on international duty
Jefferson Montero - Ecuador
Peru (Sept 7)
Ki Sung-Yueng - Korea Republic
Syria (Sept 6)
Gylfi Sigurdsson - Iceland
Ukraine (Sept 5)
Neil Taylor - Wales
Moldova (Sept 5)
Joe Rodon; Daniel James; Josh Sheehan; Ryan Hedges; Connor Roberts - Wales U21s
Luxembourg (Sept 6)
Stephen Kingsley; Oliver McBurnie - Scotland U21s
Ukraine (Sept 6)
Marco Dulca - Romania U18s
Poland (Sept 5)
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