Bart leads Town players on country duty
Bartosz Bialkowski made his senior Poland debut while other Blues turned out for their respective countries over the weekend.
Bersant Celina, Dylan Crowe, Flynn Downes, Kevin Bru and Kian Ronan were also involved in international action.
Bart came on as a half-time substitute in Poland’s 1-0 defeat to Nigeria in Wroclaw on Friday.
The 30-year-old, who had been called up to the Poland senior side for the first time in his career, conceded the only goal of the game following a 61st minute penalty from Chelsea’s Victor Moses.
Manchester City loanee Bersant played the full 90 minutes to earn his ninth senior cap as Kosovo beat Madagascar 1-0 in a friendly in Paris on Saturday.
Full-back Dylan Crowe, 16, won his fifth England U17s cap on Friday as the Three Lions were beaten 1-0 by Brazil in Murcia, Spain.
Midfielder Flynn, who is on loan at Luton for the remainder of the season, played 90 minutes as his England U19s side won the second game of their European Championships elite qualifying mini-group 3-0 against Latvia on Saturday.
Mauritius captain Kevin was on the scoresheet on Thursday in a 1-0 friendly victory over Macau.
First-year scholar Ronan played 32 minutes to earn his first U21s cap for Gibraltar in a 6-0 European Championships qualifying loss at home to Serbia on Friday.
Elsewhere Jonas Knudsen was an unused substitute on Thursday as his Denmark side beat World Cup-debutants Panama 1-0 in an international friendly and Michael Crowe was also an unused substitute for Wales, who defeated China 6-0 in the China Cup, also on Thursday.