Jonas in action for Denmark as World Cup closes in
Jonas Knudsen earned his first cap for Denmark since joining Town while other Blues turned out for their respective national teams in the second round of fixtures during the international break.
Cameron Carter-Vickers also completed 90 minutes for USA and Kevin Bru skippered his Mauritius side to a 2-0 victory over Mongolia.
Jonas, who had three previous caps for his country, played the full 90 minutes as Denmark drew 0-0 with Chile at Aalborg Stadium.
Tottenham loanee Cameron earned his second senior international cap in USA’s 1-0 win over Paraguay in Cary, North Carolina.
Kevin, who scored in Mauritius’ 1-0 win over Macau last Thursday, won his 15th full cap and assisted his side’s second goal in Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar.
Town ‘keeper Michael Crowe was again in the Wales squad for their 1-0 China Cup final defeat to Uruguay, but was an unused substitute.
Elsewhere Bartosz Bialkowski, who made his senior Poland debut last Friday, was an unused substitute as his side beat South Korea 3-2 in a friendly in Chorzow.
Having made his Gibraltar U21s debut last week, Academy scholar Kian Ronan was on the bench as his side were beaten 5-0 by Russia in a European Championships qualifier.
Flynn Downes was an unused substitute as the England U19s, who were already guaranteed to top their European Championship elite group thanks to wins over Hungary and Latvia, lost 2-0 to Macedonia.