And both could feature for their respective countries again tomorrow
Wes Burns made his second appearance for Wales at the weekend as Robert Page's side claimed a dramatic draw against Belgium in the UEFA Nations League.
The Town wideman, who made his international debut against Poland at the beginning of the month, was introduced from the bench in the 73rd minute.
Youri Tielemans had opened the scoring for the visitors in Cardiff before Brennan Johnson equalised with four minutes remaining, the 1-1 stalemate securing The Dragons' first point in Nations League Group A4 after three outings.
Wes will be aiming to pick up his third cap when Wales face the Netherlands away from home tomorrow evening [Tuesday, 7.45pm kick-off] in the same competition.
Elkan Baggott was also in international action over the weekend as he played the full 90 minutes for Indonesia in their 1-0 defeat against Jordan in an AFC Asian Cup qualifier.
The centre-back has now racked up nine caps and will be hoping to make it into double figures for his country when Indonesia face Nepal tomorrow night [Tuesday, 8.15pm kick-off].
Netherlands vs Wales - 7.45pm - UEFA Nations League
Indonesia vs Nepal - 8.15pm - AFC Asian Cup qualification
Photo credit: FA Wales & PSSI