Who has been doing the business for their country?
Here's our run through of Premier League goalscorers in the international friendlies which may matter to you.
Ciaran Clark and Wes Hoolahan (Ireland 2-0 v Poland)
Giovanni Trappatoni is a pretty divisive figure in Ireland, and could ill-afford a defeat, so he would have welcomed his side's 2-0 win. Aston Villa defender Ciaran Clark put aside his club's troubles to score his first ever international goal from a corner in the first half. Wes Hoolahan rounded off the win with a late cushioned volley, leaving Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny sprawling.
Nikica Jelavic and Mladen Petric (Croatia 4-0 v South Korea)
Croatia demolished South Korea in a convincing 4-0 win at Craven Cottage in front of 12,000 supporters. Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring, followed by Dario Srna on his 100th cap, and then the Premier League boys took over. Everton's Nikica Jelavic came off the bench to hit a third, before Mladen Petric rounded off the win at his home ground.
Eden Hazard (Belgium 2-1 Slovakia)
Itching at the chance to play after his recent suspension due to 'ballboy gate' and took just 10 minutes to open the scoring, slotting home from the penalty spot. Slovakia did hit an equaliser before Zenit St Peterburg defender Nicolas Lombaerts popped up with a late winner.
Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney (England 2-1 v Brazil)
It was just like watching Brazil, except England were the exciting team and the visitors at Wembley failed to live up to their pre-match hype. Luiz Scolari certainly has a job on his hands ahead of 2014, as shown by the scramble in defence which let Wayne Rooney fire home from the edge of the box, after Theo Walcott's blocked effort left Julio Cesar scrambling. Former Lyon striker Fred capitalised on a Gary Cahill error early in the second half to equalise, before Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard curled in a winner midway through the second half for a memorable result for the hosts.
Antonio Valencia (Ecuador 3-2 Portugal)
In a battle between Manchester United number seven's past and present, Antonio Valencia got one over on Cristiano Ronaldo. Away side Ecuador picked up a memorable win, with Valencia setting the tone with a goal as early as the second minute. Cristiano Ronaldo struck an equaliser midway through the first half. Former Spurs striker Helder Postiga gave Portugal a 2-1 lead, but an own goal tied the game up before an old Manchester City forward, Felipe Caicedo netted the winner.
Jonas Olsson and Sergio Aguero (Sweden 2-3 v Argentina)
After a deflected Gonzalo Higuain strike put Argentina 1-0 up in the third minute, Sweden's Jonas Olsson rose highest at a corner to head home a first half equaliser. The good news for the Swedes didn't last long; just two minutes later a swift Argentina counter attack resulted in Sergio Aguero chipping the ball over their goalkeeper and restoring the away side's lead. Higuain added a third minutes later before former Liverpool target Rasmus Elm closed the deficit in injury time. Wigan's Franco di Santo also got a late run out for the visitors.
Gareth Bale (Wales 2-1 v Austria)
Gareth Bale continued his recent outstanding form for club and country, netting his 7th goal in his last nine internationals. He latched onto a Joe Allen through ball before finishing convincingly. Bale then created a chance for Burnley's Sam Vokes who put Wales two goals ahead, before being subbed at the hour mark. Austria pulled back a late goal to make in 2-1.
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