THE international break is already in full swing for Cherries' international stars, who have gone away all the world during this break. 

From senior World Cup qualifying to learning the international trade at youth levels - we've detailed how they got on. 

Thursday, October 7 

Morgan Rogers

Morgan Rogers appeared from the bench for England under-20s as they played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in Chesterfield.

Son of Paulo Maldini and highly rated 19-year-old forward Daniel put Italy ahead in the first half, before ex-Chelsea and current Leeds United midfielder Lewis Bate equalised just before half-time.

Friday October 8

Orjan Nyland

Orjan Nyland started in net for second-placed Norway as they took on third-placed Turkey in Istanbul, although the visitors were depleted through injury and had no Erling Haaland.

Stand-in forward Kristian Thorstvedt, 22, cancelled out a Turkey opener to ensure the tie finished 1-1 and keep the group standings the same.

With three games to play, the Netherlands top Group G’s standings with 16, while Norway (14), Turkey (12) and Montenegro (11) are likely chasing the playoff spot for Qatar.

Chris Mepham

Chris Mepham played 86’ before being substutited for attacker Tyler Roberts as Wales looked to force a late winner against Czech Republic.

They couldn’t, though, and were held to a 2-2 draw in Prague after initially taking the lead through Aaron Ramsey.

That lead lasted less than two minutes before Jakub Pesek turned home a rebound and then goalkeeper Danny Ward let a Ramsey backpass roll into his own net after a bizarre touch – the keeper credited with the own goal.

But Dan James’ equaliser saw them remain level on points (8) with second-placed Czech Republic, but with a game in hand and five fixtures left to play in the group.

Jamal Lowe

Jamal Lowe started for Jamaica again as they look to improve on their World Cup qualifying exploits and reach the tournament for the first time since 1998.

They were unable to do so, though, as the United States of America eased to a comfortable 2-0 win in Austin, with the Reggae Boyz remaining bottom of the group.

Gavin Kilkenny

Gavin Kilkenny played another 86’ for Republic of Ireland’s under-21 side, as they sneaked a comfortable 2-0 win at home over Luxembourg in UEFA European Under-21 Championship action.

Ogunfaolu-Kayode and Conor Coventry goals sealed the deal for the young side.