Several Charlton players were involved in international action this past week and here is a round-up of how they got on.

Republic of Ireland: Josh Cullen (1 cap)

Josh Cullen was voted man of the match in his full senior debut for the Republic of Ireland as they beat Bulgaria 3-1 on Tuesday.

The midfielder, on loan from West Ham United, started the game after he was an unused substitute in their 1-1 draw with Switzerland in Euro 2020 qualifying.

It’s his first cap for the Ireland national team, having been capped at youth level for both England and the Bhoys in Green earlier in his career.

Wales: Jonny Williams (19 caps) and Tom Lockyer (6 caps)

Jonny Williams teed up Daniel James for what proved to be Wales’ only goal of the game in their 1-0 friendly win against Belarus.

The midfielder, who has won 19 senior caps for the Dragons, played in the Manchester United winger on a counter-attack who rifled home on 17 minutes.

Williams also came on as a substitute for Harry Wilson in their 2-1 win against Azerbaijan in Euro 2020 qualifying a few days earlier.

Tom Lockyer was an unused substitute in that fixture but did come on for Chris Mepham, who is Wilson’s teammate at Bournemouth, against Belarus a few days later.

England U20s: Conor Gallagher (4 youth caps at this level) and Jonathan Leko (1 youth cap at this level)

West Bromwich Albion loanee Jonathan Leko came off the bench in England under-20s’ narrow 1-0 win against Switzerland under-20s.

Jack Clarke scored the winning goal, two minutes into injury time, as on-loan Chelsea star Conor Gallagher watched on from the bench as a substitute.

Despite not featuring in that game, both he and Leko did feature against the Netherlands in the U20 Elite League a few days prior.

Israel: Beram Kayal (46 caps) and Tomer Hemed (39 caps)

Beram Kayal came on as a substitute in Israel’s agonising late defeat to Slovenia in Euro 2020 qualifying, while Tomer Hemed watched on from the substitutes’ bench.

Slovenia lost a one-goal lead after conceding twice to Bibras Natcho and Eran Zahavi, before Benjamin Verbic scored a 90th-minute winner.

Both players came off the bench in Israel’s 1-1 draw with North Macedonia a few days prior, but the defeat sees Israel slip further away from the top two spots in group G.

Montserrat: Lyle Taylor (7 caps)

Charlton’s leading goalscorer Lyle Taylor played 90 minutes in Montserrat’s 2-1 win against the Dominican Republic in the CONCACAF Nations League.

The hosts equalised six minutes after the Dominicans took the lead before Bromley midfielder Adrian Clifton scored the winner in the second half.

He did not feature in their clash with Saint Lucia.