Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy both played 180 minutes in the Republic of Ireland's two-leg victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina, helping their side to a 3-1 aggregate victory.
Robbie Brady scored late in the first leg in Bosnia, then Stoke City's Jon Walters scored twice in the second leg to secure a place in Euro 2016 in France.
Aiden McGeady made a late cameo in the first leg and was an unused substitute in the second leg. Darron Gibson was an unused substitute in both legs. For Bosnia and Herzegovina, Muhamed Besic played the final 45 minutes in the second leg after returning from injury and suspension.
Elsewhere across Europe, England were clearly second-best in a 2-0 loss to Spain. Ross Barkley played 73 minutes for the Three Lions, but John Stones was an unused substitute. England faces France on Tuesday, with rumors swirling that Stones may appear as a right-back for Roy Hodgson.
In Belgium, Romelu Lukaku played 60 minutes against Italy in his country's 3-1 victory. Kevin Mirallas was a very late substitute. They will take on Spain on Tuesday.
Brad Guzan started in goal ahead of Tim Howard for the United States 6-1 victory over St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Friday, but it appears Howard will get the start when the USA travels to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday.
Ramiro Funes Mori played a full 90 in Argentina's 1-1 draw against Brazil on Thursday. He likely will feature again on Tuesday against Colombia.
Despite hopes to the contrary, neither Brendan Galloway nor Tyias Browning ended up making the England U-21 side due to injury. England's U-21s drew Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-0 on Thursday and beat Switzerland 3-1 on Monday to take control of Euro U-21 qualifying's Group 9.