Noni Madueke and Nicolas Jackson were both involved in wins at international level, while Axel Disasi was part of a record-breaking France victory, as we round up the latest Chelsea involvement on the global stage.

Jackson came off the bench to help Senegal defeat South Sudan 4-0 in a World Cup qualifier in Dakar, with the goals coming courtesy of a brace from Sadio Mane either side of strikes from Pape Matar Sarr and Lamine Camara.

The victory puts the Lions of Teranga top of their qualification group at this early stage.

Elsewhere at senior level, Axel Disasi was an unused sub as France thrashed Gibraltar 14-0 in Nice to record the biggest victory in European qualification history.

Les Bleus have secured victories in all of their games so far and have already qualified for next summer’s tournament.

Former Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud netted twice, while Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick in the resounding win.

In the youth levels, Noni Madueke came through 90 minutes as England Under-21s defeated Serbia 3-0 in Backa Topola.

The Chelsea winger played on the right of a front three in the European qualifier, with the victory leaving Lee Carsley’s Young Lions second in their qualifying group.

Earlier on Saturday, Ronnie Stutter and Leo Castledine picked up caps as England Under-19s beat Japan 3-2 in Marbella.

Chelsea striker Stutter started the game, while Castledine entered the fray from the bench 20 minutes from time, with goals from Jacob Wright, Will Lankshear and Jamie Donley securing the win.