Queens Park Rangers: Conor Washington helps Northern Ireland overcome Czech Republic in World Cup qualifier
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A round-up of the how the QPR players on international duty fared over the past week
Queens Park Rangers forward Conor Washington played the first 58 minutes as Northern Ireland guaranteed at least a play-off spot in 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying UEFA Group C with a 2-0 win at home to the Czech Republic.
The 25-year-old also started for the Green And White Army on Friday as they won 3-0 in San Marino, playing for 77 minutes before being replaced.
Club mate Pawel Wszolek was called up to the Poland squad for their UEFA Group E qualifiers against Denmark and Kazakhstan, but did not feature in either.
QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo was an unused substitute as Australia beat Thailand 2-1 at home in AFC Group B on Tuesday.
Luongo played the full 90 minutes for Australia in a 2-0 defeat to Japan in another World Cup qualifier last Thursday.
Away from World Cup qualifiers, Michael Petrasso played the full 90 minutes as Canada beat Jamaica 2-0 in a friendly on Saturday.
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