MLS players were busy over the last couple of days in international games (2014 World Cup qualifiers). We know about the US win and I’ve joked about the Canada blowout on Twitter (8-1, seriously?).

Anyways, here is how everyone did these last couple of days in their respective games.

Albania – Won 1-0 vs. Slovenia, World Cup qualifier
F – Hamdi Salihi (DC) – Entered as a 46th-minute substitute

Australia – Won 2-1 at Iraq, World Cup qualifier
F – Tim Cahill (NY) – Started, played 90 minutes, scored 1 goal

Canada – Lost 8-1 at Honduras, World Cup qualifier
Andre Hainault (Houston) – Stated, played 90 mintues
Julian de Guzman (FC Dallas) – started, played 90 minutes
Will Johnson (RSL) – Started, played 90 minutes
Terry Dunfield (Toronto) – dressed, did not play
Ante Jazic (Chivas) – Dressed, did not play
Dejan Javokic (DC) – Dressed, did not play
Ashtone Morgan (Toronto) – Dressed, did not play
Patrice Briener (Montreal) – Dressed, did not play

Costa Rica – Won 7-0 vs. Guyana, World Cup qualifier
D – Roy Miller (NY) – Started, played 90 minutes
M/D – Rodney Wallace (Portland) – Dressed, did not play
F – Álvaro Saborío (RSL) – Started, played 90 minutes, scored 2 goals

Ecuador – Drew 1-1 at Venezuela, World Cup qualifier
M – Oswaldo Minda (Chivas) – Entered as a 70th-minute substitutue

El Salvador – Lost 2-0 at Mexico, World Cup qualifier
D – Steve Purdy (Portland) – Started, played 90 minutes

Estonia – Won 1-0 at Andorra, World Cup qualifier
M – Joel Lindpere (NY) – Started, played full 69 minutes

Honduras – Won 8-1 vs. Canada, World Cup qualifier
Jerry Bengston (New England) – Started, played 90 minutes, scored three goals, two assists
Oscar Boniek Garcia (Houston) – Started, played 78 minutes
Mario Martinez (Seattle) – Started, played 90 minutes, scored two goals, one assist
Victor Bernardez (San Jose) – started, played 90 minutes
Marvin Chavez (San Jose) – Dressed, did not play

Ireland – Won 4-1 vs. Faroe Islands, World Cup qualifier
F- Robbie Keane (LA) – Started, played 80 minutes
D – Darren O’Dea (Toronto) – Started, played full 90 minutes, scored 1 goal

Jamaica – Won 4-1 vs. Antigua & Barbuda, World Cup qualifier
F – Omar Cummings (Colorado) – Entered as a 68th-minute sub
D – Jermaine Taylor (Houston) – Started, played full 90 minutes
D – Shavar Thomas (Montreal) – Dressed, did not play
M/D – Lovel Palmer (Portland) – Started, played full 90 minutes
M – Je-Vaughn Watson (Houston) – Entered as an 83rd-minute sub
F – Ryan Johnson (Toronto) – Started, played 68 minutes
M – Dane Richards (Vancouver) – Started, played full 90 minutes, scored 2 goals
F – Dicoy Williams (Toronto) – Dressed, did not play

New Zealand – Won 3-0 vs. Tahiti, World Cup qualifier
M – Dan Keat (LA) – Entered as 66th-minute substitute

Panama – Drew 1-1 at Cuba, World Cup qualifier
M – Gabriel Gómez (Philadelphia) – Started, played 76 minutes
F – Blas Pérez (FC Dallas) – Started, played full 90 minutes

Scotland – Lost 2-0 at Belgium, World Cup qualifier
F – Kenny Miller (Vancouver) – Entered as 76th-minute substitute

Sweden – Drew 4-4 at Germany, World Cup qualifier
D – Adam Johansson (Seattle) – Dressed, did not play
M – Christian Wilhelmsson (LA) – Dressed, did not play

United States – Won 3-1 vs. Guatemala, World Cup qualifier
Graham Zusi (SKC) – Started, played 78 minutes
Eddie Johnson (Seattle) – Started, played 89 minutes
Kyle Beckerman (RSL) – Dressed, did not play
Nick Rimando (RSL) – Dressed, did not play
Alan Gordon (San Jose) – Dressed, did not play

Uruguay – Lost 4-1 at Bolivia, World Cup qualifier
M – Álvaro Fernández (Chicago Fire) – Entered as a 65th-minute substitute