There was disappointment for two Stevenage players on international duty.

Jamie Reid won his third cap for Northern Ireland and played for 66 minutes away to Spain in Mallorca.

They could even celebrate taking the lead through Sunderland's Dan Ballard inside two minutes although that served only to rile up the Spanish who went on to score four times in 23 first-half minutes, eventually running out 5-1 winners.

The Spanish now head to Euro 2024 with their opening game on June 15 against Croatia.

The Irish meanwhile head to Andorra on Tuesday for another friendly.

Reid's Boro team-mate Terence Vancooten was across the Atlantic Ocean, as he played for Guyana in the first of two World Cup qualifying matches.

He would play a total of 69 minutes as his country lost 2-0 to Panama, the home side scoring twice in the seven minutes prior to the defender's departure.

Their next match in group D of the CONCACAF qualifiers is against Belize in Bridgetown, Barbados, also on Tuesday.

Belize lost their opening game 4-0 to Nicaragua.

Each team plays four matches in the five-strong group, with the top two going on to the next stage.

Guyana's final two games are in 2025 against Nicaragua and Montserrat.