Watford winger Ismaila Sarr scored late on for Senegal last night in their World Cup qualifier win over Congo.

The game looked to be heading for a 1-1 draw before Sarr netted in the 83rd minute. Fellow Premier League player Sadio Mane scored a third four minutes later to seal a 3-1 victory.

Sarr wasn't the only Watford player to pick up a win last night, with Joshua King involved in Norway's 5-1 Qatar 2022 qualification victory over Gibraltar.

The striker came off the bench for the final 27 minutes of normal time.

Meanwhile, two Hornets players were on the wrong end of their scorelines, with goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann beaten from the spot as Austria lost 1-0 to Scotland in Vienna.

New signing Ozan Tufan played the second half for Turkey, who suffered heavy defeat at the hands of the Netherlands, with that game finishing 6-1 to the hosts.

After the match, Tufan said Turkey were suffering from a hangover from their disappointing Euro 2020 campaign.

"There is not much to say, it is a heavy defeat. We did not expect such a thing. It will not be easy to forget this match. We are still under the influence of the European Championship," he said.

Elsewhere, Juraj Cucka's Slovakia won 2-0 against Cyprus with the midfielder an unused substitute and Nigeria beat Cape Verde without the help of William Troost-Ekong and Peter Etebo, both of whom were unable to play due to red list restrictions.

Later today Ken Sema's Sweden take on Greece in a World Cup qualifier, with out-on-loan goalkeeper Pontus Dahlberg also among the squad, while Craig Cathcart's Northern Ireland face Switzerland.