Watford midfielder Imran Louza provided an assist on international duty as Morocco beat Guinea 4-1 in a World Cup qualifier.

It marked a successful international break for the new arrival at Vicarage Road, who scored on his debut against Guinea Bissau.

In yesterday's match, Louza played a short corner into the feet of teammate Selim Amallah, who fired in off the underside of the crossbar. Adam Masina was also playing.

Ismaila Sarr was also celebrating yesterday with Senegal beating Namibia 3-1.

The winger was involved as Famara Diedhiou scored a hat-trick to claim a comfortable victory.

Elsewhere, Ken Sema and Pontus Dahlberg were unused substitutes in Sweden's 2-0 win over Greece, who finished the game with ten men after Pantelis Hatzidiakos was sent off.

There was disappointment for two other Watford players, with Daniel Bachmann playing for Austria in their 1-0 defeat to Denmark.

The goalkeeper was beaten at his near post by Joakim Maehle as the Danes continued their impressive form in their qualification group.

Meanwhile, Craig Cathcart was also on the end of a defeat as Northern Ireland conceded twice after going ahead to lose to Bulgaria.