All around the globe, World Cup qualifying continued on Tuesday and Manchester United players were involved in the action on four different continents. Here is a round-up of the action.
* Tom Cleverley (England): Cleverley was rewarded with another start after impressing last Friday in the No.10 role versus Moldova. Once again, his movement was good in England's 1-1 draw with Ukraine at Wembley as he continually got himself into dangerous positions. However, he had a few glaring misses and he was substituted off in the 62nd minute.
* Danny Welbeck (England): Welbeck came on for Cleverley in the 62nd minute and he was credited for providing a spark for England. The 21-year-old hit the post late and he also won the penalty that Frank Lampard eventually converted for the equaliser.
* Robin van Persie (Holland): The in-form striker started in Holland's 4-1 away defeat of Hungary but he was substituted off at half-time after a reported thigh injury. Holland manager Louis van Gaal downplayed the injury scare after the match by saying he withdrew van Persie as a cautionary measure and that he didn't believe the injury to be too serious.
* Patrice Evra (France): Evra started at left-back and went the full 90 minutes in France's 3-1 victory over Belarus.
* Nani (Portugal): The winger started on the right side of attack in Portugal's 4-3-3 system. He was substituted off in the 77th minute during his side's 3-0 defeat of Azerbaijan.
* Joshua King (Norway): The 20-year-old striker made his second appearance for Norway when he came on as a half-time substitute in his side's 2-1 defeat of Slovenia.
* Jonny Evans (Northern Ireland): Despite complaining of pain in his surgically repaired ankle during his last appearance for Northern Ireland on Friday, the United defender started once again in his country's 1-1 draw with Luxembourg. He went the full 90 minutes.
* Robbie Brady (Ireland | friendly): Even though it was only a friendly, the 20-year-old impressed in his Ireland debut as he set up two goals and scored one himself in his country's 4-1 defeat of Oman.
* Shinji Kagawa (Japan): The United playmaker withdrew himself prior to Japan's 1-0 defeat of Iraq because of back pain. The United playmaker claimed it's not a serious issue and that he doesn't anticipate he'll be out long. It is a long flight back to England though from Japan so hopefully that doesn't further trouble his back.
* Antonio Valencia (Ecuador): The right-winger started in Ecuador's 1-1 away draw with Uruguay but he was sent off after being booked twice.
* Javier Hernandez (Mexico): Chicharito started and he scored the lone goal from a header in Mexico's 1-0 defeat of Costa Rica. The striker played the full 90 minutes.