A trio of Celtic players scored on international duty on Friday with Ryan Christie scoring for Scotland and strikers Odsonne Edouard and Patryk Klimala bagging goals in U21 duty.

It comes after latest Celtic signing Shane Duffy salvaged a last-gasp equaliser for the Republic of Ireland on Thursday evening. 

Ryan Christie scored from the spot in Scotland's 1-1 draw with Israel with the Celtic playmaker starting as a supporting midfielder for debutant Lyndon Dykes.

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Christie, with Scotland's first shot on target, slammed the spot kick high past Marciano.

Odsonne Edouard was left out of the starting eleven for France's under-21’s game, but came off the bench to score late on, with the 22-year-old converting a spot-kick with France U-21 securing a 2-0 win v Georgia.

Fellow Celtic striker Patryk Klimala also got in on the act for Poland U21s in their 6-0 rout of Estonia.

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The striker started for the U-21 side scoring the second goal in their comfortable win.