International round-up: Cresswell earns second England cap in France

Aaron Cresswell applauds the fans at the end of England's game in France

Aaron Cresswell earned his second England cap but could not prevent them from falling from a 3-2 friendly defeat to France on Tuesday.

Cresswell replaced Phil Jones with eight minutes to play of the Stade de France clash with the Three Lions a goal down, and although the Hammers full back fired over from range at the death that was the way it stayed.

His eight-minute run-out was the second of his England career, following an appearance against Spain last November.

England took an early lead in Paris through Harry Kane, but goals from Samuel Umtiti and Djibril Sidibe turned it around before the break.

Raphael Varane was sent off and Kane levelled from the spot immediately after half-time, but a late goal from Ousmane Dembele won it for the hosts.

Meanwhile, Havard Nordtveit played the first half of Norway's friendly draw with Sweden.

The all-Scandinavia clash in Oslo ended 1-1 after Sweden's Samuel Armenteros cancelled out Mohamed Elyounoussi's opener.

Nordtveit now has 32 caps for his country.