ESPN FC's worldwide editorial desks nominate their top 10 performers from the week's international action and the results are collated into a Top 10.
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1. James Rodriguez (Colombia)
While his influence at Real Madrid has been on the wane this season, James remains the driving force with his national team. The No. 10 scored one goal and assisted on another in Colombia's stoppage-time 3-2 win over Ecuador on Thursday. That valuable victory puts the country just one point out of a playoff place in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying table.
2. Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
Suarez returned to international action on Friday for the first time since receiving his nine-match ban after he bit Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup. And the Uruguayan came back with a bang. With his country down 2-0 to Brazil after just 26 minutes, Suarez sparked his team on to a 2-2 draw, scoring the equaliser that keeps Uruguay in second place in CONMEBOL, two points in front of the Selecao.
3. Blaise Matuidi (France)
Like Brazil, France too quickly opened up a two-goal over their opponents on Friday. Matuidi assisted on Les Bleus' second of the night, before the Dutch roared back to force what looked like a certain 2-2 draw, only for the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder to strike three minutes from time for a 3-2 friendly win.
4. Harry Kane (England)
The toast of Tottenham demonstrated in Saturday's come-from-behind 3-2 friendly win over Germany that he should be England's starting striker at this summer's European Championship. Kane opened the scoring for the Three Lions in Berlin with a Cruyff turn in the area, creating a shot for himself when it looked like there was none on. Wayne Rooney is officially on notice.
5. Dario Lezcano (Paraguay)
Paraguay remain in the final direct qualification place -- just barely -- in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying table. Following Thursday's 2-2 draw with South American leaders Ecuador, the Paraguayans have Lezcano to thank for remaining ahead of Argentina (on goal difference), as the Ingolstadt forward scored the two goals that secured his side a valuable point.
6. Jamie Vardy (England)
Vardy was only on the pitch for 19 minutes in Berlin, but in that time his pace gave Germany's defence plenty to worry about, and his back-heeled equaliser stole the show -- before Eric Dier stole the friendly win in stoppage time.
7. Nicolai Jorgensen (Denmark)
Iceland were the darlings of Euro 2016 qualifying, but Jorgensen ensured that Denmark -- who won't be going to France this summer after falling to Sweden in a playoff -- enjoyed smooth sailing upon their 2-1 friendly win in Herning, scoring both goals.
8. Pawel Wszolek (Poland)
The Hellas Verona midfielder netted a double and assisted on a third goal in Poland's 5-0 destruction of Finland in a Saturday night friendly. The Poles have lost just once in the past calendar year, and with performances like Wszolek's -- coupled with a certain Robert Lewandowski leading the line -- it's easy to understand why they could be a dark horse in France this summer.
9. Ning Jiang (China)
With China trying to keep hold of its AFC World Cup qualifying playoff place ahead of Hong Kong -- who trail only on goal differential, Jiang stepped up to the plate in the 4-0 win over the Maldives on Thursday. His hat trick are his first goals in seven qualifying matches thus far.
10. Levi Garcia (Trinidad & Tobago)
Trinidad & Tobago made a meal of their visit to St. Vincent & the Grenadines, falling behind early, before Garcia chipped in with a brace to help the Soca Warriors jump to the top of their CONCACAF World Cup qualifying group -- which includes the now-third-placed U.S.
Also receiving votes: Hirving Lozano (Mexico), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Paulo Motta (Guatemala), Lorenzo Insigne (Italy), Carlos Ruiz (Guatemala), Javier Hernandez (Mexico), Jesus Corona (Mexico), Cenk Tosun (Turkey), Antoine Griezmann (France), Kamil Grosicki (Poland).