Jamal Lewis played yet another full match for Northern Ireland on Tuesday as they eased past Israel in their latest international.
Lewis started and finished the game at left-back as Michael O'Neill's men bounced back from their UEFA Nations League defeat to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday.
Goals from Steven Davis and Stuart Dallas gave them a 2-0 advantage at the interval, with Gavin Whyte adding a third in the second-half.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Michael McGovern was introduced as a second-half substitute and managed to help Northern Ireland seal a clean sheet.
Elsewhere, Teemu Pukki scored Finland's matchwinner for the second Nations League game running as they beat Estonia 1-0 on Tuesday.
The City striker, who scored the only goal in Finland's win over Hungary at the weekend, got on the end of a cross from Pyry Soiri to guide the ball into the net with his right-foot.
Following the two victories, Finland sit atop of Group 3 in League C with their next competitive match coming against Estonia in the return fixture next month.
Timm Klose was an unused substitute as Switzerland were beaten 1-0 by Gareth Southgate's England at the King Power Stadium, with Marcus Rashford scoring the winner.
At youth level, Max Aarons made his debut for England Under-19s in the 2-1 friendly win over Belgium and Adam Idah was introduced as a substitute as Republic of Ireland Under-19s beat Wales 2-0, also in a friendly.