Goalkeeper Altay Bayindir also featured as a second-half substitute during Turkey’s 4-2 friendly defeat against Japan in Belgium.
The 25-year-old replaced Ugurcan Cakir with his nation already 3-1 down and while former Liverpool defender Ozan Kabak pulled a goal back to make it 3-2, Bayindir was beaten from the penalty spot as Junya Ito added Japan’s fourth.
In Cairo, United midfielder Hannibal came on in the 82nd minute as Tunisia beat Egypt 3-1 in a friendly. Aissa Laidouni opened the scoring after just three minutes, before Hamdi Fathi’s own goal put the visitors firmly in the driving seat.
Omar Kamal halved the deficit after 34 minutes but, after Hannibal and a raft of other substitutes had been introduced in the second half, Tunisia struck once more in the fifth minute of additional time, through Hamza Rafia, to put the result beyond any doubt.