Jerry Bengtson with Honduras
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Roundup: Hondurans again lead way in WCup qualifying

Canadian and US fans swapped moods from Friday, but as usual that was just the tip of the iceberg for MLSers in international action.

Get the full US recap here, and the full Canadian recap here.

As usual, it was Honduras who fielded the largest (and most successful) MLS contingent, led by New England striker Jerry Bengtson. The Revs hitman had the winner as the los Catrachos took a 1-0 home win from bunkering Cuba. Four other MLS players started for Honduras, while Seattle's Mario Martínez came in for the last 35 minutes after replacing San Jose's Marvin Chávez.

The other big MLS star of the day was veteran striker Kenny Miller, who had the lone Scotland goal in their 1-1 draw vs. Macedonia. The Vancouver Designated Player worked a solid 58-minute shift.

Find out how the rest of the MLS contingent on international duty fared below:

Albania (2-0 loss at Switzerland, WC qualifying)
F - Hamdi Salihi (D.C. United) – dressed, did not play

Australia (2-1 loss at Jordan, WC qualifying)
M - Tim Cahill (New York Red Bulls) – started, played 90 minutes

Colombia (3-1 win at Chile, WC qualifying)
D - Carlos Valdés (Philadelphia Union) – dressed, did not play

Costa Rica (1-0 loss at Mexico, WC qualifying)
D - Roy Miller (New York Red Bulls) – dressed, did not play
D - Rodney Wallace (Portland Timbers) – 72nd-minute substitute
F - Álvaro Saborío (Real Salt Lake) – 59th-minute substitute

Ecuador (1-1 draw at Uruguay, WC qualifying)
M - Oswaldo Minda (Chivas USA) – started, played 90 minutes

El Salvador (3-2 win at Guyana, WC qualifying)
D - Steve Purdy (Portland Timbers) – dressed, did not play

Estonia (3-0 loss at Turkey, WC qualifying)
M - Joel Lindpere (New York Red Bulls) – started, played 56 minutes

Honduras (3-0 win at Cuba, WC qualifying)
D - Víctor Bernárdez (San Jose Earthquakes) – started, played 90 minutes
M - Marvin Chávez (San Jose Earthquakes) – started, played 55 minutes
M - Roger Espinoza (Sporting Kansas City) – started, played 90 minutes
M - Boniek García (Houston Dynamo) – started, played 90 minutes
M - Mario Martínez (Seattle Sounders FC) – 55th-minute substitute
F - Jerry Bengtson (New England Revolution) – started, played 90 minutes, scored one goal

Malta (2-0 loss at Italy, WC qualifying)
F - Etienne Barbara (Vancouver Whitecaps FC) – dressed, did not play

New Zealand (6-1 win vs. Solomon Islands, WC qualifying)
M/D - Dan Keat (LA Galaxy) – dressed, did not play 

Scotland (1-1 draw vs. Macedonia, WC qualifying)
F - Kenny Miller (Vancouver Whitecaps FC) – started, played 58 minutes, scored one goal

Sweden (2-0 win vs. Kazakhstan, WC qualifying)
D - Adam Johansson (Seattle Sounders FC) – dressed, did not play

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