Marcelino Nunez capped off his international break by netting a goal against two-time world champions France in Chile's 3-2 defeat. 

Nunez's fifth goal on his 23rd international appearance opened the scoring in Marseille during Tuesday night's international friendly. 

Mauricio Isla combined with ex-Arsenal and Manchester United Alexis Sanchez to tee up Nunez on the edge of the area before the Norwich City man swept his strike from the edge of the area past Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan and into the net. 

France's side contained the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Aurelien Tchouameni and William Saliba, with both countries preparing for respective summer tournaments. 

After Nunez's opener, France produced a quick response courtesy of Youssouf Fofana and Randal Kolo Muani before the interval. Olivier Giroud added a third after a cutback from Kolo Muani in the second period to win the contest for the hosts. 

FC Midtjylland winger Dario Osorio netted a late consolation, but it wasn't enough to earn Ricardo Gareca's side a result. 

There were fitness concerns surrounding Nunez after he was forced off in their opening game of the international period against Albania, but that proved to be no more than cramp. 

City duo Angus Gunn and Kenny McLean were involved in Scotland's penultimate home warm-up ahead of the European Championships against Northern Ireland. 

Gunn started whilst McLean replaced ex-Norwich loanee Billy Gilmour in the 70th minute as Scotland concluded the March break with a 1-0 defeat to Northern Ireland. 

Liverpool's Conor Bradley netted the game's only goal when his deflected strike looped Gunn into the net in the 31st minute. The defeat means that Scotland have failed to win any of their last five matches. 

City duo Dimi Giannoulis and Christos Tzolis won't be travelling to Germany for the Euros after Greece were defeated on penalties by Georgia in the play-offs. 

The Pink Un: Angus Gunn played the entirety of Scotland's defeat against Northern Ireland. Angus Gunn played the entirety of Scotland's defeat against Northern Ireland. (Image: PA Images)

Neither Giannoulis, who is sidelined with a hamstring injury but did join up with his international side, nor Tzolis, who wasn't selected in the 23-man squad for the play-off. 

Despite being reduced to 10 men in first-time stoppage time, Georgia took the game all the way to spot kicks before being defeated 4-2. Coach Gus Poyet has subsequently announced he will be stepping down as national team boss. 

Nunez, Gunn and McLean will now return to Norfolk to rejoin City's squad ahead of their Good Friday clash with Plymouth Argyle. 

Adam Idah, currently away on loan at Celtic, came on as a second half substitute as the Republic of Ireland suffered a 1-0 defeat to Switzerland.