Brentford midfielder Romaine Sawyers has won his 20th and 21st international caps in the past few days.
The midfielder was called up to the St Kitts & Nevis squad for their international friendlies in Europe.
Sawyers played the full 90 minutes in both games against Armenia (on Sunday) and Georgia (on Wednesday), but was helpless to prevent the Sugar Boyz from slipping to back-to-back defeats.
These were only the third and fourth games that St Kitts have played in Europe, following up on the double header of friendlies against Andorra and Estonia in 2015.
Armenia got the better of Sawyers and his team-mates on Sunday night, running out comfortable 5-0 winners, with Manchester United man Henrikh Mkhitaryan scoring two of the goals.
Then, on Wednesday night, Georgia scored three times in the second half, after a goalless first period, to beat the Sugar Boyz 3-0.