played the full 90 minutes at Wembley Stadium for Chile in their 2-0 upset victory against England on Friday.
The flying winger was involved in the build-up to Chile's opening goal from Alexis Sanchez, as he pulled the ball back for Eugenio Mena to cross.
Beausejour went on to test England debutant Fraser Forster on a number of occasions as he got free from Glen Johnson down the left side, cutting across the Celtic stopper, but without finding the net.
Republic Of Ireland winger James McClean was also involved in a goal for his country, provided the crucial touch to set up the first goal of their new era of management under Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane, as he flicked a corner into the path of Robbie Keane for the opening goal of a 3-0 victory against Latvia.
McClean went on to complete 80 minutes before being substituted.
James McArthur was an unused substitute in Scotland's 0-0 draw with USA at Hampden Park, as was Slovakia Under 21 Marko Marosi on Thursday during his side's 2-2 European Championship qualifying draw with Group 3 leaders Netherlands.
Roger Espinoza and Juan Carlos Garcia are both available for selection for Honduras' fixture today against 2014 FIFA World Cup hosts Brazil in Miami.