Kamohelo Mokotjo gets injured as Brentford gets booted out by Leicester City while Lyle Foster’s woes continue in Belgium in this weekend’s wrap of SA players abroad.
It was a FA cup 4th round weekend in England and Kamohelo Mokotjo was disappointed to have been subbed off at half time due to an injury as Brentford narrowly lost 1-0 against Leicester City, meaning they have been knocked out of the competition at the hands of the former champions with Kelechi Iheanacho scoring the goal for city.
Abrahams and Westerlo continued their unbeaten run and bid for promotion as they drew 1-1 with Roeselare in the Belgian second division as the league approaches its business end and the South African attacker played 88 minutes of that encounter.
The SA U23 international started in an unusual right midfield role for Cercle Brugge as they hosted Anderlecht and lost 2-1 in the league meaning they remain bottom of the standings as the regular season approaches its business end.
Cova Di Piedade seems to be rejuvenated in the second half of the season as they are yet to lose in the new year and midfielder Thabo Cele is in the thick of things in the team with the midfielder playing another 90 minutes in their 1-1 draw against Mafra this past weekend.
The 20-year-old winger Kobamelo Kodisang was introduced in the second half but could not help SC Braga as they lost 3-1 against FC Vizela at home.
Mbhele lasted the whole game for Sertanense as they played out to a 1-1 draw against Marinsense in the Portuguese 3rd division.
Matlou lasted 65 minutes for Sanjoanense as they clinched a 1-0 victory against rivals Lusitano FC in the Portuguese 3rd tier .
The Bafana Bafana midfielder played the whole game for EA Guingamp but could not help them avoid a 2-0 loss against US New Orleans in Ligue 2 in France .
Amiens were stunned by new boys with a 2-1 drubbing away at Stade Brest and Zungu played the full 90 minutes in that game in Ligue 1.
Mokono has cemented his place in the starting XI for Jong Utrecht and this time the right back lasted 90 minutes as they drew 1-1 against Cambuur.
By Prince Sobayeni