A number of South African players were in action for their respective clubs abroad this past weekend.
Lorenzo Gordinho got his first goal for Viborg while Percy Tau made an impact upon his return to action for Brighton and Hove Albion.
SPHEPHELO SITHOLE & THIBANG PHETE
Phete played 90 minutes while Sithole started and got substituted in the 58th minute as SAD Belenenses lost 2-0 against Santa Clara on Sunday.
The midfielder was a second half substitute as Cova di Piedade drew 0-0 against Vilafranquense.
Mayambela played 66 minutes as Academica beat Benfica 1-0 in the Portuguese Segunda Liga on Sunday afternoon.
Seoposenwe lasted 90 minutes and laid an assist as SC Braga defeated Sporting Lisbon 2-1 on Sunday.
The striker played 90 minutes and scored her fifth goal of the season as BK Moron beat Jitex 2-1 in Sweden.
Jane played 90 minutes as AC Milan drew 0-0 against Sassuolo in the Italian Serie A.
Matlou had to be stretched off in the first half as SD Eibar lost 2-0 against Real Madrid.
Tau came on in the 74th minute and laid an assist to help Brighton and Hove Albion salvage a draw against West Ham United in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old was introduced in the second half, but couldn’t help Pacos Ferreira avoid a 2-0 defeat against Gil Vicente.
Phiri lasted the entire 90 minutes as EA Guingamp beat Niort 2-0 in Ligue 2.
Mashigo was a 74th minute substitute, but couldn’t help Unterhaching avoid a 1-0 defeat against Hansa on Saturday evening.
The striker was introduced in the 16th minute as FC Suwon drew 0-0 against Gangwon.
The striker played 77 minutes as Helsingor beat Frederecia 2-0 in the Danish 1st Division.
The former Kaizer Chiefs defender lasted 90 minutes and scored his first goal of the season as Viborg thumped Esbjerg 4-0.
DEAN SOLOMONS & TASHREEQ MATTHEWS
Matthews lasted the entire 90 minutes while Dean Solomons was introduced in the second half as Varbergs BoIS lost 3-1 against Hammarby.
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