It was a good weekend for South African footballers across Europe with the majority getting positive results.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder received his first start for Glasgow Rangers as they drew 1-1 with Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership.
Singh continued his good start to 2021 with another great performance for Pacos Ferreira. The winger lasted 60 minutes and laid an assist for the first game as Ferreira beat Tondela 2-1 to stay in the top five of the Primeira Liga.
Kodisang played 90 minutes for SC Braga B as they thrashed Vianense 6-1 in the Portuguese Campeonato on Sunday.
Links started and got substituted in additional time for AGF Aarhus as they won 1-0 against Lyngby in the Danish Superliga on Sunday evening.
The midfielder started and played the entire 90 minutes for AFC Wimbledon as they got a hard earned 3-2 victory against Wigan Athletic in League One.
Xulu has established himself as a regular in a Hapoel Tel Aviv shirt. The former Maritzburg United captain played the entire game as Tel Aviv drew 1-1 with Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Jane was named the Women of the Match after yet another stellar performance for AC Milan in Serie A.
She played 81 minutes and laid an assist for the first goal as the Rossoneri won 4-1 against San Marino.
THEMBI KGATLANA & NOKO MATLOU
Both South Africans played 90 minutes with Kgatlana scoring the only goal for Eibar who lost 3-1 against Sevilla.
Ligendza hit double digits in style for Cardiff City U18.
He netted a brace as they defeated Queens Park Rangers 5-1 in the league.
It wasn’t a happy debut for Smith in Finland as FC Honka lost 2-0 against Inter Turku.
The striker started and lasted 80 minutes for FC Honka.
McMillan played the entire 90 minutes, but couldn’t help Leeds United avoid a 2-1 defeat against Blackburn Rovers.
Serero lasted 80 minutes for Al Jazira in their 5-1 thrashing of Al Dhafra in the Arabian Gulf League.
MATTHEWS, AYER & LE ROUX
The trio continued their preparations for the resumption of the Swedish Allsvenskan with a 2-1 victory against Falkenbergs.
Keanin Ayer was on target for Varbergs who are going towards their second season in the top-flight.
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