SA players abroad wrap

It wasn’t a great weekend for South African players overseas on the results front, but more players are now getting regular game time for their respective teams.

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Luther Singh in action for Moreirense in the Portuguese Primeira Liga. (Image: Record)

Luther Singh – Portuguese Primeira Liga

Luther Singh featured the entire 90 minutes, and grabbed an assist for Moreirense as they claimed a hard-fought 3-2 win over Desportivo Aves.

This also saw him improve his tally to three goals and two assists in 11 appearances for Moreirense this campaign.

Mihlali Mayamabela – Portuguese Secunda Division

The Cape Town-born attacker was hauled off with just 10 minutes left as SC Farense maintain their top of the league standings with a 1-0 win over GD Chaves.

Kurt Abrahams – Belgium Second Division

The 22-year-old striker continued his fine form in front of goal, bagging his eighth goal of the season in 16 matches as they played to a 1-1 draw against Virton to stay second, four points adrift of leaders OH Leuven.

Kamohelo Mokotjo – English Championship

Kamo was an unused sub for Brentford FC who romped to resounding 7-0 thrashing of Luton Town.

Lebogang Phiri – French Ligue 2

The Bafana Bafana midfielder captained EA Guingamp, featuring the entire match as they settled for a 1-1 stalemate with Caen.

Lyle Foster – Belgium First Division

The Amaglug-glug striker was on the losing side as Cercle Brugge narrowly lost 2-1 to Standard Liege.

Lebogang Mothiba – French Ligue 1

Mothiba was unable to aid his charges secure maximum points as RC Strasbourg’s two match unbeaten streak came to an end following their 2-1 defeat to Olympique Lyon.

Bongani Zungu – French Ligue 1

Bafana Bafana’s midfield man bagged 90 minutes under his belt but ended on the losing side for SC Amiens who were hammered 4-2 by Keagan Dolly’s Montpellier.

Lars Veldwijk – Dutch Eredivisie

Veldwijk was in the starting line-up for Sparta Rotterdam who were thumped 4-0 by Willem II in the Dutch topflight.