SA players abroad wrap

It was a weekend of mixed results for Mzansi’s foreign contingency, though most of the results that came through were positive.

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Kamohelo Mokotjo – English Championship

It was a happy return for ‘Kamo’ from injury, who came on in the 83rd minute for Brentford FC as they recorded a huge 1-0 victory over league leaders West Brom United to move within five points of second-placed Leeds United.

Lars Velwijk – South Korean K-League

The tall South African striker was introduced after 77 minutes as defending champions Jeonbuk Motors recorded a 2-0 victory over Ulsan.

Bambanani Mbane – Belarusian Women’s Premier League

As she currently finds herself sidelined with injury, Mbane’s charges Dinamo-BGU were in rampant mood once again, hammering ABBF 8-0 to stay on top of the league standings.

The Banyana Banyana international sat out for the second game running, and will be looking to add to her tally of four goals in six matches when she recovers from injury.

Darren Smith & Ayabulela Konqobe – Finnish Second Division

Both players played the entire 90 minutes for IF Ekenas with both players scoring their first goals of the season, in a comfortbale 3-0 victory over SJK Akatemia.

Bantu Mzwakali – Swedish Second Division

The former Ajax Cape Town and Bidvest Wits playmaker was substituted in the 76th minute as his side IK Brage claimed a hard-fought 1-0 win over GAIS.

Tom Barkhuizen – English Championship

The Bafana Bafana hopeful lasted 72 minutes for Preston North End who suffered a heavy 3-1 loss to Cardiff City.

Thibang Phete – Portuguese Primeira Liga

The South African centre-back featured the whole match for SAD Belenenses who succumbed to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of giants Sporting Lisbon.

Liam Jordan – Danish Second Division

The former Bidvest Wits youngster lasted 82 minutes for HB Koge but could do little to aid his team, who suffered a heavy 4-2 defeat to Viborg.

Gift Links – Danish Superliga

The 21-year-old left-winger was introduced shortly after half-time but the damage had already been done as AGF Aarhus got hammered 4-1 by Aarlborg IK.