This past weekend proved to be a good one for South Africa’s foreign contingency who did well for their respective clubs.
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Bambanani Mbane – Belarusian Women’s Premier League
The Banyana Banyana international sat out yet another match for Dinamo-BGU who ran riot of Botsor with a 6-0 thrashing to keep their spot at the top of the league standings.
Kamohelo Mokotjo – English Championship
Though he did not make the matchday squad, Mokotjo’s team, Brentford FC took another giant leap towards promotion to the English Premier League next season after hammering Wayne Rooney’s Derby County 3-1.
Bantu Mzwakali – Swedish Second Division
The former Bidvest Wits man was a 70th minute introduction for IK Brage who claimed a narrow 2-1 victory over Ljungskile.
Liam Jordan – Danish Second Tier
The South African U23 striker played the entire 90 minutes for HB Koge who beat Nyokbing 1-0.
Tumi Moshobane – USL Championship
The little known South African came off in the 90th minute for San Diego Loyal, who claimed a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Real Monarchs.
Luther Singh – Portuguese SuperLiga
The Amajita striker came up against South African compatriot Thibang Phete of SD Belenenses, as Singh’s Moreirense claimed a huge 1-0 victory.
Ayabulela Konqobe & Darren Smith – Finnish Second Division
Both South African players featured for Ekenas IF as Konqobe scored a brace (including a 90th minute equalizer) for his side who came from a 2-0 deficit to salvage a 2-2 draw against KPV.
Lars Veldwijk – South Korean K-League
The Bafana Bafana striker was a 77th minute substitute for league leaders Jeonbuk Motors who were held to a 2-2 draw by Seongnam.
Veldwijk has been linked with a surprise exit from the club, with Suwon FC said to be closing in on capturing his services.
Luke Le Roux – Swedish Superratan
Le Roux played for 90 minutes and was hauled off for his South African compatriot Keanin Ayer as Varberg BoIS narrowly lost 1-0 to Orebro.
George Lebese – USL Championship
The former Kaizer Chiefs striker played the entire 90 minutes for Colorado Springs Switchbacks who were narrowly beaten 2-1 by New Mexico United.
Lebese had scored what proved to be the winner, but it was eventually ruled out for offside.