SA players abroad wrap

This past weekend capped off a great display from South Africa’s foreign contingency.

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Rhoda Mulaudzi – Belarusian Women’s Premier League

The Banyana Banyana striker opened her account for her new club Dinamo-BGU, as they romped to a crushing 9-0 victory over ABFF U19.

BGU have now won all their 15 matches and currently lead the standings with 45 points, nine ahead of second-placed Minsk, who they next meet in the final of the Belarusian Women’s Cup.

Linda Motlhalo – Swedish Damallsvenskan

“Problem Child” started and finished the match for Djurgardens IF who claimed a nervy 1-0 victory over Kristianstad in the Swedish top-flight encounter.

May Mahlangu – Kazakhstan Premier League

The former Bafana Bafana international featured the entire match for Ordabasy in their 1-0 win over Kaspiy to move fourth in the league standings.

Tashriq Mathews & Luke Le Roux โ€“ Swedish Allsvenskan

The South African youth internationals both played part in Varberg BoIS’s 2-1 win over Orebro in the Swedish top-flight encounter.

Percy Tau – Belgian Jupiler Pro League

Tau was a 55th minute substitute for RSC Anderlecht and won a penalty for his side, but were left to rue their missed chances as R.E. Mouscron equalized late on in the match to force a 1-1 draw.

Ayabulela Konqobe & Darren Smith โ€“ Finnish Second Division

Both former Ajax Cape Town youth graduates played the entire match for Ekenas IF, with Smith netting his seventh (7th) league goal of the campaign as they played to a 1-1 draw against AC Oulu.

Keagan Dolly – French Ligue 1

The Bafana Bafana winger was introduced in the last 20 minutes for Montpellier in their 1-1 stalemate against Metz on the opening day of the French top-flight league.

George Lebese – USL Championship

Lebese was a 79th minute introduction for Colorado Springs Switchbacks who were held to a 0-0 draw by El Paso Locomotive.

Janine Van Wyk – Scottish Women’s Premier League 1

Van Wyk, who was making her debut for Glasgow City, was on the receiving end after they were overwhelmed by a dominant Wolfsburg side with a 9-1 thumping in their last-eight tie of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.