It was a relatively quiet, but good weekend on the results front for Mzansi’s foreign-based players.
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Rhoda Mulaudzi & Lebogang Ramalepe – Belarusian Women’s Premier League
The Banyana Banyana duo were both part of Dinamo-BGU’s success as they beat fierce rivals Minsk 5-4 on penalties in the final, after the match had finished 0-0 after extra-time, to claim their first major piece of silverware of the season in the form of the Belarusian Women’s Cup.
Gift Links – Danish SuperLiga
Links registered his name on the scoresheet for AGF Aarhus who eased past Nordsjaelland with a 2-0 success, as they continued their preparations for the 2020/21 season.
Lebo Moloto – USL Championship
Moloto featured for the entire match as FC Tulsa edged out RGV Toros 2-1, with Dario Suarez netting both goals for the hosts.
Khanya Leshabela – English Premier League
The South African youth international clocked up a few minutes under his belt for Leicester City who were held to a 1-1 draw by English Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers in their final preseason match.
Tumi Moshobane – USL Championship
The former Kaizer Chiefs man completed 90 minutes for San Diego Loyal, as they picked up a crucial point away from home in their 1-1 stalemate against Las Vegas Lights.
Percy Tau – Belgian Jupiler Pro League
The ‘Lion of Judah’ played 45 minutes for RSC Anderlecht who played to a 1-1 against German Bundesliga giants Bayer Leverkusen in a friendly.
George Lebese – USL Championship
Lebese started the match and was substituted in the 71st minute as Colorado Springs Switchbacks played to a disappointing 0-0 home draw against Oklahoma City Energy.
Dean Furman – English League Two
The former SuperSport United captain was handed his full debut by his new club Carlisle United in the English League Cup at the weekend against his former side Oldham Athletic, but could do little as they suffered an early exit from the competition with a 3-0 drubbing.