It was an all-round disappointing weekend for South Africa’s foreign-based contingency.
Below, is a look at how the results panned out:
Pitso Mosimane – Egyptian Premier League
Shortly following his departure from Mamelodi Sundowns, Mosimane joined Al Ahly this past weekend and claimed his first victory as head coach of the Club of the Century who beat Arab Contractors 1-0.
Lebo Ramalepe, Bambanani Mbane & Rhoda Mulaudzi – Belarusian Women’s Premier League
The Banyana Banyana trio aided Dinamo-Minsk to clinching the Belarusian Women’s Premier League title, just a few weeks after being triumphant on penalties to secure the Belarus Women’s Cup.
It has been a dream debut for all three players who scored as their team went unbeaten in 17 matches, scoring a whopping 103 goals and conceding just two.
Ode Fulutudile – Finnish Kansallinen Liiga
The Banyana Banyana attacker inspired her side Aland United to the Finnish Women’s Cup title for the first time following a 2-1 final victory over TiPS.
Lars Veldwijk – South Korean K-2 League
Despite not getting on the scorecoard this time around, the lanky Bafana Bafana striker played the entire 90 minutes for Suwon FC and grabbed an assist as they hammered Ansan Greeners 4-0 to keep hold of their grip at the top of the league standings.
Kobamelo Kodisang – Portuguese Campeonato
The South African youth international was hauled off in the 63rd minute, and scored his first goal of the season for SC Braga who made light work of Vilaverdense FC with a 4-1 drubbing.
Bantu Mzwakali – Swedish Superettan
Mzwakali, who has now cemented his place as a regular starter, lasted 83 minutes for IK Brage, who hammered Orgryte 3-1.
Lebo Moloto – USL Championship
Moloto squared up against fellow South African compatriot George Lebese, with the former emerging victorious with FC Tulsa who beat Colorado Springs Switchbacks 2-0.
Linda Motlhalo – Swedish Damallsvenskan
The pacy Banyana Banyana attacker started and lasted 86 minutes, and was fouled for a penalty, as Djurgarden DFF narrowly edged out Vaxjo DFF 2-1.
Thembi Kgatlana – Spanish Primeira Division
Kgatlana made her debut off the bench in the 69th minute for Eibar who held on for a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Real Betis.
Kamohelo Mokotjo – Major Soccer League
Kamo made his debut for FC Cincinnati, coming on as a late sub as they were humbled 2-0 by Minnesota United.
Percy Tau – Belgian Jupiler Pro League
Tau featured the entire 90 minutes for RSC Anderlecht who were thrashed 3-0 by his former club Club Brugge.
Thibang Phete – Portuguese Primeira Liga
The newly called up Bafana Bafana defender played the entire match for SAD Belenenses who were held to a goalless stalemate by Nacional.
Bongani Zungu – French Ligue 2
With his exit from Amiens SC looming large, Zungu got his first start of the season and lasted 82 minutes in their 1-0 defeat to Caen.
Luke Le Roux & Keanin Ayer – Swedish topflight
Both South African youngsters featured for Varberg BoIS who narrowly lost 1-0 to Goteborg.