SA players abroad wrap Patosi Mokotjo Dikgacoi Pienaar Rantie Furman Claasen Xulu
Posted: 24 March 2014 Time: 09:32
Ayanda Patosi was in the Lokeren squad that won the Belgian Cup on Saturday, but did not make it off the bench for the 1-0 win over Zulte-Waregem in Brussels.
Patosi was also an unused substitute in Lokeren's 2012 triumph in the competition, which yielded the club's first major trophy. Lokeren got the winning goal this time through Alexander Scholz.
Kamohelo Mokotjo was replaced at halftime of PEC Zwolle’s 2-1 loss at AZ Alkmaar on Sunday, while Thulani Serero’s Ajax Amsterdam were not in action at the weekend.
Keegan Ritchie played the full 90 minutes again for Czech side Slavia Prague as they lost 2-1 at home to Vysocina Jihlava to remain in the relegation mix.
Kagisho Dikgacoi played for Crystal Palace as they were beaten 1-0 at Newcastle United. It was a heart-breaking loss for The Eagles, who conceded in the 94th minute to Papiss Cisse.
Steven Pienaar remained missing for Everton with a knee injury as they won 3-2 at home to Swansea City.
Tokelo Rantie was an unused substitute for Championship side Bournemouth as they scored late on to win 1-0 at bottom side Barnsley. Andrew Surman played the full match though.
Dean Furman remained on the bench for Doncaster Rovers as they eased their relegation worries with a 1-0 home win over Sheffield Wednesday. Rovers are eight points clear of the drop-zone.
Daylon Claasen came off the bench for Polish side Lech Poznan in their 2-1 home win over Lechia Gdańsk that keeps alive their hopes of winning the title.
Siyanda Xulu had to once again be content with a place on the bench for Russian Premier League side FC Rostov as they were held 3-3 by Amkar Perm. It means the Bafana Bafana centre-back has not played for his club in almost five months, his last appearance coming on November 8.
Ricardo Nunes played for Bulgarian side Levski Sofia in their 2-0 championship play-off win over Botev Plovdiv. It was sweet revenge for Nunes and his teammates after they were dumped out of the Bulgarian Cup by the same opposition with a loss by the same scoreline in midweek.
Joel Untersee played for Swiss second-tier side Vaduz as they were held 2-2 by FC Wil, while in the topflight Lukas Schenkel started for FC Thun as they lost 1-0 at St Gallen.