SA players abroad: Erasmus, Ngcongca, Jali, Keet, Masango, Mokotjo, Ndlovu, Serero
Posted: 11 April 2016 Time: 09:25
Kamohelo Mokotjo impressed, Dino Ndlovu returned from injury, Thulani Serero saw game-time, while Lebogang Phiri scored in Europe on the weekend.
Claasen started for German Bundesliga II side 1860 Munich as they lost 1-0 at home to Greuther Fürth to remain in the relegation play-off positions.
KERMIT ERASMUS, ANELE NGCONGCA & LEBO MOTHIBA
The trio did not feature for their French Ligue 1 clubs. Ngcongca missed out for Troyes with injury, while Erasmus (Rennes) and Mothiba (Lille) were not selected.
Jali played as his KV Oostende side were on the end of a 4-0 hiding from Genk to leave club 13 points off the pace in the title race.
Keet was again on the bench for Kortrijk in Belgium having battled to win his place back in the side following a stomach bug picked up on national team duty.
Mahlangu was missing for Sint-Truiden as they drew 1-1 at Sporting Chaleroi. He suffered a leg injury in his previous outing.
Masango played the full 90 minutes as Randers gained a credible 1-1 draw with league leaders FC Copenhagen in Denmark.
Mayambela was on the bench for both Djurgardens’ matches this past week without getting on to the field.
Mokotjo was named Man of the Match as FC Twente lost 1-0 to Feyenoord. A good shift in a week he retired from international football.
Ndlovu returned from injury for Cypriot side Anorthosis Famagusta as they drew 1-1 at home to leaders APOEL.
Patsoi was substituted at halftime as Lokeren lost 2-1 at Mechelen in the EFA Europa League playoffs.
Phiri grabbed his third goal of the season as his Danish side Brondby won 1-0 at home to OB.
Scott came on just past the hour-mark for Slovakian side Slovan Bratislava as they won 3-1 at home to Ružomberok.
Serero was a late substitute for Ajax Amsterdam as they stayed top of the Dutch league with a 1-0 victory at bottom side Cambuur.
LUTHER SINGH & PULE MARAISANE
Singh started and Maraisane was on the bench as GAIS lost 3-0 to AFC United in their Swedish second-tier clash.
Veldwijk was substituted at halftime as PEC Zwolle won 3-1 at home to Roda JC to stay in contention for the Europa League playoffs in Holland.