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SA players abroad: Jali, Keet, Maraisane, Masango, Ralani, Scott, Singh, Untersee

Posted: 23 May 2016 Time: 09:44

Former Kaizer Chiefs winger Mandla Masango scored his sixth goal of the season, while teenage attacker Luther Singh plundered a hat-trick in European action on the weekend.

Jali played for his Belgian side KV Oostende as they concluded their season with a 2-2 draw at champions Club Brugge. Oostende finished fifth in the league, outside of the European club competition qualification places.

Keet was again on the bench as KV Kortrijk lost to Sporting Charleroi in their bid to advance to the final stage of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League next season.

Maraisane made his first appearance in the league this season as Swedish second tier side GAIS thumped Ängelholm 7-0 with the young South African coming off the bench.

Masango grabbed his sixth goal of the season as Danish topflight side Randers lost 2-1 at home to FC Midtjylland.

Ralani started for promoted Lyngby as they won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at Velje in the Danish second-tier.

Scott came off midway through the second half of his final game of the season in Slovakia that ended in a 2-2 draw for Slovan Bratislava against Podbrezová.

Shipalane was relegated to the bench but came on after 76 minutes of Sunday’s 1-0 away loss to Edmonton.

On-song Singh bagged the first hat-trick of his fledgling career as the 18-year-old took his tally to five goals in nine starts for Swedish second-tier side GAIS in their 7-0 win against Ängelholm.

Untersee was still missing through injury but his Swiss league side Vaduz ensured safety from relegation with a 0-0 draw against fellow strugglers Lugano.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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