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SA Players Abroad wrap: Keagan Dolly makes welcome return, Mihlali Mayambela on target

Posted: 7 January 2019 Time: 12:00

Keagan Dolly returned to action for the first time in four months, while Mihlali Mayambela netted his second league goal of the season to start 2019 on a high.

Cele’s 2019 began in disappointing fashion as Portuguese second-tier club Cova Piedade suffered a 3-0 loss at the hands of Academica, leaving them 13th on the log after 15 games.

The winger made a welcome return to the pitch, featuring for the first time since mid-September after his long injury lay-off as he made a 15-minute cameo as Montpellier lost 1-0 to lower-league Entente SSG to exit the Coupe de France in the Last 32.

Queen of the South earned a victory for the first time in five games as they beat Inverness 2-1 with Jacobs starting his 20th match in a row. His Scottish First Division club sit fifth in the league after 20 games.

Jane and Mulaudzi both started as Canberra United extended their winless run to four games following a 1-0 defeat to Perth Glory, leaving them seventh on the log after nine games.

In his 15th game of the season for second-tier Portuguese club Farense, Mayambela opened the scoring, netting his second league goal of the season in what turned out to be a thrilling 3-3 draw with Arouca, leaving his side eighth on the log after 16 games.

Mokotjo was an unused substitute as Brentford advanced to the next round of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win over League One strugglers Oxford United.

Phiri came on for the remaining 22 minutes of his side’s Coupe de France match-up against lower-league Stade Pontivy, helping his side to a 4-3 victory to advance to the next round of the competition.

Singh made his second start in succession for new club Chaves as they drew 0-0 with Vitoria Setubal to remain rooted to the bottom of the Portuguese top-flight log with nine points from 16 games.

Article by: Fabio De Dominicis
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