It was an incredible week for South African players abroad with Keanin Ayer making history, while 'Pule' Ekstein and six others produced headline displays.
The 22-year-old winger scored his fifth goal of the season in the Proximus League as Westerlo drew 1-1 at home with Lommel - leaving them in third place.
In one of the most remarkable stories of the season, 19-year-old midfielder Keanin Ayer's breakthrough season was capped off the promotion to the Swedish top-flight.
The modest Varbergs BoIs narrowly avoided relegation last-season via the playoffs and now see themselves in the Allsvenskan 12 months later.
Ayer featured 75 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Mjallby on Sunday, which saw the visitors win the league title.
Overall, the teenager missed just one of 30 games this season, due to suspension, racking up 27 starts, two substitute appearances - scoring two goals and registering two assists.
The reigning Western Sydney Wanderers Player of the Season produced another solid midfield display in Saturday’s 0-0 home draw with Brisbane Roar.
Barkhuizen, who's reportedly on the shortlist of Bayer Leverkusen, played the full 90 minutes as Preston moved to the summit of the SkyBet Championship with a 1-0 win over Charlton at the Valley.
Thabo Cele / Sergio Marakis
Cele played in Cova da Piedade 4-0 away Portuguese Cup win over Vasco da Gama on Tuesday and was sent-off in Sunday’s 2-0 away loss to Oliveirense.
Marakis played the full 90 minutes against Oliveirense as they dropped to the foot of the Portuguese second-tier table.
The Sabah FK playmaker is in sublime form. Scored and assisted in Sunday’s 2-1 away win over Qabala to move them up to seventh place.
Foster's loan stint at Cercle Brugge has produced valuable first-team exposure, but their results haven't picked up as we enter the mid-season mark.
The Amajita star came on at halftime of Sunday's 2-1 away loss to Anderlecht - which marked his eighth appearance in the Belgian top-flight.
Cercle remains in last in 16th place, with just one win in 14 games overall.
Introduced just after the hour mark for HB Køge and scored a sumptuous effort from 25-yards out to lead them to a 2-1 victory over Viborg.
Jordan's third goal of the season moved Koge into sixth place in the 12-team NordicBet Liga.
The South Africa youth international came off at halftime of Tuesday’s 2-1 away EFL Trophy win over Grimsby Town and came off at halftime of Friday’s 2-0 away win over Manchester City U23.
The Aarhus winger is showing promising signs of development in Denmark as he impressed with his direct running in 1-0 home Danish Cup win over OB - playing 72 minutes of the encounter.
The nomadic midfielder played in Ordabasy 3-1 away win over Atyrau on Sunday - which marked his 33 appearances of the season for the third-placed side.
Mayambela came off after 75 minutes of Farense 2-1 home win over Mafra on Sunday and received a yellow card.
His side remains at the summit of the Portuguese second-tier and well on course for promotion.
The Brentford midfielder lasted 70 minutes of sixth start to the season in Saturday’s 1-0 home loss to Huddersfield Town.
Mothiba's struggles in front of goal continued with Strasbourg as he came off after 63 minutes of Saturday’s 1-0 away loss to Angers.
The Hangzhou Greentown star ended the season with another goal, his 17th of the campaign in 27 starts.
Despite his impressive form, Greentown fell short of promotion with a sixth-placed finish.
Patosi came off at halftime for Baniyas in Thursday’s 2-1 away loss to Kalba. The result sees them drop to 10th place in the UEA Pro League.
Phiri grabbed two assists in a midfield masterclass as Guinhamp thrashed Chambly 5-1 away from home to move in sixth place in Ligue 2.
Serero started his seventh game for Al Jazira as they drew 0-0 with giants Al Ain on Friday.
Kabelo Seriba / Kgotso Masangane
Scored an own goal in Wednesday’s 3-0 home loss to Jelgava while teammate Masangane played the full 90 minutes for Metta in the Latvian top-flight.
Scored a stunning effort in Moreirense 1-1 away draw with Rio Ave on Wednesday and played in Saturday's 1-1 home draw with Vitoria Guimaraes.
Tau, who's being rotated for Club Brugge recently, came on after 65 minutes of Saturday's 3-0 home win over Kortrijk - leaving them clear at the summit of the Belgian First League A.
Scored and then came off after 78 minutes of Sparta Rotterdam's 1-0 home Dutch Cup win over FC Volendam and came on after 79 minutes of Saturday’s 2-2 home draw with PSV Eindhoven.
Veldwijk has scored four goals this season, despite only earning one start under Henk Fraser.
After returning from injury, Zungu came on after 89 minutes of Amiens 1-0 home win over Brest - which lifted his side into 12th place in Ligue 1.