Percy Tau and Ayanda Patosi were amongst several South Africans to make a real impact in another successful weekend abroad.
Abrahams enoyed another 90 minute run for Westerlo but was on the losing end as they dropped three points off the summit of the Belgian First League B.
After the 1-0 defeat at home to Excelsior Virton, the 22-year-old has scored four goals and registered one assist in nine games for the fourth-placed side.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the highs of South African Players Abroad this weekend
The promising teenager got his name on the scoresheet this weekend asVarbergs BoIS romped to a 4-0 win over Västerås SK at the Påskbergsvallen.
Now with three rounds of fixtures remaining, Ayer and his team have a real chance of securing promotion, as they sit in second place, two points off league leaders Mjallby.
Barkhuizen, 26, made his 12 apparance for the promotion chasing Preston North End and scored his fourth goal of the season in their 5-1 thumping of Barnsley.
PNE are now in third place in the SkyBet Championship, one point off league leaders West Bromwich Albion.
Dolly was back on the bench after earning 90 minutes last week, but his Montpellier side picked up an impressive 3-1 win over AS Monaco to move into seventh place.
After earning a place in the Azerbaijan Premier League Team of the Week, a gruelling trip to champions Qarabag brought Ekstien and Sabah back down to earth.
The 2-0 defeat puts his side into eighth place in the eight team division after seven rounds of fixtures.
Foster's Cercle Brugge nightmare form continued as they suffered a 6-0 thumping at the hands of Zuite Waregem, leaving them last in the 16-team Belgian top-flight.
Jacobs starred in Livigston's 2-0 win over Scottish Premier League champions Glasgow Celtic, as Livingston moved into sixth place.
The HB Køge forward featured the full game in Wednesday’s 0-0 home draw eith Vejle and was sent off in Sunday’s 2-0 home loss to Skive.
Keet is seemingly the second-choice goalkeeper for the Proximus League leaders this season as he was named on the bench again of OH Leuven.
After a promising start to life at AGF, Links was an unused substitute this weekend.
Mahlangu played his 30th game of the season in Ordabasy's 1-1 home draw with Astana.
Kgotso Masangane / Kabelo Seriba
The Metta duo played the full 90 minutes in the 2-1 away defeat to Liepaja, with Masangane nothching his sixth goal of the Vrsliga campaign.
Mokotjo lasted 69 minutes for Brentford in Wednesday's 1-1 home draw with Bristol City and came on after 63 minutes of Saturday's 1-0 away loss to Nottingham Forest.
Mothiba came on after 56 minutes of Saturday’s 1-0 away loss to Dijon.
Ntlhe came on at halftime of Saturday’s 2-2 away draw with Plymouth Argyle.
Patosi starred in the number 10 tole in Baniyas' 4-3 win over Al-Wahda as they moved up to sixth after three rounds of fixtures.
The talented playmaker has scored one goal and registered a single assist in an impressive start to life in the UAE Pro League.
Starting to to develop into a real leader of the Guingamp midfield, Phri produced another composed showing for the 2019 Coupe de la ligue finalists in the 4-1 win over Rodez.
After an indifferent start to the season, his side move up to eighth place and a promotion chase looks likely to develop based on their upturn in form.
Serero started again for Al Jazira in their 0-0 home draw with Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai.
After his assist in the Champions League clash against Real Madrid, Tau started the league fixture against Gent with real promise - notching his eighth goal contribution for the season.
However, his game ended prematurely with an injury just before the half-time whistle as Club Brugge went on to win 4-0 and solidify their three point lead at the summit with a game in hand over Standard Liege.
Veldwijk came on after 61 minutes of Saturday’s 2-1 home win over FC Twente, as Sparta moved up to sixth place in the Eredivisie.
Zungu came off after 83 minutes of Friday’s impressive 3-1 home win over Marseille. The win moved Amiens up to 11th place in Ligue 1.