Players Abroad: Serero nets debut OG

Players Abroad

Thulani Serero and Lyle Foster both made debuts abroad with the former netting an own goal in a weekend that only yielded one South African goalscorer.
 
Kurt Abrahams
 
Abrahams played the full 90 minutes in Westerlo's 1-0 away loss to Excelsior Virton on Sunday, which was his fourth start to the new season.
 
The 22-year-old has netted two goals for the Proximus League leaders as the look towards promotion.
 
Keanin Ayer
 
An ever-present figure for Varbergs BoIS, the 19-year-old midfielder made his 19th start in the 0-0 home draw with Oster, as his side remained in second-place in the Swedish second-tier.
 
Tom Barkhuizen
 
The Preston winger came off at the break of Tuesday’s 2-2 home English League Cup draw with Hull City and didn't feature in their Championship outing this weekend due to a reported injury.
 
Barkhuizen has scored two goals in three games so far within the 2019/20 campaign.
 
Thabo Cele / Sergio Marakis
 
Both midfielders were second-half substitutes for Cova da Piedade as they beat Benfica II 2-0 away from home.
 
Keagan Dolly
 
Came on after 74 minutes of Tuesday’s 1-0 home win over Lyon and after 77 minutes of Saturday’s 1-0 away loss to Nantes, it's now four subsitute appearances for Montpellier this season as his return to first-team football remains gradual.
 
Pule Ekstein
 
The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielde came on after 75 minutes for Sabah in Saturday’s 1-1 away draw with Zira as they dropped to seventh place in the league.
 
Lyle Foster
 
The Amajita striker made an immediate debut for Belgian top-flight outfit Cercle Brugge since his arrival from AS Monaco on loan.
 
In his second debut of the 2019/20 season, Foster came on for the final half an hour in their 3-2 away loss to Genk.
 
Liam Jordan
 
The HB Køge forwad came off after 55 minutes of Friday’s 1-1 away draw with Skive.
 
Mihlali Mayambela
 
Farense's impressive early form continued with Mayambela completing aother 90 minutes of action in Sunday’s 1-0 away win over Oliveirense - moving them into second place in the Portuguese second-tier.
 
Kamohelo Mokotjo
 
The Brentford midfielder came on after 73 minutes in Saturday’s 3-0 home win over Derby County.
 
Lebogang Moloto
 
The Nashville star was the only South African to find the net abroad this weekend as he scored and then came off after 62 minutes in a 2-1 away win over Tampa Bay Rowdies.
 
Lebo Mothiba
 
Th Strasbourg striker came on after 88 minutes of Thursday’s 3-0 away UEFA Europa League loss to Eintracht Frankfurt and came off at halftime of Sunday’s 2-2 home draw with Monaco.
 
Lebogang Phiri
 
The Bafana Bafana midfielder played started his fifth consecutive Ligue 2 game in Saturday’s 1-0 away win over Loreint to help Guimgamp move up to 12th place.
 
Thulani Serero
 
It was a debut to forget for Thulani Serero with Al Jazira as he netted an own goal in Saturday’s 4-0 away League Cup loss to Shabab Al Ahli.
 
Luther Singh
 
Came on after 61 minutes of Friday’s 1-0 home win over Portimonense, as they moved in fifth place in the Primeira Liga.
 
The highly-rated winger has now featured three times for Moreirense, scoring one goal since his loan switch from SC Braga.
 
Percy Tau
 
After helping Brugge qualify for the UEFA Champions League in mid-week, the South African star lasted 69 minutes of their First League A encounter against Genk. 
 
The 1-1 scoreline sees Brugge remain in second-place, albeit with a game in hand over Standard Liege at the summit.
 
Lars Veldwijk
 
Sparta Rotterdam were humbled by Ajax Amsterdam on Sunday with a 4-1 thumping, with Veldwijk featuring the final half hour of the Eredivisie clash.
 
The Bafana Bafana striker has scored three league goals in five apperances since their return to the Dutch top-flight.
 
Bongani Zungu
 
Zungu started Amiens 2-0 away loss to Toulouse on Saturday and lasted 72 minutes of the Ligue 1 fixture.
 
However, their latest defeat leaves them in 18th place in the French top-flight.

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