Gift Links' hopes of playing in the UEFA Europa League next season were handed a boost on Sunday, while no fewer than three other South African players were also in action over the weekend.
On Sunday, just days after a semi-final exit from the Danish Cup, Links featured as a second-half substitute during AGF Aarhus' 0-0 draw with rivals Brondby. The result keeps Aarhus in third place in the championship play-offs and in strong contention to qualify for next season's UEFA Europa League qualifiers.
Having been an unused substitute in Moreirense's 1-0 win over Boavista last weekend, Singh made his first Primeira Liga appearance since the league resumed when he started in his side's 1-0 defeat to Rio Ave on Friday.
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Bafana Bafana international Veldwijk made his fifth K League 1 appearance of the season on Saturday as league leaders Jeonbuk Motors consolidated their position at the top of the log with a 1-0 win over Incheon United.
Amajita forward Liam Jordan played 62 minutes for HB Koge in the Danish 1st Division (second division) as they boosted their hopes of surviving relegation with a 2-2 draw against FC Roskilde. Koge are now two points clear of the drop with four matches remaining for the campaign.