South African Players Based Abroad

A number of South Africans who ply their trade abroad, were in action for their respective clubs at the weekend.

This is how they fared:

Dino Ndlovu:

The South African striker was on target twice at the weekend as he helped his Chinese outfit Zhejian Greentown thrash Xinjiang Tianshan 5-1 to get back into the automatic promotion spot.

It was Ndlovu’s 18th goal of the season in 20 matches, grabbing four assists along the way.

His form has also earned him a call-up to the Bafana Bafana squad set for back-to-back AFCON 2019 Qualifier ties against Seychelles.

Kamohelo Mokotjo:

Mokotjo featured for his side’s last 20 minutes in the English Championship for Brentford as they played to a 2-2 draw against Reading.

He has also notched up a Bafana Bafana selection.

Percy Tau:

The former Mamelodi Sundowns player was pivotal yet again in Union Saint-Gilloise’s 3-1 win over OH Leuven in the Proximus League, grabbing two assists for his side’s opening two goals.

Tau has also been selected for Bafana once again.

Lebogang Mothiba:

Lebo scored RC Strasbourg’s third goal as they defeated Dijon 3-0 on Saturday evening.

It was Mothiba’s third for the season in eight appearances, which sees him return to the Bafana fold after being ruled out with injury last time out.

Lars Veldwijk:

Veldwijk found the back of the net for Sparta Rotterdam who defeated Dordrecht 3-2 in the Dutch top division on Friday, for his third goal of the season.

Thulani Serero:

Serero featured for the entire game as ten-man Vitesse lost 2-1 to Feyenoord at Stadion Feijenoord.

Kurt Abrahams:

Abrahams, who has been in fine form, scored his fourth goal of the season in five starts, but ended up on the losing side a Westerlo went down 2-1 to Beerschot-Wilri.

May Mahlangu:

The former Bafana Bafana man played in his side’s final 15 minutes as Ludogorets thrashed Cherno More 5-1 on Saturday.

Kyle Jacobs:

Despite playing the full 90 minutes, Jacobs could only see his side Queen of the South register a 0-0 draw with Inverness in the Scottish Championship.

Keaghan Jacobs:

Jacobs lasted the entire game as Livingston defeated Steven Gerrard’s Rangers 1-0 in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.

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