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Mzansi Players Shine Abroad

It was an objective scoring end of the week for two South African players carrying out their specialty on unfamiliar shores, as a couple of unfamiliar based players sent suggestions to Bafana mentor Hugo Broos in front of the following month's friendlies.

Fagrie Lakay's support for Pyramids against Zanaco in the CAF Confederation Cup was apparently the feature, with the previous Cape Town City star's exhibitions since moving to Egypt being noteworthy.

Lakay was essential for Broos' Bafana crews in last year's FIFA World Cup qualifiers, however just saw restricted time on the pitch.

In any case, he wasn't the main South African to score toward the end of the week. Tashreeq Matthews was the match champ for Varberg BoIS on Saturday, as he scored the main objective in a 1-0 triumph over Sollentuna in the Swedish Cup. Luke Le Roux likewise highlighted in the match.

On Friday in Denmark, Gift Links fell off the seat and got the help for Aarhus' champ in a 3-2 triumph over Sonderjyske.

Thibang Phete and Yaya Sithole were both involved for Belenenses as they lost 2-0 to Gil Vicente in Portugal, while Thulani Serero's Al Jazira lost 2-0 to Al Nasr in the UAE.

Lars Veldwijk was in additionally activity in Korea on Saturday, yet his group Suwon experienced a 1-0 misfortune to Jeonbuk Motors.

Likewise on Friday, Lebo Phiri included Rizespor in Turkey, yet the group experienced a 2-0 misfortune to Basaksehir.

Bongani Zungu was in real life for Armiens in France, playing the entire game as they drew 1-1 at Rodez.

Thabo Cele and his Polish side Radomiak Radom lost 3-1 to Warta Poznan on Sunday, while Kurt Abrahams highlighted for Deinze in Belgium as they drew 1-1 at Lommel.

At last Lebo Mothiba proceeded with his rebound, including in the last 30 minutes for Troyes as they lost 4-1 to Rennes on Sunday.

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