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Date: 14 December 2018

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European Leagues Round-Up: Mguni, Tarumbwa score

[Posted 14 Sep 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Mguni scored in Ukraine

Many Africans played well for their various European clubs over the last weekend and led their clubs to victory, while others were unfortunate to be on the losing side.

Ukraine

Musawenkosi Mguni scored in his side's drawn match against Kryvbas on Saturday. In the five matches he has played for his club so far, Mguni has scored three times, a good return for the faith shown in him by his coach.

Cyprus

Cyprus is home to to many African players like former Bafana Bafana defender Nasief Morris, Zimbabwe's players such as Shingi Kawondera and Obadiah Tarumbwa, who scored for his club EN Paralimni, who beat Apoel 1-0. Tarumbwa scored in the 47th minute.

Belgium

Siboniso Gaxa of South Africa, debuted for his new team Lierse in their 1-1 draw at home to AA Gent. Other South Africans who played in that match for Lierse include  Lance Davids, a former Ajax Cape Town player and Daylon Claasen.Vusa Nyoni's new club Germinal Beerschot beat Charleroi 1-0 on Saturday. Meanwhile, two other Zimbabweans had the agony of seeing their clubs lose. Cephas Chimedza's Sint Truiden lost 0-2 against giants Anderlecht, while Cercle Brugge lost by the same margin against Standard Liege.

England EPSL, Championship and League One

Michael Essien was the toast of African in England over the weekend. The Ghanaian scored two priceless goals for Chelsea in their 3-1 defeat of West Ham, Benni McCarthy's club. Essien scored in the 2nd and 83rd minute. Solomon Kalou of Ivory Coast scored Chelsea' second goal in the 18th minute. Asamoah Gyan scored on his debut for Sunderland in his team's 1-1 draw with Wigan.

Aaron Mokoena's Portsmouth drew 0-0 with Ipswich Town, but the South African captain had to be strethrered away in the second half after suffereing a leg injury, but he was relieved to learn that he did not suffer a broken leg injury.

In League One,  Onismor Bhasera's Plymouth Argyle drew 1-1 away at Colchester, to leave Plymouth lying in a very disappointing 18th position on the log, a far cry from their stated dream of an immediate return to the Championship and promotion to the topflight within 5 years. Bhasera was substituted late in the second half because he had already received a caution.

France

In Ligue 2, Ovidy Karuru of Zimbabwe has been enjoyed starting most of the league matches for his club AS Bolougne. He has started the last 4 matches for Boulogne and played the full match when his side drew 1-1 with Le Mans on Saturday.

 

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