Bafana Bafana forward Lebogang Mothiba scored his first goal for Strasbourg in their 1-1 draw against Montpellier which Keagan Dolly sustain a long-term injury, writes DYLAN APPOLIS.
Lebogang Mothiba/Keagan Dolly
Lebogang Mothiba was introduced in the second half for his second Strasbourg appearance and ended up earning his side a point during their 1-1 draw against Keagan Dolly’s Montpellier after scoring in the third minute of injury time.
⚽ 90’+3 L’ÉGALISATION POUR LE RACING !!!! Sur un centre de Kevin #Zohi, @LeboMothiba11 propulse le ballon dans les filets montpelliérains d’un coup de tête magique. Le parcage exulte et l’arbitre siffle la fin du match dans la foulée !#MHSCRCSA (1-1) pic.twitter.com/J4jeODmENa
— RC Strasbourg Alsace (@RCSA) September 15, 2018
In the same game, Dolly only last six minutes of the match after fracturing his fibula following a horrible foul on the Bafana Bafana attack. Dolly is now expected to face a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Montpellier are now sitting in sixth place in the French Ligue 1 while Strasbourg occupy 16th position.
Thank you 🙏🏽 https://t.co/jQxGZ821mo
— Keagan dolly (@dolly_keagan07) September 16, 2018
Ndlovu continued his fine form in China after netting a brace in Zhejiang Greentown’s 2-2 draw with Beijing BC on Saturday. The South African forward has now taken his goal tally to 15 for the season in the Chinese Second Division, leaving his side second on the log after 23 games.
— Dino Ndlovu (@dino08bravo) September 15, 2018
Lars Veldwijk scored his second goal of the campaign when he opened the scoring for Dutch Second Division side Sparta Rotterdam in their 2-0 victory over Den Bosch, which sees them occupy third place in the league standings after five games.
+ 1 ⚽ Lars Veldwijk pic.twitter.com/6qOtpo1uI5
— Sparta Rotterdam (@SpartaRotterdam) September 16, 2018
The former Ajax Cape Town midfielder lasted the full 90 minutes as Vitesse secured a 2-0 victory over PEC Zwolle on Sunday afternoon to end their four game winless run in the Dutch league. Vitesse now sit sixth on the log with eight points after five games.
De opstelling vanmiddag!🦅
Eduardo, Karavaev, Van der Werff©️, Clarke-Salter, Clark, Serero, Bero, Ødegaard, Beerens, Matavz, Foor
Succes boys!👊🏼 pic.twitter.com/hi8X5fmiZk
— Vitesse (@MijnVitesse) September 16, 2018
The former Kaizer Chiefs playmaker made his first start for Turkish side Erzurumspor, but only lasted 43 minutes during their 2-2 draw against Sivasspor to claim their second point of the season. Erzurumspor are now 17th in the log standings after five games.
— BB.Erzurumspor FK (@ErzurumsporPFK) September 16, 2018
The former Mamelodi Sundowns star registered his first assists for Union Saint-Gilloise as they went on to beat KSV Roselare 2-0 in their Belgian Second Division encounter on Saturday evening, the win leaves his club in fourth position on the log after six games.
— Union Saint-Gilloise (@UnionStGilloise) September 15, 2018
Kurt Abrahams continued his form fine form since joining Westerlo after netted his third goal for the season to help his recorded a 4-1 victory over Lommel in the Belgian Second Division. Westerlo remain top of the log after six games.
— KVC Westerlo (@KVCWesterlo) September 16, 2018
The former Orlando Pirates striker is yet to make his debut for Portuguese outfit Vitoria Setubal and was not part of the squad which drew 3-3 with Nacional. Vitoria Setubal remain 11th on the log standings after four games.
Mahlangu was not present from the Ludogorets squad, who managed to defeat Vereya 2-1. They now remain third on the log after eight games.
Mokotjo was an unused substitute as Championship side Brentford secured a 2-0 victory over Wigan, leaving them joint-second on the log after seven matches.
Phiri played the full 90 minutes as his Ligue 1 side Guingamp slumped to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Marseille. Guingamp are now placed last on the league standings and are yet to register a point after five matches played so far this season.
Photo: Strasbourg website
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