Manchester City’s loan stars have been in action again this weekend. How did they fare…?
Enes Unal hit the headlines again, netting twice and grabbing an assist for Twente in their 3-0 win over Nijmegen.
The Turkish star opened the scoring, heading home Mateusz Klich’s corner before beautifully teeing up Fredrik Jensen and doubling his personal tally in injury time, running onto Bersant Celina’s pinpoint through ball and sweeping home.
Unal and Celina played the full game, while Yaw Yeboah was brought off with seven minutes remaining.
Also in Holland, Manu Garcia (90 minutes), James Horsfield (72 minutes) and Ashley Smith-Brown (18 minutes) featured for NAC Breda in their 3-3 draw against Eindhoven, while Thomas Agyepong was named on the bench. Brandon Barker was not in the squad.
Absolutely buzzing to be back running, difficult time with my hamstringn but hope to come back stronger!!👌🏻👌🏻— Brandon Barker (@BrandonBarker96) April 18, 2017
Elsewhere, Patrick Roberts was on the scoresheet for Celtic once again, as the Scottish champions drew 2-2 at Ross County.
The winger found the net within ten minutes of coming on, nutmegging his marker and slotting under goalkeeper Scott Fox, but the Hoops conceded a contentious last minute penalty to share the points.
Also in Scotland, Billy O’Brien’s St Mirren earned a 2-2 draw at Falkirk.
Dissapointed not to get all 3 pts. Could still be a vital point going forward, the fight goes on.— Billy O'Brien (@B_OBrien95) April 15, 2017
South of the border, Jason Denayer completed the full 90 minutes, as Sunderland rescued a late point against West Ham. The Black Cats remain rooted to the bottom of the table.
A league below, Aaron Mooy was involved as Huddersfield drew 1-1 at Derby. The Yorkshire outfit’s failure to win ensured Brighton were promoted to the top flight.
In League One, Kean Bryan lasted 53 minutes of Bury’s derby day defeat to Rochdale.
In Italy, Olivier Ntcham played the full game for Genoa, who conceded in injury time to draw 2-2 with Lazio. Joe Hart’s Torino drew 1-1 with Crotone and Bruno Zuculini’s Hellas Verona won 2-0 against Cittadella.
Pablo Maffeo was sent off in injury time of Girona's 3-3 draw at Tenerife.