Africans were in the spotlight at the weekend in Europe's top leagues. Ghana's Joseph Amoah scored twice for Rudar Prijedor in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Belgium (day 14) : Comorian Faïz Selemani draws Kortrijk (1-1). He scored the late equalizer (89th) against Beerschot Antwerp. Ghanaian Issac Nuhu was also decisive with Eupen (7) against Zulte-Waregem (1-1)
Netherlands (Matchday 12): Second-placed PSV Eindhoven won 2-1 at Fortuna Sittard, with a goal from Ivorian Ibrahim Sangaré.
Albania (matchday 8): Laçi (4th) beat Teuta Durres 2-0, with a goal from Malian Saliou Guindo. Skenderbeu (9th) dominated Kastrioti (2-1) thanks to Ghanaian Randy Dwumfour and Alfred Mensah.
Armenia (round 13): Ivorian Serges Deblé scored a goal for Ararat Yerevan (3rd) against Sevan (3-1), while his compatriot contributed to the success of Ararat-Armenia (1st) against Noravank (2-1).
Austria (round 14): Wolfsberger (2nd) won easily against Rapid Vienna (4-1), Senegalese Cheikhou Dieng scoring another goal.
Azerbaijan (matchday 10): Cameroon's Anatole Bertrand-Abong gave sixth-placed Kesla a 3-2 win over Neftchi Baku. He scored the winning goal in the final minutes
Bosnia-Herzegovina (round 16): Despite a double from Ghanaian Joseph Amoah, Rudar Prijedor (9th) was held in check by Zeljeznicar Sarajevo (2-2).
Bulgaria (14th round): Moroccan Bilel Bari gave Levski Sofia (9th) a 1-0 win at Slavia Sofia. The Senegalese Aboubacar Toungara scored one of Beroe's three goals against Làokomotiv Plovdiv (3-0).
Denmark (Matchday 15): Two Sierra Leoneans shone in Matchday 15. Mustpha Bundu scored in seventh-placed AGF Aarhus' 3-0 win over FC Midtjylland, while Alhaji Kamara helped fourth-placed Randers to a point at AaB Aalborg. Ivorian Simon Adingra scored an important goal for FC Nordjaelland (10th) at Viborg (1-1).
Greece (Matchday 9): Aris Salonika (7th) won at Volos (2-1), with a goal from Senegalese Badou Ndiaye.
Luxembourg (round 11): Dudelange (1st) won easily at Fola Esch (3-0), with Tunisian Adel Bettaieb scoring one of his team's three goals.
Moldova (round 16): second-placed Sheriff Tiraspol won again, this time against Zimbru Chisinau (6-0). The Malian Adama Traore and Ghanaian Abdul Khalid Basit were both involved in the attacking festival, scoring once each.
Montenegro (Matchday 14): Rudar Pljelva (7th) were held to a 2-2 draw by Petrovac, despite a goal from Ghanaian Zakaria Suraka.
Norway (round 26): Tromso (11th) were held to a draw by Ströemgodset despite the Nigerian Moses Ebiye.
Poland (round 14): Ghanaian Yaw Yeboah gave 13th-placed Wisla Krakow an important win in the derby against Krakow (1-0).
Czech Republic (Matchday 14): Slavia Prague (1st) won 5-0 at Pardubice, with a goal from Nigerian Ubong Ekpai.
Romania (Matchday 15): CFR Cluj, the league leaders, were able to count on the services of Algerian Bilel Omrani to win 3-0 at Dinamo Bucharest.
Russia (Matchday 14): Rostov (11th) won easily against Rubin Kazan (5-1). The Gambian Ali Sowe scored the fourth goal of his team.
Slovenia (Matchday 16): Gambian Lamin Colley helped first-placed Koper to a 1-0 win over Tabor.
Sweden (round 27): Häcken beat Dergerfors 2-0 thanks to a goal from Ivorian Benie Traoré (8th). Hammarby (5th) got the better of Orebrö (3-2), thanks in particular to Nigerian Akinkunmi Amoo. Finally, Zambia's Edward Chilufya gave second-placed Djurgardens a 1-0 win over Halmstads.
Switzerland (Matchday 13): With a goal from Tunisian Hadj Mahmoud, Lugano (4th) won (2-0) in Lausanne. Gambia's Assan Ceesay opened the scoring against Servette Geneva (2-1).
Turkey (matchday 12): A Nigerian gave Antalyaspor (14th) an important win against Altay Izmir (1-0). A late equalizer from Mostafa Mohamed earned Galatasaray a point at Fatih Karagümruk (1-1).