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Football: Africa - Europe express

Mustapha Yatabaré of Mali produced the most remarkable performance by an African player in Europe (outside the top five leagues), scoring three goals for Sivasspor. Others have also shone in the four corners of the Old Continent.

Belgium (round 16): Moroccan Tarek Tissoudali scored twice in a 3-1 win over Standard Liege. Ivorian Jean-Luc Dompé scored one of the two goals for Zulte-Waregem (16th) against Beerschot Antwerp (2-0). The same success for Gambian Ablie Jallow (Seraing, 14th), against Saint-Trond (2-0).

Scotland (Matchday 15): Zambia's Fashion Sakala scored one of the three goals for first-placed Glasgow Rangers in a 3-1 win at Livingston.

Greece (Matchday 11): Olympiakos Piraeus (1st) won a difficult match against Volos (2-1), with Moroccan Youssef El-Arabi helping his team to an equalizer. Asteras Tripolis (9th) beat Atromitos 6-2, with Cameroonian Kevin Soni scoring twice.

Netherlands (Matchday 14): Fifth-placed Cambuur won 3-2 at Nijmegen, thanks in particular to Sierra Leone's Alex Bangura.

Portugal (Matchday 12): Cameroonian Joel Tagueu scored Maritimo's first goal (14th) against Paços de Ferreira (2-0).

Turkey (round 14): League leaders Trabzonspor won away at Fatih Karagumruk (2-0), Cape Verdean Djaniny converting a penalty. Sivasspor (14th) crushed Hatayspor 4-0. Malian Mustapha Yatabare scored three goals, with Ivorian Max-Alain Gradel providing the assists. Giresunspor (15th) humiliated Besiktas Istanbul on their own turf (4-0), with a penalty from Malian Fousseni Diabaté and a goal from Senegalese Ibrahima Baldé. Finally, Antalyaspor easily beat Alanyaspor (3-0), with Nigerian Paul Mukairu scoring his third goal of the season.

Armenia (matchday 15): Ivorian Wilfried Eza scored both goals for Ararat-Armenia (1st) against Van (2-0).

Belarus (Matchday 30): Guinea's Mamadou Diallo scored twice as Energetik-BGU (12th) beat Isloch 4-0.

Cyprus (Matchday 11): Doxa (10th) won 2-1 at PAEEK thanks to a goal from Beninese Tidjani Anaane.

Denmark (17th day): OB (9th) beat FC Nordsjaelland (2-0), with a goal from Tunisian Issam Jebali. The Sierra Leonean Mustapha Bundu scored the only goal of AGF Aarhus (7th) against Silkeborg (1-1).

Hungary (round 14): Ferencvaros (1st) won easily at Mezokovesd (3-0), with a penalty from Moroccan Ryan Mmaee and a goal from Ivorian Franck Boli.

Lithuania (Matchday 36): Ghanaian Jeffrey Sarpong scored one of two goals for fourth-placed FK Panevezys in their 2-2 draw with Hegelmann.

Malta (Matchday 10): Hibernians Paola (1st) won again on the road against Balzan FC (2-1), with a goal from Ivorian Wilfried Domoraud. Moroccan Soufiane Lagzir converted a penalty as sixth-placed Hamrun Spartans beat Santa Lucia FC 3-0.

Moldova (matchday 18): Second-placed Sheriff Tiraspol put on another attacking display against Dinamo-Auto (7-0). The Guinean Momo Yansané scored twice and the Ghanaian Abdul Khalil Basit scored once. Nigeria's Okezie Ebenezer helped Zimbru Chisinau (7th) to a 1-1 draw with FC Stinful.

Northern Macedonia (Matchday 15): Tikves (10th) won 2-0 against Rabotnicki thanks to Cameroonian Barga Ngoba Anael, who scored a goal. Shkupi (1st) beat Struga (4-0), with a goal from Senegalese Faustin Senghor and a double from Nigerian Sunday Adetunji. Gambia's Ousman Marong scored once in Academy Pandev's 2-1 win at Renova.

Northern Ireland (matchday 15): Linfield FC (3rd) won 3-0 at Glenavon thanks to a goal from Egyptian Ahmed Zidan and a brace from Congolese Christy Manzinga (DRC).

Norway (round 28): Malian Ibrahima Koné scored again as Sarpsborg 08 won 3-1 at Mjöendalen.

Czech Republic (matchday 16): Viktoria Plzen (2nd) won easily against Bohemian 1905 (6-0), with a goal from Joël Ngandu Kayamba from Congo (DRC).

Serbia (day 18): Partizan Belgrade (1st) won easily (3-0) in Vozdovac, with a goal from Cape Verdean Ricardo Gomès. Comorian El Fardou Ben Mohamed scored twice in Red Star Belgrade's 3-0 win over Spartak Subotica.

Slovenia (matchday 18): Nigeria's Bede Osuji scored again, this time in Koper's 2-1 win at NK Bravo.

 

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