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The former Malmo and Orlando Pirates marksman gave AFC Bournemouth the lead with his 51st minute strike against Burnley on Saturday

ENGLAND

Tokelo Rantie produced another fine performance as Bournemouth were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley on Saturday afternoon.

Rantie struck in the 51st minute to give Bournemouth the lead, but his defence couldn't protect the lead and conceded in the 67th minute.

The 23-year-old forward was however, replaced with 20 minutes remaining on the clock, as Burnley stole an important point against Rantie's side.

Bongani Khumalo was unable to stop Nick Proschwitz from completing his brace in the 89th minute when everyone thought Doncaster Rovers had won the game.



Khumalo played the entire 90 minutes and often made several good blocks to keep his side in the game, which they drew 2-2 with Barnsley.

His teammate Dean Furman also enjoyed himself in the middle of the park. The Bafana star got a rare start and finished the game although getting three points would have been important to him.

In the FA Cup, Steven Pienaar helped Everton beat Swansea City 3-1 at Goodison Park to march on to the quarterfinals of this year's competition.

Pienaar came close to getting his name on the scoresheet in the 64th minute when he headed Seamus Coleman's cross narrowly wide with Swansea goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel well beaten.

BELGIUM

Darren Keet was beaten twice from the penalty spot by Timmy Simons, as KV Kortrijk were thrashed 3-1 by Club Brugge on Friday night.

Keet conceded the first penalty as early as in the 28th minute, and he was booked before failing to deny Simons from the spot-kick.



Racing Genk captain Anele Ngcongca showed his experience and maturity and helped his side to a hard fought 1-0 win over Lierse on Saturday.

Ngcongca consistently denied Mbaye Diagne and Thomas Wils from making dangerous crosses into the box, as Genk moved closer to Ayanda Patosi's Lokeren on the log.

Patosi was introduced in the 78th minute of Lokeren's 1-1 draw to KAA Gent on Sunday afternoon, replacing Neil de Pauw.



The 21-year-old attacking midfielder would need to get himself more into the starting line-up if he's to get his first start when South Africa welcome Brazil in Johannesburg on March 5.

Andile Jali played no part in KV Oostende's 1-1 draw at KV Mechelen on Saturday, as the South African midfielder continues to adapt to his new environment.

Oostende equalized through Frederico Villegas Vico with four minutes to play to salvage an important away point.

NETHERLANDS

Kamohelo Mokotjo failed a late fitness test and could only watch his side PEC Zwolle from distance against Cambuur on Sunday.

Zwolle suffered a 3-1 defeat away from home, and remained eighth in the Eredivisie's standing with 32 points from 24 games.

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