South Africans Abroad: Ngcongca nets winner for Genk

The Bafana Bafana right back was the star South African performer overseas this weekend after helping Genk defeat Lokeren 2-1 with a late goal

Steven Pienaar made his first start for Everton since returning from his two-match ban against QPR. The midfielder was back to his influential best during the Toffee's 2-0 win over the relegation candidates. Pienaar's side sit merely three points below fourth position in the league and their push for Champions League football is certainly not over this season. 

Kagisho Dikgacoi will only play on Tuesday night this week for Crystal Palace when his side meets Ipswich Town in yet another vital Championship tie for the Eagles. Dikgacoi's dream to play in the Premier League is still in the balance as the Eagles sit precariously in fourth position on the Championship standings.

Dean Furman's Doncaster Rovers picked up a vital win in League One, with the midfielder playing the full ninety minutes against Crewe Alexandra. The game ended 2-1 after Billy Paynter scored two second half goals. Rovers sit two points ahead of AFC Bournemouth in the race for automatic progression to the Championship.

Bongani Khumalo made the bench up was not awarded with an appearance as his Greek side PAOK secured a 1-0 win over Levadiakos.

Thulani Serero was on the bench once again during Ajax Amsterdam's season-defining win over rivals PSV Eindhoven. Ajax defeated PSV 3-2 in a dramatic top of the table encounter, with the result meaning that Serero's team surge six points ahead of PSV in the Eredivisie standings.

Kamohelo Mokotjo did not make the squad for Feyenoord, who had to settle for a 1-1 draw against RKC Waalwijk.


Tokelo Rantie returned from his short injury lay-off and came on as a second half substitute against Kalmar for Malmo. He did not find the back of the net, but helped his side hold onto a 1-0 win thanks to an early strike from Jiloan Hamad.

May Mahlangu's Helsingborg failed to hold on for a win against Oster, as the home side stole a late draw with Pable Pinones-Arce scoring the equaliser in the 89th minute. The Bafana Bafana midfielder played the full match in the Myrejahus Arena.


Anele Ngcongca netted yet another goal for Genk in the Belgian League playoffs, but this time his strike won the game for the side who currently sit only a point behind leaders Anderlecht in Group 1. The defender's 84th minute goal helped his side defeat Lokeren 2-1.

Darren Keet provided Kortrijk with a clean sheet during their 3-0 thrashing of Mons, which means the team sits second in their Belgian League playoff group with 6 points.