A Cup win, broken nose, penalty save and plenty of goals - our Aussies abroad have been in the thick of the action this weekend!
James Holland came on in the 55th minute of Austria Wien's 2-1 win at home to Wiener Neustadt in Austria's Bundesliga.
Mat Ryan's Club Brugge went down 1-0 at home Standard Liege in the Belgian Pro League.
Mitch Langerak played the full match for Borussia Dortmund, who drew 1-1 away to Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga.
Josh Brillante was an unused substitute for Empoli, who upset Napoli 4-2 at home in Serie A. A tier below in the Serie B, Mark Birighitti played but couldn't prevent AS Varese from losing 2-1 at home to Latina.
Oliver Bozanic played but couldn't get on the scoresheet as his Luzern thumped St Gallen 6-2 in the Swiss Super League.
Mark Birighitti played a full match in goals for AS Varese in Serie B as his side suffered a 2-1 home defeat.
Chris Ikonomidis scored a first-half brace to lead Lazio's youth team to the Coppa Primavera title with a 2-1 aggreagte win over Roma.
Mark Schwarzer was among the substitutes for Leicester City, who recorded an important 3-0 win at home to Newcastle United, sucking the Magpies into the relegation battle.
Brad Jones was not in the matchday squad for Liverpool's 2-1 home victory over Queens Park Rangers, while Jason Davidson was also left out of the West Bromwich Albion squad that surprised Manchester United 1-0 away.
In the Championship, Socceroos goalkeeper Adam Federici saved a penalty as the Royals won 3-0 away to Derby County, denying the Rams a place in the playoffs.
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