Aussies Abroad: Irvine, Bos and Mabil score, Boyle and Robertson assist
In another big weekend for our Aussies Abroad, Jackson Irvine scored a stunner as St Pauli remained top of the 2. Bundesliga while Jordan Bos and Awer Mabil also scored and Martin Boyle and Alexander Robertson notched assists.
Check out our wrap of all the weekend's Aussies Abroad action.
Starting in Germany's 2. Bundesliga, where Jackson Irvine (cap #568) played a full game and opened the scoring with a brilliant long-range goal but it was not enough to inspire St Pauli to victory against Hamburger SV, as the league leaders gave up a two-goal lead in their 2-2 draw on Saturday in the Hamburg derby.
Despite the draw, St Pauli still remain three points clear of Hamburger atop the standings with their undefeated start from 15 games still intact.
Connor Metcalfe (cap #611) also played 86 minutes.
Over to Belgium, where Jordan Bos (cap #632) played a full game and scored his first goal for KVC Westerlo as they went down 3-1 to Anderlecht on Saturday.
The 90th-minute strike was a consolation goal as Westerlo slumped to back-to-back defeats and plummeted further down the table in 15th. Bos also won 14 duels and recorded an 81% passing accuracy rate.
Elsewhere in Belgium, Aiden O’Neill (cap #629) played a full game for Standard Liege as they lost 2-0 to Club Brugge on Monday.
Jason Davidson (cap #545) played a full game for KAS Eupen on Sunday as they drew 1-1 with Kortrijk to remain in the relegation zone.
In Switzerland, Awer Mabil (cap #597) also found himself on the scoresheet as he scored the fourth goal after assisting the third in a 70-minute performance for Grasshopper as they thumped Lausanne 5-0 on Sunday in the Swiss Super League.
Over to England, where Alexander Robertson (cap #630) played 84 minutes and notched his third assist of the season as Portsmouth defeated Northampton Town 3-0 to remain top of the League One table.
New Socceroo Kusini Yengi (cap #638) also made his first start for the club and played the full match.
In the Championship, Massimo Luongo (cap #571) and Cameron Burgess (cap #633) both played another full game as Ipswich Town kept pace with the top of the league with a 2-1 win over Coventry on Sunday.
Elsewhere in the Championship, Sammy Silvera (cap #634) came off the bench in the 72nd minute for Middlesbrough on Sunday as they lost 3-2 to Leeds United. Tom Glover was also on the bench.
Harry Souttar (cap #606) was also an unused substitute as Leicester City secured a last-minute 2-1 win over West Brom on Sunday to retake the top spot in the league.
Elsewhere in England, Ashley Maynard-Brewer was in goal for Charlton Athletic as were knocked out of the FA Cup with a 2-0 loss to Gillingham on Sunday.
Kenny Dougall's (cap #608) Blackpool FC were also due to be in FA Cup 2nd Round action on Sunday but their match against Forest Green was postponed due to an investigation relating to the eligibility of a player used by Forest Green Rovers in the first round.
Over to Scotland, where Martin Boyle (cap #599) played 90 minutes and assisted both goals as Hibernian beat Aberdeen 2-0 on Monday, extending the club's unbeaten run to six matches.
James Jeggo (cap #601) came off the bench in the 79th minute while Lewis Miller (cap #635) served a suspension after scoring and being sent off for two bookable offences last week.
Keanu Baccus (cap #628) came off the bench in the 78th minute for St Mirren on Monday as they lost to Rangers 2-0.
Elsewhere in the Scottish Premiership, Kye Rowles (cap #622) played a full game and helped keep a clean sheet while Olyroo Calem Nieuwenhof also started and played 84 minutes for Heart of Midlothian FC as they beat Kilmarnock 1-0 on Sunday. Cameron Devlin (cap #625) also came off the bench in the 64th minute as Hearts made it four wins in a row.
Later on Sunday night, Ryan McGowan (cap #546) played a full game for St Johnstone in a 3-1 loss to league leaders Celtic.
In the Scottish Championship, Dylan McGowan (cap #590) played a full game for Hamilton Academical on Sunday as they beat Queen of the South 5-0 to remain top of the league.
In the Netherlands, Matthew Ryan (cap #555) was in goal for AZ Alkmaar as they suffered a disappointing 1-1 draw in their return to Eredivisie action on Monday against Utrecht.
Elsewhere in the Netherlands, Garang Kuol (cap #627) came off the bench in the 57th minute for FC Volendam in a 5-0 loss to PEC Zwolle on Sunday.
In France, Denis Genreau (cap #610) was an unused substitute for Toulouse FC as they returned to Ligue 1 action on Monday with a 1-1 draw against Lorient.
In Serbia, Milos Degenek (cap #585) was an unused substitute for FK Crvena Zvezda as they returned to league action in Serbia on Monday with a 1-0 win over Napredak.
In Italy's Serie B, Alessandro Circati (cap #637) played a full game for Parma in a 1-0 win over Spezia on Sunday as they held their goal-difference lead at the top of the table.
In Austria, James Holland (cap #508) was an unused substitute for Austria Wien as they drew 0-0 with his former club LASK on Monday.
Over to the Saudi Pro League, Craig Goodwin (cap #562) started and played 88 minutes for Al-Wehda on Sunday as they lost 2-0 to Al-Raed.
In Japan's J1 League, Thomas Deng (cap #598) played a full game for Albirex Niigata as they ended their season with a 1-0 win over Cerezo Osaka on Sunday. Albirex finished the campaign in tenth.
Elsewhere in the J1 League, Mitch Langerak (cap #566) was in goal for Nagoya Grampus as they also ended their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Kashiwa Reysol on Sunday. Nagoya were close to obtaining AFC Champions League qualification but after recent results, they ended up finishing in sixth.
In Singapore, Bailey Wright (cap #576) played a full game and scored a goal for Lion City Sailors in a 3-3 draw with Tampines Rovers in the Singapore Cup Semi Final first leg on Sunday.
In the USA, Brad Smith (cap #575) came on in the 77th minute for Houston Dynamo as they lost 2-0 to LAFC in the MLS conference final on Sunday.
In the Championship, Nectarios Triantis was an unused substitute for Sunderland on Sunday in a 1-1 draw with Millwall.
In the FA Cup 2nd Round, Nicholas Bilokapic was in goal for Peterborough United as they beat Doncaster 2-1 to advance on Sunday.
As mentioned above, Calem Nieuwenhof played 84 minutes for Heart of Midlothian FC as they beat Kilmarnock 1-0 on Sunday.
In Norway, recent Socceroos train-on Patrick Yazbek started and played the first half for Viking FK in a 5-1 win over Rosenborg on Monday.
In Poland, Louis D'Arrigo came on in the 78th minute for Lechia Gdańsk as they beat Miedź Legnica 2-0 on Sunday.
Adrian Segecic started and played 73 minutes for FC Dordrecht as they beat Roda 2-0 on Saturday in the Eerste Divisie.
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Keegan Jelacic came on in the 86th minute for Stabaek in Norway on Monday as they lost 3-0 Haugesund.
Starting in England's FA Cup 2nd Round on Sunday, where Jack Iredale played 90 minutes as Bolton beat Harrogate Town 5-1 to advance.
Elsewhere in the FA Cup 2nd Round, Dean Bouzanis helped keep a clean sheet for Sutton United as they beat Horsham 3-0 on Sunday.
Anthony Kalik came on in the 65th minute and grabbed an assist for Hajduk Split on Sunday in a 3-0 win over HNK Gorica.
In Italy, Cristian Volpato was an unused substitute for Sassuolo as they lost 2-1 to Roma on Monday.
Ryan Edwards was an unused substitute for SD Amorebieta on Monday in a 1-0 loss against Burgos in Spain’s second division.
John Iredale came off the bench in the 76th minute for Wehen Wiesbaden in Germany’s 2. Bundesliga in a 3-2 loss to Holstein Kiel on Saturday.
In the Turkish TFF First League, Al Hassan Toure started and played 68 minutes for Şanlıurfaspor on Sunday as they lost 2-0 to Bodrumspor FC.
In the K1 League play-offs on Sunday, Alexander Grant played a full game for Pohang Steelers as they drew 0-0 with Gwangju.
Lachlan Jackson played a full game for Suwon FC in a 1-1 draw with Jeju on Saturday in the K1 League relegation play-offs.