Mitch Langerak entered the history books again while Riley McGree's Birmingham City overcame Harry Souttar's Stoke in the Championship.
Check out this week's review of how our Aussies fared across the globe over the past couple of days.
Beginning in Japan where Mitch Langerak registered his eighth straight clean sheet of the J League season for Nagoya Grampus.
A routine 3-0 win against Oita Trinita was enough to see the Aussie shot stopper break another record as he became the first goalkeeper to enjoy eight straight shut-outs in the competition's history.
To add to the occasion, it was also a record for Nagoya as they become the first J League team not to concede in eight consecutive matches.
Adam Taggart will soon be in contention for his Cerezo Osaka debut as he completes the final days of his mandatory quarantine period.
In Scotland, Tom Rogic came on in the 68th minute for Celtic as they swept past Livingston 6-0.
In the Championship, Harry Souttar's Stoke City suffered a shock 2-0 defeat to Birmingham City on Saturday, in a game where Riley McGree was introduced at half time.
The defeat leaves the Potters in 12th position with 55 points to their name, ten points ahead of Birmingham who are currently 18th.
Remaining in England, Kenny Dougall played the full match for Blackpool as they shared the points with Lincoln in a 2-2 stalemate.
The point is enough to see Dougall’s side retain fourth position on the ladder.
Heading to Germany where Ajdin Hrustic was an unused substitute for Eintracht Frankfurt as they came out on top 4-3 against top four rivals Wolfsburg.
Mathew Leckie was also in the matchday squad for Hertha Berlin as they drew 1-1 with Borussia Monchengladbach.
In Greece, James Jeggo played 90 minutes as Aris were defeated 3-1 by AEK Athens.
Milos Degenek enjoyed a well-earned rest as Red Star Belgrade continued their impressive run in Serbia with a 5-1 triumph over Javor.