Aussies Abroad: Mabil, Boyle, Rogic fire during blockbuster weekend of action
Three Socceroos found themselves on the scoresheet and another delivered a solid Man of the Match performance in a huge weekend of Aussies Abroad action!
Here is your chance to catch up on all of the latest updates as leagues continue to kick off throughout Europe.
Watch Mabil, Boyle and Rogic's strikes in the player above!
After scoring to sink Celtic in Europe, the weekend saw Awer Mabil find the back of the net for the first time in the Danish Superligaen this season.
After starting his side's recent run of fixtures, the Socceroos forward was introduced off the bench in FC Midtjylland's 4-1 win over Vejle Boldklub.
In an outstanding 25-minute cameo, Mabil registered an assist and a goal - crashing home a cool finish from a near-impossible angle with ten minutes remaining.
Midtjylland's attention now turns to a huge Champions League Qualifying second leg at home to PSV, where Mabil and co. must overturn a three-goal deficit if they are to keep their hopes of playing in the competition's group stage alive.
Following on from their continental committments, Mabil will meet fellow Socceroo Lawrence Thomas' SønderjyskE in the league next week.
Thomas enjoyed another start for his club in their tight 1-0 defeat to Randers over the weekend.
Over in Scotland, both Martin Boyle and Tom Rogic fired for Hibernian and Celtic respectively.
Boyle extended his immense start to the season with a fifth goal in as many games, opening the scoring in Hibernian's 3-0 win over Ross County.
There was another Aussie involved in the fixture, with Olyroos goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer an unused substitute for the away side.
Maynard-Brewer sealed a year-long loan from parent club Charlton Athletic just days before the trip to Easter Road.
Over at Celtic Park, Ange Postecoglou handed fellow Aussie Tom Rogic a start during his first home league fixture in charge.
The Socceroos midfielder repayed his boss' faith, finding the back of the net in a 6-0 rout against Dundee FC.
Moving to Germany, Brandon Borrello continues to impress for his new club Dynamo Dresden.
The Socceroos forward took home Man of the Match honours during his side's 2-1 win over Paderborn, meaning they have four points to their name and sit in third after two rounds.
In Belgium, Trent Sainsbury made his first start for FC Kortrijk in what would turn out to be the team's maiden defeat of the campaign.
The defender played a full match as his side took the lead against KRC Genk, but suffered late heartbreak as a 92nd-minute winner saw the away side snatch a 2-1 victory.
Milos Degenek also earned a start in the heart in defence, playing 90 minutes of Red Star Belgrade's 1-0 win over Napredak.
Over in England, the Championship kicked off in quiet fashion for our Aussies involved.
Having only recently returned to training following his Olympic committments, Harry Souttar was an unused substitute in Stoke City's opening day 3-2 win over Reading.
Kenny Dougall's Blackpool FC kicked off life in the second tier with a thrilling late strike that saw them draw 1-1 with Bristol City. Despite not appearing for the Seasiders in pre-season, the Socceroos midfielder was said to be in contention for the fixture - however in the end, was not included in the matchday squad by Neil Critchley.
It was a similar story for Riley McGree, who was not named in the Birmingham City side that travelled to Brammal Lane and came away with an impressive 1-0 triumph over recently-relegated side Sheffield United.
On the other hand, Tyrese Francois, a member of Australia's U23's select that assembled in Marbella back in June, enjoyed his first start for Fulham in their 1-1 draw at home to Middlesbrough. The 21-year-old was handed his Premier League debut for the Cottagers late last season, and will be hoping to enjoy a breakout season under Marco Silva.
Both Jackson Irvine (FC. St Pauli, Germany) and Denis Genreau (Toulouse FC, France) saw their new clubs taste victory over the weekend - but the pair are still awaiting the chance to make their competitive debuts.