Socceroos remains in the lead with huge wins in France and Germany – .

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Socceroos remains in the lead with huge wins in France and Germany – .


Jackson Irvine and Denis Genreau both collected assists as their club sides solidified their lead at the top of the table with huge wins over the weekend.

We start our weekend in France, where Genreau made a substantial impact for Toulouse FC who beat Auxerre 6-0.

The 22-year-old played just behind England leader Rhys Healey and was involved in several sweeping attacks, securing an assist in the seventh minute to secure an early 2-0 lead.

It was an impressive performance from the Socceroos midfielder, who rested after 58 minutes for the crucial next games for Toulouse, who remain one point ahead of the Ligue 2 lead.

In Germany, it was a busy afternoon for Irvine who scored an assist and a yellow card during his 54 minutes on the pitch for FC St. Pauli.

The Bundesliga side remain at the top of the table after a thrilling 4-2 victory over Hedenheim.

Elsewhere in Germany, specialist in set pieces Adjin Hrustic was an unused replacement in Eintracht Frankfurt’s 2-1 loss to Hertha Berlin on Sunday morning.

In Scotland, where that of Tom Rogic Celtic secured a well-deserved 2-0 victory over Motherwell, with the 28-year-old assisting the 17’s opening goale minute.

This victory allows Celtic to rise above the hibs and take fourth place in the Scottish Premiership.

Stay in Scotland, that of Martin Boyle Hibernian suffered a 3-0 loss to Dundee United, which drops Hibs to fifth place in the table. Socceroo played the full 90 minutes, taking a yellow card in the process.

In the English championship, Ancient callum played a full game for Hull City, who succumbed to Huddersfield Town 2 – 0.

Defender friend, Harry Souttar also played a full game, as Stoke City fell to hosts Sheffield United 2 – 1.

The Potters fall to fifth place in the table but remain looking for promotion to the Premier League.

A 20-minute cameo of Kenny Dougall was not enough to keep Blackpool from losing 2-1 to Nottingham Forrest on Sunday morning as the Seasiders lost their four-game unbeaten streak.

In Belgium, defender Trent Sainsbury‘s played the whole game in the middle of the defense of KV Kortrijk who lost 2-0 to the former employee of Mat Ryan, Club Brugge.

Second in the country, Daniel Arzani played one hour of Lommel’s 3-0 victory over Royal Excel Mouscron.

Imposing defender Milos Degenek was an unused replacement in the resounding demolition of their 7-1 Kolubara side, with the Serbian side just two points away from first place.

In Turkey, where Aziz Behich Giresunspor took a vital 2-0 victory over Rizspor, with former Newcastle Jets player Joe Champness scoring a sealer in the 94th minute.

Behich was introduced in the 67e minute.

In the Spanish Liga, the goalkeeper Mat Ryan was an unused replacement in Real Sociedad’s 1-0 win over Mallorca.

The result puts Sociedad three points clear at the top of La Liga at the time of writing, ahead of Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

In Denmark, Laurent Thomas SønderjyskE achieved a result that will undoubtedly please Mais Mabil and league leaders FC Mitdjylland holding second place FC København in a 1 – 1 draw at home.

Finally in Japan, Mitchell duc played 88 minutes of Fagiano Okayama’s 3-0 win over Matsumoto Yamaga.

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