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African goals in Europe: Feb 28 - 1 Mar


Dieumerci Mbokani
Mbokani hit two goals for Standard Liege as they thrashed Cercles Bruges
DR Congo striker Dieumerci Mbokani has gone to the top of the goal-scoring charts after hitting the back of the net twice for Standard Liege who beat Cercles Bruges 4-0.

Niger striker Moussa Maazou was sent off as his side Lokeren lost 1-0 in a home game against Gent.

Emmanuel Odita equalised just six minutes after his side Westerlo had conceded the opening goal to Zulte-Waregem, to make it 1-1.

It was his second goal of the season and in successive weekends for the Nigerian striker.

Moroccan midfielder Abdelmajid Oulmers was on target for the first time this season after scoring the second goal for Charleroi who beat Mons 3-0.

Senegalese striker Cheikou Kouyate was sent off early in the second half for a dangerous challenge.

Four minutes after the incident Kouyate's side Kortrijk conceded another goal and the final score was 3-0 for Beerschot.


Moroccan striker Nourdin Boukhari was on target for NAC Breda after opening the scoring in the 15th minute in their 3-1 triumph over Sparta Rotterdam.


The Ivorian striker Ibrahim Bakayoko came on as a 69th minute substitute to score the equaliser and the match winner for Paok Saloniki who came from behind to beat Panionios 2-1.


Frederic Kanoute scored twice for Sevilla as they bounced back from a goal down at Athletic Bilboa to triumph 2-1. The Malian has now taken his goal tally to 10.


Joel Epalle from Cameroon launched Bochum's comeback in the 12th minute as they beat Energie Cottbus 3-2.

And Zambia's Christopher Katongo equalised for Arminia Bielefeld in their 1-1 draw at FC Cologne.


Angolan Mateus was the hero for Nacional after scoring two late goals as his side came from behind to beat Academica 3-1.

Cape Verdean striker Lito had put Academica in the lead in their 20th minute.

It was the Cape Verdean's sixth goal this season, while Mateus has scored five goals so far.


Malian striker Moussa Maiga and his Ivorian team mate Gervinho scored both goals in the second half for Le Mans who beat Le Havre.

Beninois striker Stephan Sessegnon scored the fourth and last goal for Paris Saint-Germain who beat Nancy 4-1. PSG are now four points behind the leaders Lyon.

Moroccan striker Marouane Chamakh scored the only goal of the game as Bordeaux edged out Lorient.

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