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African goals in Europe: 2-3 April

The BBC's African sports programme Fast Track brings you a weekly rundown of all the African goal scorers across the top leagues in Europe.

ENGLAND
Didier Drogba
Drogba celebrates his equaliser

Despite Ivory Coast's Didier Drogba grabbing his 10th goal of the season - Chelsea stay in fourth place 11 points behind league leaders Manchester United.

Manchester City stay ahead of Chelsea thanks to their emphatic 5-0 win over visitors Sunderland - with another Ivorian Yaya Toure scoring the last goal in that game. City are one point ahead of Chelsea - who have a game in hand.

Nigeria's Dickson Etuhu was also on the scoresheet as he helped Fulham to a 3-0 win at home to Blackpool.

GERMANY

Senegal striker Papiss Demba Cisse scored in the first minute for Frieburg at Mainz - the game finished 1-1.

It was Cisse's 19th league goal of the season and makes him the joint top scorer in the Bundesliga alongside Bayern Munich's Mario Gomez.

FRANCE

Cameroon striker Benjamin Moukandjo Bile was on target for Monaco who beat 10-man Arles 2-0 in a bottom of the table clash. The victory though was not enough to get Monaco off the relegation zone.

Bile's compatriot Aurelien Chedjou opened the score for Lille who outclassed Caen 3-1.

Senegal's Moussa Sow sealed victory for Lille in the 73rd minute before Morocco striker Youssef El Arabi pulled a goal back for Caen with five minutes remaining. Sow is top scorer in Ligue 1 with 20 goals.

Nigeria's Ideye Brown was the hero for Sochaux as he snatched the last-gasp winner in added time in their 2-1 win over Brest.

Earlier Algeria midfielder Ryad Boudebouz had scored from the penalty spot for Sochaux in the 7th minute.

Senegal striker Souleymane Camara scored the only goal of the game just four minute after coming on as a substitute for Montpellier as they edged out hosts Toulouse.

Gabon midfielder Eric Mouloungui scored a last minute penalty to rescue Nice who drew 2-2 with Lyon.

SPAIN

Lassad Nouioui from Tunisia scored the winner for Deportivo La Coruna who beat Mallorca 2-1.

Cameroon striker Pierre Webo had given Mallorca the lead in the 27th minute, however, he was sent off in the last minute.

Mali striker Frederic Kanoute scored from the penalty spot to help Sevilla beat Real Zaragoza 3-1.

TURKEY

Senegal defender Khalifa Sankare found the back of the net for Olympiakos Volos who beat Xanthi 3-0.

Algeria's Rafik Djebbour was also on target to help Olympiakos to a 3-1 win over Kavala.

BELGIUM

Zimbabwean Vusumuzi Nyoni scored the opener for Germinal Beerschot who beat Zulte-Waregem 2-0.

PORTUGAL

Porto claimed the title after beating their arch-rivals Benfica 2-1 on Sunday. While there wasn't any African participation in the game there were African goals elsewhere.

Cameroon striker Albert Ze Meyong scored the winner for Braga who beat Beira Mar 2-1.

Angola striker Djalma was on target for Maritimo who grabbed all three points away by beating Uniao Leiria 3-1.



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see also
African goals in Europe: 5-6 March
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African goals in Europe: 26-27 Feb
28 Feb 11 |  African
African goalscorers in Europe
21 Feb 11 |  African
African goalscorers in Europe
14 Feb 11 |  African
African goalscorers in Europe
31 Jan 11 |  African


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