How did Everton’s young stars get on?
Vlasic will have irked some Evertonians after giving his opinion that Liverpool will win the Champions League this season, but it was another outstanding performance from the Croatian this week.
Elsewhere, there wasn’t much good news for Everton’s out-on-loan contingent, although Mo Besic put in a sterling performance for Middlesbrough.
Read on for what is effectively a repeat of last week’s loan recap.
Things aren’t going great for Onyekuru right now. He’s dipped in and out of the Galatasaray side after a positive start, and now he’s picked up a hamstring injury on international duty which will keep him out for about three weeks.
Robinson was rested by Wigan Athletic after some long haul flights while playing for the United States during the international break.
Connolly came on for the final three minutes to help Wigan see out there 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion.
Vlasic was the star of the show once more for CSKA, scoring the opening goal of their 2-0 away win over Anzhi Makhachkala. The Croatian youngster has now scored four goals in 10 appearances from midfield for the Russian side.
Not one of Williams’ best performances for Bolton Wanderers and was brought off after 67 minutes with the Trotters 1-0 down, and his side going on to secure a late equalizer.
Martina played the full 90 minutes once again in Stoke’s loss.
Was an unused substitute for League One Oxford.
Still nowhere to be seen.
A man of the match performance from Besic as he scored one and set up one in Boro’s 2-1 win at Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night. His Everton days are surely numbered but a return to the Premier League could be beckoning with the high-flying Teesiders.
Still yet to work his way into the starting XI, Bolasie again came off the bench for Villa in their 1-0 win over Swansea City.
Earned a start on Monday night, but was taken off after 68 minutes and replaced by long-term Everton target Willian Jose in Real Sociedad’s goalless draw at home to Girona.