It was a pretty uneventful week of action for Everton’s out-on-loan contingent – save for an almighty mass brawl at the full-time whistle in Turkey…
Below we run through all the action.
Onyekuru returned to the Galatasaray starting line-up following a short hamstring lay-off.
Playing against their bitter rivals Fenerbahce, the game ended 2-2 with three players sent off following a massive scuffle at full-time (which you can see below).
Gala went 2-0 up after 49 minutes, before being pegged back later in the second half. Onyekuru was brought off after 85 minutes but looked dangerous at times.
Didn’t make the Wigan squad for the defeat to Leeds.
Relatively quiet weekend for Vlasic who played the full 90 minutes on the right wing in CSKA’s goalless draw at city rivals, Dinamo Moscow.
Ipswich Town were pegged back by 10-man Preston in a 1-1 draw, meaning they remain bottom of the table. Preston finished the match with an outfield player in goal, while Pennington putting in a solid performance at centre-half.
Watched Stoke’s goalless draw from the bench.
Watched Oxford’s 3-3 thriller at Scunthorpe from the bench.
Started on the right win for Fiorentina in their 1-1 draw with AS Roma. Was brought off after 53 minutes in what was a quiet performance.
Put in a tidy performance as Middlesbrough recorded their fourth goalless draw of the season under Tony Pulis.
Another cameo from the bench for Bolasie as Aston Villa beat Bolton 2-0 on Friday.
Appeared from the bench for the final 20 minutes for Real Sociedad, and he had a massive chance to break the deadlock in their goalless draw with Sevilla.
Guess what happened next...