It’s been another successful weekend for our boys out on loan, so here’s a recap of how they performed all around Europe.

On Monday evening, Cagliari faced of against Sassuolo, winning 2-1 thanks to two stoppage time goals. Gaetano Oristanio started and saw 74 minutes before being substituted.

Valentín Carboni started for Monza in their 1-0 win at home over Genoa, seeing 57 minutes of playing time.

In Ligue 1, Martin Satriano saw three minutes off the bench for Brest as they secured a narrow 1-0 away win at Metz.

On Sunday, Standard Liege went away to Anderlecht, drawing 2-2. Zinho Vanheusden started and saw 43 minutes of action.

In the Swiss Super League, Mattia Zanotti started and saw the full 90 minutes for St. Gallen in their 0-3 loss away at Young Boys.

Over in Bulgaria, CSKA 1948 lost 0-3 at home to Krumovgrad. Nikola Iliev saw 16 minutes of action off the bench.

On Saturday, Sampdoria faced off against Lecco at home, winning 2-0. Sebastiano Esposito started and scored both goals in spectacular style before being substituted off in stoppage time. Filip Stanković started and saw the full 90 minutes, keeping a clean sheet.

Francesco Pio Esposito started and saw the full 90 minutes for Spezia in their 2-1 win away at Ascoli. The 18-year-old won the penalty which lead to the opening goal for the visitors.

In Serie C, Alessandro Silvestro saw the full 90 minutes for Fiorenzuola in their 0-0 draw at home against Arzignano.

Andrea Moretti saw the full 90 minutes in Aurora Pro Patria’s 1-1 draw at home against Alessandria.

On Sunday, Fermana drew 0-0 away to Lucchese, with Jacopo Gianelli seeing 23 minutes off the bench. Nicolò Biral & Dennis Curatolo both saw 10 minutes coming on as substitutes.

Players who were unused substitutes:
– Franco Carboni, Monza
– Francesco Nunziatini, SEF Torres
– Nikolaos Botis, Monopoli
– Gabriel Brazão, Ternana
– Alessandro Fontanarosa, Cosenza

Players who were not involved in matchday squads:
– Ionut Radu, Bournemouth
– William Rovida, Aurora Pro Patria
– Joaquin Correa, Marseille
– Eddie Salcedo, Eldense