Former Nigeria youth international Kingsley Sokari scored his side second and his second goal of the season to help Tunisian side CS Sfaxien beat US Tataouine.
Sokari won the man of the match award for his impressive display two weeks ago, and he picked up from where he left off against Tataouine by rounding up a well worked team effort with a low finish.
The 21 year old finished off a cross with aplomb in a flowing team move which saw Stephen Nyarko produce a stunning back heel to start the move. Sokari was substituted to a standing ovation.
In Israel Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla Nigerian forward Jacob Njoku scored his sixth goal of the season in all competition in their 2-1 win over Maccabi Shaaraim. A result that brightens their chances of gaining promotion to the top flight in Israel.
However the performance of the day was delivered by Mikel Agu in the colours of Vitoria Setubal in their 3-0 win over Tondela. The FC Porto loanee covered almost every blade of grass on the pitch for his team, and despite picking up a yellow card, he was by far among the best players for his team.