Salomon Kalou, Hertha Berlin

Phumzile Ngcatshe

Saturday Feb 10, 2018. 17:40

It is another Saturday afternoon and brings you an edition of Africa Stars Watch.

We take a look at Africa’s finest players plying their trades in top football leagues across the globe on Saturday, February 10 2018.


17:55 – Ayew’s Swansea still locked at 0-0 against Burnley. No goal for Gueye’s Everton against Palace. Stoke 1-0 down against Brighton.

17:50 – Kouyate’s Hammers have netted an opener against Watford at home. 1-0 att half time.

17:45 – Brighton have scored against Stoke which features Senegal’s Papa Ndiaye and Cameroon’s Erick Choupo-Moting. 1-0.

17:40 – We are back for the second half in the German Bundesliga.

17:35 – It is raining goals in Italy, Kessie’s Milan are 3-0 up against Drame’s Spal.

17:30 – Senegalese international, Cheickhou Kouyate is starring for West ham in England against Watford. It is goalless in the first half.

17:15 – Ghana international Jordan Ayew is starting for Swansea against Burnley and his brother, Andre, is benched. No goal so far.

17:10 – Balogun’s Mainz have made it 1-1 against Hoffenheim in Germany. Sixminutes to the interval.

17:05 – Senegal’s Idrissa Gueye and Omar Niasse are both starting for Everton against Crystal Palace in the English Premier League. No goals so far.

17:00 – Kalou’s Hertha Berlin are yet to score in their Bundesliga match against Leverkusen after 30 minutes.

16:52 – Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng starts for Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany. They are 1-0 up against FC Koln.

16:48 – It is half time in the Serie A, Gomis and Drame’s Spal yet to score. Milan lead 1-0.

16:40 – Nigerian defender Leon Balogun starts for Mainz against Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga. We are in the first 10 minutes of the game.

16:30 – Cote d’Ivoire’s Salomon Kalou starts for Hertha Berlin in Germany against Bayer Leverkusen. The game just got underway.

16:30 – Senegal’s goalkeeper Alfred Gomis and Boukary Drame are both benched by Spal against AC Milan in the Italian Serie A. 1-0 to Milan.

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