Uganda Cranes defender Bevis Mugabi played full time upon return from injury during Motherwell’s 1-1 draw with St. Johnstone at Mcdiarmid Park on Saturday in the Scottish Premier League.
Midfielder Mark O’Hara drew first blood in the game for Motherwell before Stevie May leveled matters for the hosts from the spot as both sides shared spoils.
The game was his first since returning from a shoulder injury he sustained in October that also ruled him out of his country Uganda 2021 AFCON qualification double header against South Sudan.
However, it was Mugabi’s 9th League game this season (missed 4 matches) as his Motherwell side now settles in the 7th position on 15 points. Both teams will return to action on Saturday 28th November in a return leg encounter.
Elsewhere in South Africa, midfielder Moses Waiswa featured for 61 minutes as his Supersport united side lost 2-1 to Orlando pirates in the ABSA Premiership.
In England, Jordan Obita featured for 79 minutes as Oxford United claimed a 2-1 slim win over Wigan Athletic in League One.
In Israel, striker Fahad Bayo was introduced on the pitch after 77 minutes as his Ashdod side defeated Hapoel Beer Sheva 2-0 in the top flight.
Attacking midfielder Kizito William Luwagga was an unused substitute in Hapoel Kfar Saba’s 1-0 defeat at home to Sakhnin
In Sweden, Kenneth Mukisa was unused substitute as his Team TG FF side lost 2-0 to Karlslunds.
In Tanzania, right back Nicholas Wadada was left on the bench as his side Azam FC lost 1-0 to Kinondoni MC in the Vodacom Tanzania Premier League.