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Loan watch: Roberts shines on Celtic debut

  • 08 February 2016 15:31
  • Posted by @kareem_kaddouri
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Check out how City's young players are doing on loan in Europe and further afield...

Patrick Roberts made his move to Celtic on loan in the last couple of weeks and he made an immediate impact.

The winger notched a hat-trick of assists and scored one himself in a 4-0 win whilst playing for the Celtic U20s.

Roberts capped of his outstanding performance against Motherwell by turning sharply in the box and firing a shot beyond the despairing goalkeeper. It was a day to remember for the teenager who celebrated his 19th birthday on the same day!

Watch the highlights of that game here from Motherwell FC's official YouTube channel.

Seko Fofana played the full 90 Minutes as SC Bastia beat ESTAC Troyes 2-0 at home. Bastia remian 14th in Ligue 1 but are within reaching distance of the top 10.

Bruno Zucculini featured for 67 minutes in a 1-0 away win for AEK Athens away to Iraklis. The result leaves AEK Athens in second place in Super League table.

Jack Byrne got 90 minutes under his belt for Cambuur Leeuwarden in a 2-0 loss to Groningen.

Thomas Agyepong made a substitute appearance in a 3-1 away win for FC Twente away to Heerenveen, which marks a third win in five for the team from Enschede.

City have four players on loan at Girona FC and Pablo Maffeo made a late appearance, coming on in the 81st minute. Florian Lejeune however featured for the whole match as Girona were held 1-1 to Gimnastic Tarragona. 

The result has Girona FC placed mid-table heading into the final phase of the season.

Ian Lawlor had a day to forget as he was in goal during the 3-0 away defeat to League One side Barnsley whilst playing for Bury FC. 

The Shakers remain firmly in mid-table, well adrift of the play-off spots and nervously looking over their shoulders at the teams below.

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