Loan Watch: Norton-Cuffy scores first senior goal

Brooke Norton-Cuffy in action for Arsenal U-23s

Fourteen of our players have been in action for their respective loan clubs over the past week.

Read on to find out how they performed:

Brooke Norton-Cuffy continued his impressive form for Lincoln City, playing the full match and scoring his first professional goal in their 3-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday. Our young right-back registered the Imps' second goal of the afternoon, surging forward on to a cutback from Tom Hopper to find the bottom corner with a first-time strike inside the box. The three points keep Lincoln 18th in League One with 34 matches played.

Folarin Balogun had a busy week, featuring twice for Middlesbrough in two important wins. Our young striker was a 75th-minute substitute in his side's dramatic extra-time victory over Tottenham in the FA Cup. Josh Coburn's goal in the 107th minute was enough to knock our north London rivals out of the competition at the fifth-round stage. Balogun was back in league action at the weekend, where he played 63 minutes of his side's 2-1 win over Luton Town. Chris Wilder's men now hold a play-off spot in the Championship, sitting sixth after 34 matches, with a game in hand.

Dinos Mavropanos played 90 minutes and helped Stuttgart pick up a crucial win in their bid for survival, fighting back from two goals down to beat Borussia Monchengladbach 3-2. Sasa Kalajdzic's late strike sealed the win for the German side who now sit a point from safety after 25 matches.

Pablo Mari played the entirety of Udinese's 2-1 win over Sampdoria. Goals from Gerard Deulofeu and Destiny Udogie were enough to secure all three points and lift the Italian side to 14th in Serie A after 26 matches.

William Saliba played 90 minutes as Marseille were beaten 1-0 by Monaco. Gelson Martins scored the game's only goal to extend Jorge Sampaoli's side's winless run in the league to three matches. Matteo Guendouzi also played the full match as Marseille missed the chance to go second in Ligue 1 after 27 matches.

Lucas Torreira played 76 minutes of Fiorentina's 1-1 draw with Hellas Verona. The point keeps the Italian side eighth in Serie A with 27 matches played.

Reiss Nelson was a 72nd-minute substitute as Feyenoord were held 1-1 by FC Groningen. The Dutch side lost ground on the leaders, Ajax, and now sit third in the Eredivisie after 25 matches, eight points off top spot.

Dan Ballard played 90 minutes as Millwall beat Reading 1-0. Gary Rowett's side now sit 10th in the Championship, just three points shy of the play-off spots after 34 matches.

Jordi Osei-Tutu featured twice for Rotherham United as he stepped up his recovery from injury. Our defender played the full match and helped his side keep a clean sheet in their 0-0 draw with Shrewsbury Town. Osei-Tutu was then a 68th-minute substitute as the League One side lost 2-1 to MK Dons, keeping their lead at the top of League One to four points after 36 matches.

Alex Runarsson played the entirety of OH Leuven's 3-1 defeat to KAS Eupen.

Jordan McEneff featured twice for Shelbourne FC, playing 23 minutes in their 0-0 draw with UCD and 46 minutes in a 1-0 defeat to Derry City.

Nikolaj Moller played the full match as FC Den Bosch were beaten 4-0 by Excelsior Rotterdam.

Matt Smith played 90 minutes of Doncaster Rovers' 4-0 defeat to Cheltenham Town.

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