Loan Watch: Smith Rowe scores and assists

Six of our players were in action for their loan clubs over the weekend.

Scroll down to find out how they got on:

Emile Smith Rowe scored and assisted in Huddersfield 3-2 loss at Fulham. Bobby Reid and Tom Cairney found the net inside the opening 15 minutes to give the Cottagers a two-goal lead, before Aleksandr Mitrovic made it 3-0 after just 31 minutes. Smith Rowe then struck back for Huddersfield, turning the ball in from close range after darting into the penalty area from the right-hand side. Just four minutes later, Smith Rowe turned provider, drilling a low ball across goal for Steve Mounie to convert. Emile was substituted in the 89th minute for Rekeil Pyke as the Terriers slipped to defeat.

Emile Smith Rowe celebrates finding the net at Craven Cottage

Dinos Mavropanos played the full 90 minutes as Nurnberg won 2-0 at home to Sandhausen, with victory taking Nurnberg out of the 2. Bundesliga relegation zone. Michael Frey gave the hosts the lead after 12 minutes, before Robin Hack increased the advantage.

Mohamed Elneny played the full 90 minutes as Besiktas won 2-1 at Rizespor. Burak Yilmaz gave the visitors the lead after 29 minutes, before Milan Skoda levelled for the hosts. A goal from Gokhan Gonul with 11 minutes remaining decided the result.

William Saliba played the entirety of Saint-Etienne's 3-1 loss at Metz. Opa Nguette opened the scoring just before half-time, before Habibou Diallo doubled the lead. Nguette then struck again, meaning Romain Hamouma's 89th-minute strike was nothing more than a consolation.

Ben Sheaf played for 73 minutes before being substituted in Doncaster's 2-1 loss at Fleetwood. Ched Evans scored to send the hosts in leading at the break, before Harry Souttar doubled their advantage in the 49th minute. Niall Ennis struck back to halve the deficit with 35 minutes remaining, but Doncaster were unable to draw level. Sheaf made way for James Coppinger with 17 minutes left to play.

Tyreece John-Jules played the entirety of Lincoln City's 2-1 loss at Southend United. Charlie Kelman gave the Blues the lead just after the hour mark, before Harry Anderson equalised in the 89th minute. However, a header from Elvis Bwomono in the sixth minute of added time meant that Lincoln left Essex empty-handed.

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