Three Zimbabwean players based abroad were on target for their respective teams on Tuesday.
Tawanda Maswanhise scored his seventh goal of the season across all competitions in Leicester City U21’s 4-2 penalty shootout victory against Bradford City in the Papa Johns Trophy.
The Zimbabwean youngster netted City’s second goal to complete the 2-2 comeback that forced the game into penalties.
Maswanhise has now scored in both appearances in the competition, while also boasting of a five-goal tally in the Premier League 2 campaign.
In the China Super League, Nyasha Mushekwi took his season total to eight goals after helping his Zhejiang Greentown side to a 2-1 victory over WH Three Towns.
Mushekwi also extended his record as the club’s all-time top scorer to forty-four goals.
Defender Divine Lunga netted his first goal in his second spell at Golden Arrows in the DSTV Premiership match against Cape Town City.
Lunga grabbed a late equaliser to squeeze a 1-1 draw for his side.
The left-back, who’s on a season-long loan from Mamelodi Sundowns, has started in all the last seven games for Arrows.
Elsewhere, England-based trio of Burton FC striker David, Plymouth Argyle defender Brendan Galloway and Fleetwood striker Admiral Muskwe were also in action on Tuesday night.