There were a lot of positives for a number of the Liverpool players that are out on loan this week.
— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ) September 18, 2017
Allan Rodrigues de Souza, Apollon Limassol
Allan Souza finally made his Apollon Limassol debut on Monday, starting in centre midfield as his side twice came from behind to beat Ermis Aradippou, 4-2. Allan was booked on 51 minutes, and was taken off after 80.
Apollon drew 1-1 at AEL on Saturday. Allan was an unused substitute.
Taiwo Awoniyi (20) – on loan at Royal Excel Mouscron from Liverpool – scored this beauty.
Shame he's got WP issues.pic.twitter.com/pTjVRcYwI6
— Scouted Football (@ScoutedFtbl) September 18, 2017
Taiwo Awoniyi, Royal Excel Mouscron
Taiwo Awoniyi’s excellent form continued on Wednesday, as the Nigerian striker scored his third goal of the season to help Mouscron overcome the challenge of second division side Tubize in the Belgian Cup.
After starting, Awoniyi scored the opening goal, before coming off around the hour mark as his side coasted to a 3-1 victory.
On Saturday, Mouscron climbed to fourth in the Belgian First Division A after securing a 3-2 win over AS Eupen. Taiwo Awoniyi started and played the first 88 minutes, in another impressive result for his side.
With three goals through his first seven games, Awoniyi has already matched his total from last season, in 14 fewer games.
Pedro Chirivella, Willem II
After being named in the Eredivisie Team of the Week last week, Chirivella played another 90 minutes on Wednesday, helping his team brush aside fifth division outfit CSV Apeldoorn in the KNVB Cup. Chirivella earned an assist on the second goal, after a good pass set up an impressive finish from Kostas Tsimikas.
Chirivella missed out on Willem’s 2-1 home defeat to Heerenveen on Saturday through suspension, after picking up five yellow cards.
Shamal George, Carlisle United
Carlisle cruised to a resounding win on Saturday, beating midtable rivals Crewe Alexandra 5-0 away from home. Shamal George started and kept his first league clean sheet of the season.
Toni Gomes, Forest Green Rovers
Forest Green Rovers fell to last place in the League Two table, after losing 2-0 to Swindon Town. Toni Gomes made his second start of the season, playing 67 minutes in the defeat.
Liverpool U23s manager says Harry Wilson could be loaned out in January and praises Ryan Kent for Freiburg loan. https://t.co/8AR1xfKTvU
— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ) September 22, 2017
Ryan Kent, SC Freiburg
SC Freiburg’s difficult start to the season continued on Wednesday, when only a late goal from Nils Petersen saved a 1-1 home draw with Hannover 96. Ryan Kent came off the bench after 74 minutes, and earned a booking in injury time.
On Saturday, Freiburg drew 0-0 at Werder Bremen. Kent again came on as a substitute, this time in the 63rd minute. Freiburg have drawn four of their first six games, but have scored just two goals so far.
Brooks Lennon, Real Salt Lake
Real Salt Lake’s strong recent form continued, as they climbed into the MLS Western Conference playoff spots after a 2-0 win over Seattle Sounders. Brooks Lennon returned to the starting XI, playing 78 minutes to help his side to an important victory.
God bless and protect us🙏🏽⚽️ pic.twitter.com/aGyHMjgxFY
— Sheyi Ojo (@sheyi_ojo) September 23, 2017
Sheyi Ojo, Fulham
Fulham drew 1-1 against Middlesbrough on Saturday. Sheyi Ojo once again started, and played the full 90 minutes for the Cottagers.
Divock Origi, VfL Wolfsburg
Just two games into his season-long spell at VfL Wolfsburg, Divock Origi saw a managerial change, as Wolfsburg sacked Dutchman Andries Jonker on Monday, replacing him with former Mainz boss Martin Schmidt.
On Tuesday, Divock Origi scored his first goal for his new club, finishing off a great cross from Paul-Georges Ntep to give Wolfsburg a 1-0 lead over Werder Bremen. The game would finish 1-1, with Origi playing the full 90 minutes.
On Friday, Wolfsburg battled to a 2-2 draw at Bayern Munich. Origi made his fourth straight start, coming off after 85 minutes.
— Anything Liverpool (@AnythingLFC_) September 24, 2017
Connor Randall, Hearts
Connor Randall returned from a knock to start for Hearts as they travelled to Partick Thistle. The midfielder played the full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw.
Jordan Williams, Rochdale
Jordan Williams continued his establishment as an integral member of the Rochdale first team this week, with the midfielder named in the starting XI for the fifth straight game as his side traveled to Bury in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday.
The Welshman played 73 minutes, before he was taken off with Rochdale cruising to a 4-0 win.
Williams also started in Rochdale’s 3-0 win over Gillingham on Saturday. Williams played the full 90 minutes, and was booked after 57 minutes.