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It was yet another busy week for the Liverpool loanee’s who were action, with games in Europe and at home we go over the all the best & worst bits of their week.
Danny Ings (Southampton)
After sitting out last weeks game against parent club Liverpool the forward made his return as he lined up against Wolves at the weekend, he drew a blank that day as Southampton went down to a 2-0 loss however he more then made up for it during the week as he grabbed his 4th goal of the season and scored in the penalty shoot against Everton in the League cup.
Next up for Ings is a home against Chelsea where Liverpool fans will hope he continues his fine form.
Harry Wilson (Derby)
Last weeks loan player of the week was not able to reproduce his heroics this week for Derby, on the bright side he did start both of Derby’s games this week first against Bolton and then against Norwich in midweek but got subbed both times.
Ryan Kent & Ovie Ejaria (Rangers)
The week did not start well for the pair as Rangers fell to a shock 1-0 loss against Livingstone with Ejaria starting and Kent coming off the bench in the second half, the week did get better for both the loanees when they started against Rapid Vienna in the Europa League helping the Gers to a 3-1 victory.
Adam Bogdan (Hibernian)
An impressive week for the Hungarian goalkeeper as he kept a third clean sheet in a row as Hibernian climbed to 2nd in the Scottish Premier League, if he continues in this vain of form he should have no problem picking up a new contract at Hibs next season.
Taiwyo Awoniyi (Gent)
It has been a frustrating few weeks for Awoniyi who after making a bright start in Belgium started to see his form dip and with that saw him lose his place in the Gent starting lineup.
However he was back among the goals this week scoring not only 1 but 2 goals as Gent beat Excelsior Virton 4-2 to move onto the next stage of the Belgian Cup.
Loris Karius (Besiktas)
The German goalkeeper had a Karius week and by that I mean he started the week with a great display and a clean sheet against Kayserispor, he played so well the local fans were nicknaming him Spiderman but he was more like Venom during the midweek game against Malmo as he conceded an absolute howler from a cross come shot.
Oh Loris 🙈🙈
— Ste Hoare (@stehoare) October 4, 2018
Allan Rodriquez (Frankfurt)
Finally a full debut for the Brazilian playmaker and a good one at that as he starred in a 4-1 against Hannover, unfortunately for him it was not good enough for him to get a second start a few days later against Lazio but he should start to see more game time in the coming weeks.
Shey Ojo (Reims)
Elsewhere on the continent it was a frustrating week for Shey Ojo, he did start in the league game against PSG but as you would expect he mainly had to put in defensive work as Reims went down 4-1 and he followed that up during the week with a substitute appearance against Bordeaux only managing 20 minutes.
Herbie Kane (Doncaster)
Elsewhere in the league Herbie Kane has continued his fantastic form for Doncaster Rovers making himself a mainstay in the midfield and provided an assist during their 3-2 win against Plymouth Argyle.
Loan Player of the week: Danny Ings