Former Mariners shine abroad

Former Central Coast Mariners skipper Alex Wilkinson was on the scoresheet in K-League Classic at the weekend as Jeonbuk Hyundai trumped Jeju United 2-0.

Former Central Coast Mariners skipper Alex Wilkinson was on the scoresheet in K-League Classic at the weekend as Jeonbuk Hyundai trumped Jeju United 2-0.

Wilkinson has been in super form for the Green Warriors of late, having found the net twice in the past three matches for Choi Kang-Hee-s team.

Elsewhere in Asia, on-loan Mariners marksman Daniel McBreen and former Central Coast attacker Bernie Ibini both played the full 90 minutes against Shanghai Shenhua on Saturday.

Despite dominating much of the game, Shanghai East Asia were made to pay for not taking their chances in the 53rd minute when Argentine Patricio Daniel Toranzo scored the match winning goal for Shenhua.

Meanwhile, midfielder Rostyn Griffiths came on the in 86th minute as Guangzhou R&F lost 1-0 to city rivals Guangzhou Evergrande.

In continental Europe, Mathew Ryan was again in goals for Club Brugge as Juan Carlos Garrido-s men hosted Gent at the Jan Breydel Stadion. Ryan-s Brugge were held 1-1 at home.

Oliver Bozanic was again central to much of FC Luzern-s best play in the Swiss Super League at the weekend. Luzern drew 1-1 at the Swissporarena against Swiss powerhouse FC Basel.

Mustafa Amini played 18 minutes as BVB Borussia Dortmund II lost 2-1 at home to Jahn Regensburg. Dortmund's second side fell to 11th place in the German 3. Liga.

Meanwhile in the United Kingdom, Tomas Rogic played a solid 80 minutes as Glasgow Celtic FC drew 2-2 with Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Celtic Park.

And Mile Jedinak-s Crystal Palace lost 2-1 to Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium at the weekend. Jedinak played a full match for Ian Holloway-s men.