McBreen plays in Shanghai win

There were mixed results for a number of former and current Central Coast Mariners players abroad over the weekend.

There were mixed results for a number of former and current Central Coast Mariners players abroad over the weekend.

In China, on-loan Mariners striker Daniel McBreen and former ace Bernie Ibini-s Shanghai SIPG enjoyed a 0-1 win over lowly Wuhan Zall in the Chinese Super League. McBreen played a full game for Gao Hongbo-s men while Ibini came on in the 63rd minute in the victory.

McBreen-s loan spell with Shanghai SIPG ends on October 31, meaning his final game for the Club will be against 2013 Chinese Super League Champions and 2013 AFC Champions League finalists, Guangzhou Evergrande, on October 30.

Elsewhere in Asia, former Mariners skipper Alex Wilkinson picked up a Korean FA Cup runners up medal on Saturday. Wilkinson-s Jeonbuk Hyundai side lost 4-3 on penalties to Pohang Steelers in the final, after the game was locked at 1-1 after extra time. Wilkinson played the entire match.

In China, Rostyn Griffiths started and played 25 minutes in Guangzhou R&F-s 1-0 loss away to Shanghai Shenxin. Griffiths was taken off after R&F-s first choice keeper was sent off.

In Europe, Mathew Ryan played a full game Club Brugge lost 4-1 away to Kortrijk. Brugge had two players sent from the field in the heavy away defeat.

Oliver Bozanic played a full match and missed a penalty as FC Luzern drew 1-1 with Young Boys of Bern in the Swiss Super League. The men from the Swissporarena are currently third in the Swiss top flight.

BVB Borussia Dortmund II were punished 4-0 by Preußen Münster in the German 3. Liga, with Mustafa Amini playing 67 minutes before being substituted.

Tom Rogic was an unusued substitute for Glasgow Celtic FC as the Bhoys drew 1-1 away to Hibernian.

Finally, Mile Jedinak-s Crystal Palace are at home to Fulham FC in a London Derby on Tuesday morning (AEDT) in the Barclays Premier League.