Loan Watch: Clasie involved in Feyenoord victory

By SFC Media Mon 04 Mar Loan Watch
Photo by Getty Images | Jordy Clasie

It was a productive weekend in Eredivisie for Jordy Clasie's Feyenoord, as a Robin van Persie hat-trick helped to inspire a 4-0 win over FC Emmen.

Clasie played the full 90 minutes, where Steven Berghuis netted the game's fourth, meaning Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side strengthened their grip on a Europa League qualification spot.

Back on home turf, Jack Hesketh was involved in yet another MK Dons victory, playing 83 minutes of their 1-0 triumph over Crawley Town at Stadium MK.

The winning goal was scored by Kieran Agard in the 41st minute, maintaining their hopes of an automatic promotion spot - or, at the very least, a shot at the play-offs.

It was a vital three points too, as, for the second week running, all of League Two's top four sides picked up maximum spoils.

It was a less successful afternoon in the EFL for Harry Reed though, whose Blackburn side suffered a shock 3-2 loss to Rotherham United.

The midfielder only entered the fray in second-half stoppage time, as Rotherham ended a run of five consecutive draws to put further dent in Blackburn's fading play-off chances.

Elsewhere, both Wesley Hoedt and Sofiane Boufal were involved in Celta Vigo's 1-0 loss to Eibar - the latter as a 67th minute substitute. Sergi Enrich scored a late tap in to secure the points, as Celta dropped to 17th in La Liga (two clear of the drop zone).

Guido Carrillo's Legan├ęs are set to host Levante at the Butarque this evening, with both sides currently locked on 30 points.

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