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 Leganés are set to host Levante at the Butarque this evening, with both sides currently locked on 30 points.

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