It was not a bad weekend for Rwandan players abroad as many football leagues across Europe kicked off. Winger Joel Mugisha assisted two first half goals for Bodo Glimt whereas the likes of Sven Kalisa and Noam Emeran also excelled in their respective leagues. Times Sport looks at a wrap up of how Rwandan players abroad fared over the weekend. Norway Joel Mugisha set up two goals in the first half and lasted 74 minutes as Bodo Glimt went away to humiliate Sarpsborg by four goals to one. Elsewhere in the division 2, goalkeeper Clement Twizere Buhake was in goal for Strommen IF who lost 3-1 to Egersund. Luxembourg Central midfielder Sven Kalisa played 90 minutes for Etzella Ettelbruck who came from behind to beat Mondercange 2-1 at the Communal Stadium. Sweden In the Swedish second tier league, midfielder Rafael York was substituted at half time as his club Eskilstuna lost 2-0 to Jonkopings. Elsewhere Yannick Mukunzi was not in the Sandvikens IF team which lost 3-1 to Karstad as he is now recovering from knee injury. Moldova Centre back Steve Rubanguka played full throttle for Zimbru Chisnau in their 3-0 home defeat to Balti. Belgium In the Belgian challenge league, defensive midfielder Djihad Bizimana failed to make the KMSK Deinze squad in their goalless draw game with Anderlecht under 23. Samuel Gueulette was also not in the Raal La Louviere team which beat Londerzeel 4-2 in the league cup. England In the premier league 2, Noam Emeran was introduced in the second half and had a decent game despite his club Manchester United being walloped 5-1 at home by Crystal Palace. George Lewis Ishimwe was not involved as Arsenal went away to beat West Ham United 3-2.