Youngster Irvyn Lomami was on target during Olympique Lyonnais II’s 3-1 victory over Sete 3-1 in the National League whereas Emmanuel Imanishimwe returned to the FAR Rabat’s starting lineup after missing two games. Times Sport brings to you a wrap up of outputs of Rwandan players abroad. France Irvyn Lomami opened the scoring and played all 90 minutes as Olympique Lyonnais II trashed Sete 3-1 in the French National League. Offensive midfielder Hakim Sahabo was in action as Lille humiliated Gonfreville 5-0 in a French U19 league encounter while right back Warren Kamanzi was replaced in the 69th minute by Ratao Rafael as Toulouse beat Ajaccio 2-0 in the Coupe de France Belgium Midfielder Samuel Gueulette was replaced in the second half as his side Raal La Louviere beat Madel United 2-1 in the Belgian third tier, in the Challenger League, Djihad Bizimana was not part was in the squad for the KMSK Deinze team that lost 201 to RWDM 47. Morocco Left back Emmanuel Imanishimwe had a superb showing as usual despite his side FAR Rabat’s shock 1-0 league defeat to Raja Casablanca on Sunday. England Noam Emeran replaced Omari Forson in the 66th minute as Manchester United U21 squad beat West Ham United U21 3-2 in the Premier League 2. Cyprus In the second tier, central defender Dylan Georges Maes was in action for Alki Oroklini who were humiliated 8-1 by Digenis Ipsona while Kevin Monnet-Paquet was not involved in Aris Limassol’s 2-0 win over Karmiotissa as his injury rehab continues. Burundi Ally Niyonzima replaced Delphin Allan Nicholas Mama in the 65th minute as Bumamuru FC defeated Musongati FC 2-1 in the Burundian top flight league. Switzerland Espoir Niyo Nsanzineza, who is on loan from Swiss side Rapperswil-Jona, played his first game as his new club SC YF Juventus played out a 2-2 draw in a friendly encounter against Grasshopper II.