We round up the weekend action for our players out on loan, which included a goal and an injury in England’s second tier…
The Chelsea contingent at Derby continued their impressive start to the Championship season. Mason Mount (pictured top) and Fikayo Tomori both played the whole game as the Rams recovered well from going behind after just one minute to end the match as 3-1 winners, Mount getting their third goal with a well-placed free-kick. Derby have climbed back into the play-off places.
There was not such good news for Tomas Kalas at Bristol City. Not only did his loan side go down 1-0 to a Wigan team containing Reece James on Friday night, Kalas also suffered a fractured jaw. Bristol City have announced he has undergone surgery and is expected to return to play in six weeks.
Tammy Abraham and Michael Hector went head to head, with the latter coming out on top as Sheffield Wednesday won 2-1, inflicting Aston Villa's first home defeat of the season to move into the top half of the table.
Todd Kane thought he had scored when he put the ball in the back of the net for Hull, only to see his effort ruled out for offside, one of three goals the Tigers had disallowed as they went down 3-0 at Reading.
Trevoh Chalobah helped Ipswich keep a clean sheet as they drew 0-0 at home with 10-man Bolton.
In the Premier League, Kenedy and Newcastle could not find a goal at Crystal Palace, drawing 0-0 at Selhurst Park. Kurt Zouma was part of the Everton side which lost 2-0 at Arsenal.
In Spain, Michy Batshuayi was a half-time substitute for Valencia but could not help them break the deadlock in what ended a scoreless visit to Villarreal, and in Italy, there was defeat for Ola Aina and Torino when they were visited by second-place Napoli, 3-1 the result. Milan drew 2-2 at home to Atalanta, with Tiemoue Bakayoko coming on in the second half for the former and Mario Pasalic playing the first half for the latter.
Over in the Netherlands, Eduardo and Jake Clarke-Salter both played the full 90 minutes as Vitesse drew 1-1 at home with Den Haag, holding on with 10 men for the final minutes. In the Dutch second tier, Fankaty Dabo came off the bench in Sparta Rotterdam's 0-0 draw at Oss and Kyle Scott's Telstar lost 3-1 to Twente.
In France, Matt Miazga tasted defeat as Nantes were beaten 2-1 at Lille, who brought former Blues striker Loic Remy on as a late substitute. In Ligue 2, Victorien Angban's Metz lost 2-1 at Paris.
In the big Belgrade Derby, Danilo Pantic and Partizan drew 1-1 at home to Red Star.
In England’s League One, Ike Ugbo helped Scunthorpe to a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury and came close to making it two, but saw his effort saved by goalkeeper Joel Coleman when one-on-one. Dujon Sterling played the first half of Coventry's 3-1 defeat at Bristol Rovers.
A division below, Nathan Baxter and Yeovil suffered a 3-0 home defeat at the hands of Swindon, bringing to an end his club-record run of clean sheets which had stretched back over the past six games, while Jacob Maddox and Cheltenham lost 3-1 at Exeter.