- Harvey Barnes appeared at Wembley in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night
- Elliott Moore featured twice for OH Leuven in Belgium
- At the weekend, Papy Mendy appeared for Nice in a 1-0 win at Rennes
- Poland midfielder Bartosz Kapustka was in the Freiburg side
The following day, Australian left back Callum Elder was an unused substitute for Wigan Athletic’s Sky Bet League 1 encounter with Bristol Rovers at DW Stadium, a 3-0 victory for the Latics.
Barnes also started a 3-0 reverse for Barnsley to Steve Bruce’s Aston Villa at Oakwell, with Albert Adomah (2) and Adam Davis finding the net for the former European champions.
On Sunday afternoon, meanwhile, Poland international Bartosz Kapustka featured for Bundesliga side Freiburg in a 4-0 loss to Bayer Leverksen at BayArena.
Elsewhere, in Ligue 1, Papy Mendy appeared for 71 minutes during a 1-0 success for Nice at Rennes, a result secured by Mario Balotelli’s late strike at Roazhon Park.
Great experience playing at Wembley tonight! Unlucky with the result in the end. Thank you to the traveling fans, was class as always ⚪️🔴⚽️— Harvey Barnes (@harveybarnes97) September 19, 2017
Moore featured again for Leuven on Monday evening, playing the full 120 minutes in a 4-2 extra-time defeat by Sint-Truiden in a Belgian Cup tie at Stayen Stadium.
While Elder once again did not come off the bench for Wigan in a 1-0 success over Northampton on Tuesday, Barnes represented Barnsley at Wembley.
Despite a spirited display in the capital, Dele Alli’s 65th minute strike ensured that it was Spurs, and not Paul Heckingbottom’s Tykes, who reached the Carabao Cup fourth round.
Continue to check back to LCFC.com to keep a track of how the Club’s loan stars fare for their adopted sides.
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