Young Cote d'Ivoire striker Wilfried Bony kept up his superb post-AFCON scoring form with his eighth league goal in five games.
His 63rd minute effort gave Vitesse Arnhem a 1:0 win over hosts FC Twente in the Dutch top-flight on Sunday.
The result keeps Vitesse in fourth place just three points behind leaders Ajax Amsterdam.
The 24-year-old was a fringe player in the Elephants' disappointing AFCON campaign, but scored in his only start - a 2:2 draw with Algeria in the group stage.
Also on target in Holland was Zambia striker Jacob Mulenga. The 29-year-old's goal on 78 minutes also gave his side FC Utrecht a 1:0 win over visitors RKC Waalwijk.
Mame Biram Diouf
Michael Essien scored his first goal for Real Madrid since his loan move from Chelsea. The Ghanaian midfielder returned to his favoured position after covering at left-back in recent times. An increasingly important player for coach Jose Mourinho, the versatile Essien was the main organiser and helped control midfield against Zaragoza, bursting through in the final minutes to score in the 4-0 win.
Senegal international Papakouli Diop's performances in midfield have contributed to Levante's recent excellent form. Building on better movement in the past weeks he produced a solid display in front of the defence against Sevilla and helped cut out the threat from the home side's attack. Levante earned a 0-0 draw.
Cote d'Ivoire winger Gervinho shone for Arsenal in a makeshift centre-forward role, scoring twice as they beat visitors Southampton 6:1 in the English Premier League on Saturday.
The Ivorian winger, who had not scored a league in 2012, put in a magnificent shift for the Gunners after filling in for French star Olivier Giroud in attack.
Gervinho hammered home a fine effort in the 35th minute to make it 3:0 Arsenal after he was picked out by Spanish team-mate Mikel Arteta.
An own goal and a Lukas Podolski strike had given the hosts a double cushion, while another own goal made it four zero before the break.
Pa Saikou Kujabi
The 25-year-old was a free agent, having previously played for Austrian clubs Grazer AK and SV Ried, and FSV Frankfurt in Germany.
"I can't wait to start here and show the fans what I can give back to Hibs," Kujabi told the club website.
"I love it here, everybody has been very welcoming and it already feels like home."
Kujabi is a free-kick specialist and his appetite for attacking from defence has earned him comparison with a famous Brazilian.
Hibs have confirmed the signing of Gambian international full-back Pa Saikou Kujabi on an 18-month contract.
defender Rabiu Afolabi is close to signing for Portuguese club Sporting Braga after his contract with Red Bull Salzburg ran out.
The 31-year-old international has featured for the likes of Sochaux, Napoli, Standard Liege and Austria Wien.His demand has grown given that he is on a Bosman transfer and will be available for free to any club that wishes to sign him.
With the prospect of hiring an experienced and proved defender, many sides have lodged interest in securing his services but SC Braga are reportedly close to sealing the deal for his signature.
Afolabi has been in Portugal, particularly in the Braga area, which further fuelled the speculation that he will now put pen to paper on a deal at Estadio AXA.