Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o netted his third goal in two games for his club Chelsea as they drew 2:2 with visitors West Brom in an English Premier League match on Saturday.
Eto'o's 45th minute effort, coming after a brace against Schalke in a UEFA Champions League tie on Wednesday, gave the Blues the lead.
However West Brom bounced back with two goals of their own including a fine effort from Benin international Stephane Sessegnon who blasted home from just outside the box to make it 2:1.
It was Sessegnon's second goal of the campaign.
Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari hit top form after scoring all two goals for AC Milan in their 3-2 reverse to Juventus in the Italian Derby on Sunday night.
It took just 19 seconds for the Rossoneris to get off to an incredible start as Muntari gave them the lead at the Juventus Stadium.
He controlled a speculative effort from Antonio Nocerino before beating Buffon at his near post. A measured, clinical finish from the Black Stars returnee to give the visitors an early advantage.
However, Juventus fought strongly and levelled the scoring before taking the lead with Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah in full force for "la vecchia Signora".
The much anticipated start to life in England by four-time African Footballer of the Year Samuel Eto'o did not go according to plan as his club Chelsea lost 1:0 at Everton in a league game on Saturday.
Eto'o played the entire duration of the game, but failed to find the back of the net on a day the Blues needed to score.
The former Barcelona and Inter Milan star had a few half chances to open his account, the closest coming in the fifth minute when he headed off target from close range.
However the 32-year-old got into the thick of things quickly, showing confidence and his undeniable class, though he looked like he would still need some matches to reach his lofty levels.
Wilfried Bony received his Dutch Footballer of the Year award on Monday night, the 'Gouden Schoen' trophy.
The Ivoirian striker joined Swansea City for £12million in the summer to become the Premier League side’s most expensive signing in their history.
Bony impressed during his time in the Netherlands, scoring 46 goals in 65 Eredivisie matches for Vitesse Arnhem, having joined from Sparta Prague in 2011.
He made an instant impact at the Liberty Stadium last month, scoring two goals on debut in Swansea's 4-0 Europa League qualifying win over Malmo.