Ken Sema helped Udinese to a 1-0 victory over Torino, as most of Watford's out-on-loan players suffered defeats.

The winger played his part in setting up former Hornet Stefano Okaka for the only goal of the game when his cross was headed back across the six-yard-box by Rolando Mandragora, where Okaka was lurking to nod home from close range.

Meanwhile, Luis Suarez hit the post as Real Zaragoza lost 2-1 at home to Mirandes in the Segunda Division.

Suarez was booked as his side tried to chase down a two goal deficit, but Alberto Soro's 74th minute strike was the best they could manage.

Elsewhere in Spain, Pervis Estupinan was also booked as Osasuna were beaten 1-0 away from home by Granada.

His team-mate Fran Merida received two yellow cards within a minute after coming on as a substitute; one for a bad challenge, the other for dissent while protesting the initial booking.

Kwasi Sibo played for an hour of UD Ibiza's 1-0 Segunda Division B defeat at home to Atletico Baleares. The central midfielder was replaced six minutes after his side went behind.

Back in the UK, Ben Wilmot played 20 minutes of Swansea City's 1-1 draw away at Barnsley on Saturday.

The defender replaced Joe Rodon with his side a goal to the good, but the home side equalised a minute later via Alex Mowatt.

Additionally, Alex Jakubiak played for 32 minutes of Gillingham's 2-1 home loss to Peterborough United.

The Gills were two down when he was introduced and, despite Mikael Mandron's goal in the 80th minute, the visitors took all three points in the League One clash.

In the Netherlands, Jerome Sinclair played 35 minutes of VVV Venlo's heavy 4-0 home defeat at the hands of Vitesse.

He was brought on soon after the visitors scored their fourth of the game and failed to reduce the arrears.

Finally in the Czech Republic, Filip Stuparevic came off the bench with 15 minutes remaining as FK Pribram lost 3-1 away at Slavia Praha.

The youngster replaced Pribram goalscorer Michal Skoda, but made little impact as the score stayed the same until full-time.