Zambian players abroad were back to club duty with only Charles Zulu finding the back of the net with Patson Daka watching from the bench as Chelsea eased past Leicester City.
Augustine Mulenga set up a goal also as he helped Usuntu come from two goals down to hold Stellenbosch 2-2.
Klings Kangwa, Evans Kangwa, Fashion Sakala, and Gamphani Lungu all suffered defeats while Toaster Nsabata kept yet another clean sheet.
In Denmark, Winger Lubambo Musonda put in a 60-minute shift for AC Horsens in their 4-1 win over Jammerbugt FC.
In England, Chipolopolo midfielder Enock Mwepu missed Brighton and Hove Albion’s 2-0 loss to Aston Villa due to injury. Mwepu sustained a muscle strain but is expected to be back for this coming weekend’s clash against Leeds United.
At the King Power Stadium, Striker Patson Daka was an unused substitute for Leicester City who became the latest victims of Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea losing 3-0.
In Israel, Winger Lameck Banda had an off weekend with his Maccabi Petah Tikva teammates.
In Morocco, Clatous Chama missed RS Berkane’s 1-0 win over Fath Union Sport de Rabat.
In Portugal, Kenneth Kalunga and his Clube Desportivo da Cova da Piedade -futebol had an off weekend in the Portuguese Liga 3.
In Russia, Evans Kangwa and Klings Kangwa had a weekend to forget as their club Arsenal Tula suffered a huge 5-1 loss away to Dinamo Moscow .
Klings put in a 90 minute shift while Evans Kangwa was withdrawn in the 66th minute for Evgeni Markov.
In Scotland, Striker Fashion Sakala Jnr was a second half substitute for FC Rangers but could not bail them out as their interest in the Premier Sports Cup was ended on Sunday afternoon in the semi-final by Hibernian following a 3-1 loss.
In South Africa, Winger Augustine Mulenga set up the first Amazulu goal as Usuthu came from two goals down to hold Stellenbosch 2-2 in a DSTV Premiership match on Saturday. Mulenga put in a good 85 minute shift before being withdrawn for Keagan Wilbur Buchanan who made an instant impact scoring three minutes after being brought on.
2012 AFCON winner Nathan Sinkala who has been consistent for the Stellies put in a full shift.
At the Peter Mokaba Stadium, Baroka FC’s unbeaten run continued as they suffered a slender 1-0 loss to Chippa United. Unfortunately there was no space in the match day squad for Chipolopolo goalkeeper Cyril Chibwe Mwenya.
At the Emirates Airline Park, It was another clean sheet for Toaster Nsabata as Sekhukhune FC edged Royal AM 1-0.
At the DHL Stadium, Kennedy Mweene was left out of the Mamelodi Sundowns match day squad. Masandawana played to a goalless draw with Cape Town City.
At the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium, Gamphani Lungu put in a 75 minute shift for Supersport United who succumbed to a 2-1 loss at the hands of Marumo Gallants.
At the Mbombela Stadium, Austin Muwowo and Mwape Musonda missed out on the match day squad again for Swallows FC who succumbed to a narrow 1-0 loss to TS Galaxy.
At Harry Gwala Stadium, Lazarus Kambole was an unused substitute for Kaizer Chiefs in their 1-0 win over Maritzburg United.
In Sweden, Emmanuel Banda and Edward Chilufya will be in action today as Djurgådens IF who away to IFK NORRKÖPING as they look to take back top spot.
In Tanzania, Charles Zulu scored a goal but it was not enough as Azam FC suffered a 2-1 loss at the hands of KMC in the round 6 of the Tanzania NBC Premier League.
Elsewhere, Rally Bwalya missed Simba SC’s 3-1 win over Ruvu Shooting FC.