Young South African striker Kurt Abrahams came off the bench and netted a hat-trick to inspire St Truiden to 7-0 win over Mechelen.
Abrahams was introduced after 60 minutes, and managed to net a hat-trick in 18 minutes.
The victory sees Sint-Triden remain top of the standings in the Europa League play-offs.
On Sunday afternoon, Andile Jali played the full 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card as KV Oostende suffered a 3-2 loss to Anderlecht.
Kermit Erasmus found the back of the net in Lens' 3-1 win over Niort in Ligue 2 on Friday.
Erasmus opened the scoring after seven minutes with a clinical finish from close range as Lens went on to secure victory, although they missed out on promotion after finishing in fourth spot.
In Ligue 1, Keagan Dolly played 76 minutes for Montpellier as they suffered a 2-0 defeat to Angers in their final league game of the season.
May Mahlangu played the full 90 minutes for Dinamo Bucuresti, as they defeated ACS Poli Timişoara to clinch the Cupa Ligii.
Lebogang Phiri lasted the full 90 minutes as Brondby lost 1-0 to Sonderjyske in the Danish Superliga on Sunday evening.
Mihlali Mayambela played 70 minutes for Degerfors as they played out a goalless draw with Frej in the Swedish Superettan on Sunday afternoon.