Tom Rogic and Awer Mabil were the Sunday assist kings, registering three assists all up in Scotland and Denmark.
Rogic was back into Celtic’s starting XI after a stint on the bench and re-entered the fray in a burst, assisting the Hoops’ third and fourth goals in a dominant 6-0 win over St Johnstone.
Rogic saw out 69 minutes of the match before being replaced; he will now head to Socceroos camp in Dubai for the international break.
Elsewhere in Scotland, league leaders Hearts suffered defeat against Rangers at Ibrox, with neither Ben Garuccio or Oliver Bozanic starting.
Garuccio played 17 minutes off the bench in the 3-1 loss while Bozanic was an unused sub.
Mabil meanwhile assisted Midtjylland’s opening goal in their 3-0 win over Vendsyssel and went on to play 79 minutes.
Danny Vukovic and Racing Genk maintained their excellent domestic form, thrashing Gent 5-1 away from home to move to the top of the table in Belgium.
Apo Giannou played a full game in Cyprus as AEK Larnaca defeated Ermis 2-1.
In Austria, James Holland played a full 90 minutes for LASK Linz, who went down 1-0 against Whacker Innsbruck.
Alex Gersbach played 76 minutes for Rosenborg in Norway, but they could only manage a 1-1 draw against Sandjeford.
Red Star Belgrade won again, this time 2-1 come from behind winners against Zemun, and Milos Degenek played a full game.
Across in Asia, Andrew Nabbout made a timely return from injury, playing 13 minutes off the bench for Urawa Red Diamonds in a 1-1 draw against Vegalta Sendai.
Mitch Langerak continued in goal for Nagoya Grampus but his side slipped back towards relegation trouble with a 2-1 loss against FC Tokyo.
Mitch Duke was absent from Shimizu S-Pulse’s matchday squad for their 5-1 win over Jubilo Iwata.
In J2, Jason Geria was back in JEF United’s starting XI and played a full game as they defeated Roasso Kumamoto 3-1.
In the K-League 1, Aleksandar Jovanovic played a full game for Jeju United and helped them to a clean sheet against Gyeongnam in a 1-0 win.