SENY Dieng made his debut for Dundee at the weekend after joining the Scottish Premier League outfit for the remainder of the season.
The keeper played the full game as the Dark Blues drew 1-1 with Championship side Queen of the South in the Scottish FA Cup.
The 24-year-old was the busier of the two keepers at Dens Park and pulled off a diving save to deny Stephen Dobbie in the first half before making an excellent block to thwart Josh Todd when he was clean through after the break.
Dobbie had given the visitors the lead on 24 minutes before Jesse Curran levelled for Dundee just before the interval.
Meanwhile, David Wheeler started his first game for Portsmouth in the league on Saturday, but couldn’t prevent Kenny Jackett’s table-toppers from suffering their second defeat on the bounce.
The 28-year-old was replaced after an hour as Pompey lost 2-1 at lowly Oxford. A disappointing result, but they remain top of League One.
Mickel Platt got on the scoresheet in Hartley Wintney’s 4-3 defeat to Salisbury on Saturday at the Memorial Fields.
The Row went 2-0 down before Jack Ball and Mitchell Parker levelled matters before half-time.
Platt then gave the hosts the lead but unfortunately it wasn’t an advantage they were able to hang onto.
Joe Felix is also on loan at Hartley Wintney but he didn’t feature against Salisbury.