Caleb Richards made his debut for FC United of Manchester on Saturday, playing the full 90 minutes of their defeat to York City.
Richards joined the National League North side last week and was thrown straight into the starting eleven for the game at Bootham Crescent.
However, York prevailed by a two-goal margin with Alex Harris and Jordan Burrow netting either side of half-time.
Elsewhere, Devonte Aransibia - who also moved out on loan last week - was an unused substitute in Billericay Town's 3-2 home defeat to Oxford City in the National League South.
In the Sky Bet Championship, Yanic Wildschut was introduced as a late substitute as Bolton Wanderers drew 1-1 with Wigan Athletic.
Will Buckley gave the Trotters the lead early on but a penalty later in the first-half from Will Grigg meant the points were shared.
Remi Matthews was included in Bolton's matchday squad but didn't make it onto the field of play.
In Scotland, Mason Bloomfield was an unusued substitute in Hamilton Academical's 3-1 victory over St. Mirren.
In Germany, Marcel Franke played 67 minutes as SV Darmstadt lost for the third game in succession with a 3-1 defeat at Union Berlin.
James Husband could feature in the Emirates FA Cup on Monday night as Fleetwood Town take on non-league side Guiseley in the second round.
Sean Raggett (Rotherham United) and Steven Naismith (Hearts) were absent once again as they continue their rehabilitation from respective injuries and Tristan Abrahams' Exeter City were not in action.