Former Adelaide United striker Bruce Djite celebrates scoring in the Hyundai A-League last season.
In the K-League’s Suwon Derby, Djite equalised from the penalty spot to ensure Suwon FC went to half-time at 1-1 with Suwon Bluewings.
It was Djite’s fifth goal in 11 appearances since joining the club after helping Adelaide United to last season’s Hyundai A-League title.
Unfortunately it wasn’t enough as Suwon FC lost 3-2 to remain in relegation trouble.
Ex-Melbourne Victory skipper Adrien Leijer also played a full match for Djite’s side.
Meanwhile, Jedinak helped Villa to a 1-1 draw in the Second City derby against fierce rivals Birmingham City in the English Championship.
Villa are now unbeaten in four games since new manager Steve Bruce took the helm and have moved up to 15th spot and closing in on the play-off places.
In the Netherlands, goalkeeper Brad Jones was in goal again as Feyenoord was held to a 2-2 draw at home against Heerenveen.
Despite dropping two points, Feyenoord remains three points clear at the top of the Eredivisie.
Tomi Juric was taken off at half-time in Switzerland as his FC Luzern scored three times in the last 17 minutes to win 3-2 against Lausanne Sport.
The result took Luzern above Lausanne into fourth spot in the Swiss League.
It was the final round in the Chinese Super League with a host of Aussies in action.
Trent Sainsbury’s Jiangsu Suning finished the season in second spot despite losing 1-0 to Michael Thwaite’s Liaoning Whowin, with the pair both playing 90 minutes.
Sainsbury and Jiangsu still have the Chinese FA Cup final to come against Guangzhou Evergrande, with the first leg on November 20 followed by the second leg a week later.
Matthew Spiranovic got through a full game as Hangzhou Greentown scored in the sixth minute of stoppage-time to draw 2-2 with Yanbian Funde.
Aleksandr Jovanovic’s Tianjin Teda ended the campaign with a 2-1 win over Chongqing Lifan but Ryan McGowan’s Henan Jianye lost 3-1 at Beijing Guoan. The pair both played full games.
Meanwhile, Jimmy Jeggo was taken off with 10 minutes left as Strum Graz slumped to a rare 2-0 defeat at Austria Wien.
And Alex Gersbach’s Rosenborg, who wrapped up the league title a few weeks ago, went down 2-0 at Stromsgodset in the penultimate match of the season in Norway.