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Performance of Ghanaian players abroad over the weekend

Mon, 24 Feb 2020 Source: Ghana Soccernet

European football specialist Herbert Boakye Yiadom brings to you a comprehensive report on how Ghanaian players performed abroad over the weekend in their respective leagues.

Ebenezer Ofori climbed off the bench to score for AIK in their 2-2 draw against Jonkopings

Abdul Munin was on target in Nordjaelland’s 2-1 win over Sonderjyske.

Andre Ayew scored his 11th goal of the season for Swansea as they defeated Huddersfield 3-1

Kevin-Prince Boateng scored his second goal of the season for Besiktas in their 2-2 draw against Trabzonspor.

Herbert Boakye Yiadom gives you a rundown on how the players fared in abroad.

ENGLAND

In the Premier League, Jordan Ayew played the entire duration for Crystal Palace in their 1-0 win over Newcastle.

Jeffrey Schlupp missed the game due to injury.

Daniel Amartey missed Leicester City’s game against Manchester City.

Christian Atsu played no part in Newcastle United’s game against Crystal Palace.

In the Championship, Andre Ayew scored his 11th goal of the season for Swansea as they defeated Huddersfield 3-1.

Andy Yiadom lasted the entire duration for Reading as they lost by a lone goal to Leeds.

Albert Adomah played 90 minutes for Cardiff City in their 2-0 defeat to Stoke.

In the League One, Kwesi Appiah saw 65 minutes of action for AFC Wimbledon as they were held to a draw at home by Blackpool.

SPAIN

In the La Liga, Baba Iddrisu featured for Mallorca in their 3-3 draw against Betis .

Baba Rahman and Lumor Agbenyenu and missed the game due to injury.

Joseph Aidoo came off the bench to play 13 minutes for Celta Vigo in their 1-0 win over Leganes.

Mohammed Salisu played 90 minutes for Valladolid in their 2-1 win over Espanyol.

ITALY

In the Serie A, Alfred Duncan played the full throttle for Fiorentina in their 1-1 draw against AC Milan.

In the Serie B, Emmanuel Gyasi scored for Spezia in their 1-1 draw against Trapani.

Bright Addae saw 64 minutes of action for Juve Stabia in their 3-0 defeat to Cittadella.

Abdul Basit played no part in Benevento’s 4-0 win over Entella.

GERMANY

In the Bundesliga, Opoku Ampomah and Kasim Nuhu were on the benvh for Dusseldorf as they won 2-0 against Freiburg.

Bernard Tekpetey was unused substitute in the game.

Christopher Antwi-Adjei played 90 minutes for Paderborn in their 3-2 defeat to Bayern Munich.

In the Bundesliga 2, Daniel Kyere scored for Wehen in their 1-1 draw against Greuther Furth.

David Atanga played no part in Holstein Kiel game against Heidenheim.

Hans Nunoo Sarpei played 90 minutes for Greuther Furth.

Godsway Donyoh warmed the bench in Dynamo Dresden game against Bochume.

FRANCE

In the Ligue 1, Majeed Waris played 86 minutes for Strasbourg as they drew against Amiens.

John Boye lasted the entire duration for Metz in their 2-0 defeat to Lyon.

In the Ligue II, Emmanuel Assifuah played no part in Le Havre’s game over the weekend.

Mohammed Rabiu made a brief appearance for Paris FC in their 1-0 win over Clermont.

Abdul Samed Salis was unused substitute in the game for Clermont.

ALBANIA

Winful Cobbinah registered an assist in KF Tirana 2-1 win over Kukesi on Friday.

AUSTRIA

Seth Paintsil missed Admira’s game over the weekend due to injury.

Isaac Donkor missed Sturm Graz game due to injury.

Felix Adjei played the entire duration for Tirol in their 2-0 win over Wolfsberger.

Samuel Tetteh saw 60 minutes of action for Lask in their 4-1 win over St.Polten.

Majeed Ashimeru played the full throttle for Salzburg in their 2-2 draw against Austria Vienna.

BELGIUM

Emmanuel Adjei Sowuah saw 90 minutes of action for Eupen in their 6-1 defeat by Anderlecht.

Francis Amuzu scored in the game for Anderlecht.

Nana Asare played the full throttle for Gent in their 4-1 win over St. Truiden.

Samuel Asamoah was in action for St.Truiden.

Joseph Paintsil came off the bench to play 32 minutes for Genk in 1-0 win over Kortrijk.

Godfred Donsah warmed the bench for Cercle Brugge in their game against Mouscron.

Samuel Asamoah played no part in St.Truiden’s game against Cercle Brugge.

In the Proximus League, Kamal Sowah lasted 45 minutes for Leuven in their 5-3 defeat to St. Gillose.

Ahmed Said made a brief appearance for Lokeren in their 2-2 draw against Roeselare.

BULGARIA

Mohammed Nasiru warmed the bench for Levski Sofia in their 2-2 draw against Cherno More.

Edwin Gyasi played 80 minutes for CSKA Sofia in their 1-0 win over Botev Plovdiv.

CROATIA

Obeng Regan played no part in Istra 1961 game against Slaven Belupo.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Samuel Tetteh came off the bench to play 14 minutes for Sparta Prague in their 1-0 defeat to Sigma Olomouc.

DENMARK

In the SuperLiga, Abdul Munin was on target in Nordjaelland’s 2-1 win over Sonderjyske.

Isaac Atanga, Diomande Mohammed, Kudus Mohammed featured in the game for Nordjaelland.

Dauda Mohammed played 71 minutes for Esbjerg in their 1-0 win over Lyngby.

PORTUGAL

Lawrence Ofori played no part in Famalicao’s game against Ferreira.

Emmanuel Hackman played 90 minutes for Portimonense in their 1-0 defeat to FC Porto.

SLOVAKIA

Edmund Addo played 90 minutes for Senica in their 2-0 win over Trnava.

SWEDEN

Ebenezer Ofori climbed off the bench to score for AIK in their 2-2 draw against Jonkopings.

Enock Adu saw 71 minutes of action for AIK in the game.

Enock Kwakwa lasted the entire duration for Jonkopings.

SWITZERLAND

Lawrence Ati-Zigi was in post for St. Gallen in their 3-3 draw against Young Boys.

TURKEY

In the Super Lig, Afriyie Acquah lasted the entire duration for Yeni Malatyaspor as they lost 2-1 to Antalyaspor.

Kevin-Prince Boateng scored his second goal of the season for Besiktas in their 2-2 draw against Trabzonspor.

Caleb Ekuban registered an assist in the game for Trabzonspor.

Bernard Mensah lasted 90 minutes for Kayerispor in their 2-2 draw against Konyaspor.

Patrick Twumasi played 90 minutes for Gazinatep in their 1-1 draw against Goztepe.

Raman Chibsah made a brief appearance in the game for Gaziantep.

Isaac Cofie was unused substitute in the game for Sivasspor.

Source: Ghana Soccernet
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