The best and worst of Ghanaian players abroad

Mon, 8 Apr 2019 Source: Starr FM

Too Good: Caleb Ekuban - The striker scored his fifth league goal of the season as his Trabzonspor side handed Antalyaspor a 4-1 defeat in the Turkish Super Lig on Friday. The game was his 22nd league appearance, including 10 starts, of the campaign.

Too Good: Albert Adomah - The winger's strike in the second minute of injury time was crucial as it helped Aston Villa to a 3-1 triumph over Sheffield Wednesday in the English Championship on Saturday. The goal, as late as it came, won the game for The Lions - as it looked headed for a 1-1 draw prior. Tammy Abraham sensationally scored again for Villa two minutes after Adomah's effort to seal a dramatic 3-1 away win.

Too Good: Alhassan Wakaso - The 27-year-old - younger brother of Deportivo Alaves midfielder Mubarak Wakaso - was among the scorers as Vitoria Guimaraes beat Chaves 4-0 in the Portuguese top flight on Saturday. He has made 26 league appearances this season, scoring twice.

Too Bad: Aziz Tetteh - The 28-year-old was sent off for a second bookable offence as his Dinamo Moscow outfit held Anzhi Makhachkala to a 1-1 away draw in the Russian Premier League on Saturday. He has made 19 appearances - all starts - and scored once so far this campaign.

Too Good: Richmond Boakye-Yiadom has 11 goals in 13 Serbian Super Liga matches this season, a pretty impressive tally. On Sunday, the striker hit a double to help Red Star Belgrade to a 4-0 victory over Proleter Novi Sad.

Source: Starr FM
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