Wrap-up of Ghanaian players in CAF club competitions

Mon, 3 Feb 2020 Source: Ghana Soccernet

African football specialist Nuhu Adams brings you a comprehensive report on Ghanaian players involved in the last group stage games on the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup over the weekend.


INUSAH MUSAH returned from injury to play all minutes for Petro Atletico when they came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with USM Alger.

ISAAC MENSAH started for the Angolan side but was replaced in the 45th minute on Saturday.

Midfielder KWAME BONSU played 45 minutes for Espérance de Tunis on Saturday when they lost for the first time in the competition this term with a 1-0 defeat to JS Kabylie in Algeria on Saturday.

ZAKARIA MUMUNI was introduced in the 84th minute for AS Vita Club in their 1-0 loss to Raja Casablanca on Saturday.


Striker JOHN ANTWI scored the only goal when Egyptian side Pyramids FC travelled to Mauritania to beat FC Nouadhibou 1-0 on Sunday.

GODFRED ASANTE played full throttle for Horoya AC as they beat Libyan side Al-Nasr SC 2-0 in Cairo.

Winger ENOCK ATTA AGYEI also lasted the entire duration of the game and provided an assist for the first goal for the Guinean champions.

HUDU YAKUBU and BREFO MENSAH were unused substitutes for the Guinean giants on Sunday.

Enyimba FC produced an outstanding display to see off FC San Pedro in a seven-goal thriller to seal their spot in the quarter-finals.

DANIEL DARKWAH enjoyed all the minutes of the encounter for the Nigerian giants whereas FAROUK MOHAMMED came on as a substitute in the 62nd minute in Abidjan on Sunday.

MOHAMMED SAABA GARIBA started for the Ivorians and was replaced in the 65th minute.

Goalkeeper NANA BONSU was in action for Enugu Rangers as they drew 1-1 with Al Masry SC at the Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium on Sunday.

Versatile defender KEVIN OWUSU AMOH put in a 90-minute shift for Zanaco FC who picked a vital one point in Morocco drawing 1-1 with RS Berkane to book their place in the quarter-finals on Sunday.

Source: Ghana Soccernet
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