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Sports News of Sunday, 22 September 2019


Performance of Ghanaian players abroad

Thomas Partey played 31 minutes for Atletico Madrid Thomas Partey played 31 minutes for Atletico Madrid

Ghana’s leading football website brings to you the first installment of the performance of Ghanaian players abroad.

European football specialist Herbert Boakye Yiadom brings to you a report on how Ghanaian players performed abroad in their respective leagues on Friday and Saturday.

Former Hearts of Oak Kwame Kizito was on the scoresheet as he helped BK Hacken to secure a point against Kalmar. Kizito scored the equalizer for Hacken in the game which ended 1-1.

Kwabena Owusu scored his first goal for Cordoba in the Segunda division against CD Badjoz on Saturday.

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


Christian Atsu played the full throttle for Newcastle as they were held at home by Brighton.

Kevin Danso lasted 45 minutes Southampton as they lost 3-1 to Bournemouth.

Daniel Amartey missed Leicester City’s game against Tottenham due to injury.

In the Championship, Albert Adomah saw 31 minutes of action for Nottingham Forest as they won 1-0 against Barnsley.

Dede Ayew lasted the entire duration for Swansea City as they drew against Bristol City.

Andy Yiadom played the full throttle and picked a yellow card for Reading as they lost to Blackburn.

In the League One, Kwesi Appiah was an unused substitute for AFC Wimbledon as they lost to Bristol Rovers by 3-1.

In the National League, Ofori-Twumasi Nana and Bernard Mensah featured for Maidenhead in their 1-1 draw against Harrogate.


Thomas Partey came off the bench to play 31 minutes for Atletico Madrid as they drew against Celta Vigo. Joseph Aidoo lasted the entire duration for Celta Vigo.

In the La Liga 2, Raphael Dwamena saw 78 minutes of action for Real Zaragoza as they were held to a draw at home by Lugo.

In the Segunda Division, Kwabena Owusu scored in the 58th minute for Cordoba as they drew against Kingsley Fobi’s CD Badajoz.


In the Ligue 1, John Boye played the entire duration for FC Metz as they lost 2-1 to Amiens.

Enock Kwarteng played the entire duration for Bordeaux in their 2-2 draw against Brest.

In the Ligue 2, Ebenezer Assifuah warmed the bench for Le Havre as they drew 2-2 against Orleans.

Rabiu Mohammed missed Paris FC game against Clermont. Abdul Samed Salis made a brief appearance for Clermont as they the game 2-0.

Lawrence Ati-Zigi warmed the bench for Sochaux in their 3-1 win over Guingamp.


In the Serie A, Kwadwo Asamoah played the full throttle as Inter Milan defeated neighbours AC Milan 2-0.

Nicholas Opoku was an unused substitute for Udinese as they lost to Brescia by a lone goal.

In the Serie B, Abdallah Basit and Bright Gyamfi warmed the bench for Benevento as they won by a lone goal against Cosenza.

Bright Adde warmed the bench as Juve Stabia lost to Ascoli 5-1.

Emmanuel Gyasi lasted 90 minutes for Spezia as they lost by a lone goal to Pordenone.


Christopher Antwi-Adjei featured for Paderbon as they lost to Hertha Berlina Philimon Tawiah missed the game for Paderbon.

In the Bundesliga II, Kyereh Daniel-Kofi saw 79 minutes of action for Wehen as they lost to Arminia Bielefeld.

Sarpei Hans Nunoo played the full throttle for Greuther Furth as were defeated by Stuttgart.

David Atanga saw 38 minutes of action for Holstein Kiel as they lost to Hannover.


Isaack Donkor warmed the bench for Stum Graz in their 3-3 draw against Mattserburg.

Felix Adjei came off the bench to play 12 minutes for Tirol as they lost 2-0 to Rapid Vienna.


Eric Ocansey warmed the bench for Kortrijk as they lost 3-2 at home to KV Mechelen.

Joseph Painstil missed Genk’s game against Oostende.

Thomas Agyepong saw 26 minutes of action for Waasland-Beveren as they drew 1-1 with Mouscron. Jonathan Osabutey was not named in the match day squad for Mouscron.

Samuel Asamoah played 42 minutes for St. Truiden in their 3-0 win over Charleroi.

Daniel Opare missed Antwerp game against Cercle Brugge. Godfred Donsah lasted 70 minutes in the game for Cercle Brugge.

In the Proximus League, Ahmed Said came off the bench to play 23 minutes for Lokeren in their 2-0 win over KSV Roeselare.


Samuel Inkoom played the entire duration for Dunav Ruse in their 0-0 draw against Botev Vrastsa.

Mohammed Nasiru made a brief appearance for Levski Sofia in their 2-0 win over Slavia Sofia.


Frank Acheampong lasted the entire duration for Tianjin Teda as they l0st to Hebei 2-1.

Emmanuel Boateng came off the bench in the 63 minutes for Dalian Yifang as they won 2-0 against Shenzhen.


Benjamin Akoto lasted 90 minutes for Doxa as they lost to Limassol.


Emmanuel Antwi lasted 71 minutes in the game for Pribram lost 2-0 to Karvina.


Isaac Atanga scored for Nordsjaelland as they lost 4-2 to Brondy. Mumin Abdul, Godsway Donyoh featured for Nordsjaelland in the game while Kudus Mohammed was missing in action.


Sillah Samba saw 16 minutes of action for VPS as they lost 2-1 to Lahti.

Gideon Baah and Nasiru Mohammed featured for Honka in their 3-1 win over HJK. Evans Mensah saw 75 minutes of action for the losers.


John Yeboah saw 85 minutes of action for Venlo as they lost to Willen. Jonathan Opoku missed the game Venlo.


Kwame Kizito scored for Hacken as they drew on level with Kalmar.


Isaac Sackey saw 68 minutes of action for Denizilispor as they lost by a lone goal to Konyaspor.

Bernard Mensah played the entire duration for Kayesrispor in their 1-1 draw with Denzilispor. Isaac Sackey played the entire duration for Denzilispor.