Abdul Fatawu Safiu, Osman Bukari and Samuel Owusu on target for respective clubs: Performance of Ghanaian players abroad over the weekend (14-16 August)

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In Seria B, Emmanuel Gyasi played full 90 minutes and was on target for Spezia as they defeated Frosinone 1-0 in the First leg of the Seria B promotion playoff.


Eric Ocansey played full 90 minutes for Kortrijk in a 2-1 victory against Gent.

Kamal Sowah played 90 minutes for Oud-Heverlee Leuven as they drew 1-1 against Genk.

Emmanuel Sowah made a brief appearance for Eupen in a 4-0 defeat to Club Brugge. Issac Nuhu played full throttle for Eupen.

Samuel Asamoah played 40 minutes for Sint-Truidense as they lost 3-1 to Anderlecht.


Bernard Tekpetey came on after the hour mark as Ludogorets defeated Slavia Sofia 3-0.

Nasiru Mohammed didn’t feature for Levski Sofia against Arda.


Mubarak Wakaso lasted 45 minutes as Jiangsu Suning lost 1-0 to Shanghai Shenhua.

Emmanuel Boateng came on in the second half but could not do much to change the scoreline as Dalian Pro lost 1-0 to Guangzhou R&F.


Prince Ampem lasted the entire duration in Sibenik’s 2-1 defeat to Rijeka.

Nasiru Moro didn’t feature in Gorica’s 5-1 trashing of Varazdin.


John Antwi came from the bench and provided an assist as Pyramids came from 2 goals down to draw 2-2 against El-Gaish.

Yakubu ‘leftey’ Issahaku played full throttle as Wadi Degla won 1-0 against Haras El Hodoud. Nana Antwi played full 90 minutes for Haras El Hodoud.


Bismark Adjei-Boateng lasted the entire duration for KuPS in a 4-2 victory against Haka.

Edmund Arko-Mensah didn’t feature for Honka against HJK.

In Division One, Thomas Agyiri played 85 minutes in KTP’s 2-0 victory against VPS.


Gilbert Koomson played 90 minutes for Brann in a 1-0 defeat to Mjøndalen.

Salomon Owusu last the entire duration and was on target for Raufoss against Michael Baidoo’s Jerv. Michael Baidoo saw 90 minutes of action.


Joel Fameyeh played 64 minutes for Orenburg in a 1-1 draw against Tekstilshchik.


Samuel Owusu daw 90 minutes of action was on target for Al-Fayha as they drew 1-1 against Al-Shabab.


Richmond Boakye Yiadom didn’t feature for Red Star Belgrade in their 3-2 victory against Spartak Subotica.

Ibrahim Tanko played 45 minutes as Javor defeated Novi Pazar 3-2.


Edmund Addo played full 90 minutes and was on target for Senica in their 3-0 victory against Zemplin.

Osman Bukari lasted the entire duration was on target for Trencin in their 4-2 defeat to Zilina.


Mohammed Anas played 64 minutes in Polokwane’s 3-2 defeat to Kaizer Chiefs.

Samuel Darpoh lasted the entire duration in AmaZulu’s scoreless game against Baroka.

Richard Ofori played full throttle as Maritzburg united lost 3-2 to Edwin Gyimah’s Black Leopards. Edwin Gyimah lasted the entire duration.


Mamudu Moro played 68 minutes for Mjallby as they held Malmö to a 2-2 draw.

Enoch Adu came on for Ebenezer Ofori in the 81st minute as AIK drew 1-1 against Falkenbergs.

In the Superettan, Fatawu Safiu was on target for Trelleborgs as they defeated Norrby IF 3-1.

Sadat Karim and Thomas Boakye featured for Halmstads in a 1-1 draw game against Dalkurd.

Emmanuel Yeboah came on the 71st minute as Umea lost 2-0 to Vasteras.

Abdul Halik Hudu lasted the entire duration in Sundsvall 3-0 victory against Göteborg.


Kwame Bonsu featured for Esperance in a 1-1 draw against ES Sahel.


David Accam played the final minutes for Nashville in their scoreless game against Dallas.

In the USL Championships, Prosper Kasim lasted the entire duration and provided an assist as Birmingham Legion defeated North Carolina 2-0.

Solomon Asante played full throttle for Phoenix Rising as they defeated San Diego Loyal 2-0. Francis Atuahene also featured for San Diego Loyal.

Dominic Oduro played 68 minutes for Tampa Bay Rowdies as they drew against Miami FC, 1-1.

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