Dauda Mohammed, Kwasi Okyere-Wriedt and Ibrahim Sadiq on target for respective clubs: Performance of Ghanaian players in midweek

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With football around the world gradually returning amid coronavirus pandemic.

Mahamashaibu.com brings you up to speed with a comprehensive coverage of the performance of Ghanaian players abroad in midweek.

SPAIN

Iddrisu Baba played 90 minutes in Mallorca’s 1-0 defeat to Villareal away from home. Lumor Agbenyenu is still out nursing an injury.

Mohammed Salisu played 90 minutes and was exceptional in Real Valladolid’s scoreless game against Joseph Aidoo’s Celta Vigo. Joseph Aidoo played the entire 90 minutes and was equally amazing.

Thomas Partey played the final 21 minutes for Atletico Madrid as they thrashed Osasuna 5-0 in Pamplona.

In La Liga 2, Samuel Obeng came on in additional time of 90 minutes as Real Oviedo drew 2-2 against Deportivo La Corona.

Emmanuel Lomotey returned from injury and came on in the 52nd minute for Extremadura in a 1-0 defeat at home to Albacete. Sabit Abdulai didn’t feature for Extremadura.

GERMANY

Kelvin Ofori watched the entire 90 minutes from the bench as Fortuna Düsseldorf scored two late goals to draw 2-2 against Leipzig away from home. Bernard TekpeteyKassim Nuhu Adams and Nana Ampomah failed to make the match day squad.

Christopher Antwi-Adjei played 90 minutes for bottom placed Budesliga side Paderborn as they lost 1-0 against Union Berlin.

Kwasi Okyere-Wriedt was on the bench and didn’t feature for Bayern Munich as they defeated Werder Bremen 1-0 to win the Bundesliga title for the 8th time in the last 10 seasons.

In Bundesliga 2, Hans Nunoo Sarpei started for Greuther Fürth and was subbed off in the 63rd minute after picking up an injury in a scoreless game against Heidenheim.

Daniel Kofi-Kyereh was subbed off in the 62nd minute as Wehen Wiesbaden lost 6-0 at home to Nuremberg.

In Bundesliga 3, Bernard Kyere played the final 8 minutes for Viktoria Köln in a 2-0 victory against 1860 München.

After winning the league with Bayern München, Kwasi Okyere-Wriedt played 90 minutes for Bayern München II and scored a hattrick in a 5-1 victory against Meppen.

AUSTRIA

Majeed Ashimeru played 71 minutes for Red Bull Salzburg in a scoreless game against Wolfsberger.

Issac Donkor played 45 minutes for Sturm Graz in a 4-0 defeat to Samuel Tetteh’s LASK Linz. Samuel Tetteh came in the 59th minute.

Paul Seth played 90 minutes for Admira in a 1-1 draw game against Altach.

Kelvin Yeboah saw red in the dying embers of the game as Tirol lost 1-0 to Austria Vienna.

CROATIA

Nasiru Moro watched the entire game from the bench as Gorica defeated Inter Zapresic 3-0.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Benjamin Tetteh played in the final 28 minutes in Sparta Praha’s 2-1 victory against Viktoria Plzen in the Czech cup.

DENMARK

Ibrahim Sadiq came on for Abdul Mumin in the 64th minute as Nordsjaelland lost 2-1 to Aarhus. Kamal Deen Suleman replaced Abu Francis at the start of the second half. Isaac Atanga and Kudus Mohammed didn’t even make the bench.

Dauda Mohammed scored and provided an assist for Esbjerg in a 2-2 draw against Horsens.

NORWAY

Gilbert Koomson played 90 minutes for Brann in a 2-1 victory against Haugesund.

PORTUGAL

Emmanuel Hackman played 90 minutes for Portimonense in a 1-1 draw game against Santa Clara.

Kelvin Boateng watched the entire 90 minutes from the bench as Aves held FC Porto to a scoreless game.

SLOVENIA

Eric Boakye was subbed off in the 13th minute as Olimpija shockingly lost 5-0 at home to Bravo.

SWEDEN

Ebenezer Ofori came on for Enoch Adu in the 39th minute as AIK lost 4-1 at home to Norrköping.

In Divisions One, Thomas Boakye and Sadat Karim came on in the second half as Halmstad lost 1-0 at home to Trelleborg. Fatawu Safiu played 90 minutes for Trelleborg.

Emmanuel Kwakwa played the first 45 minutes for Jonkopings Sodra in a 1-0 defeat to Goteborg.

Emmanuel Yeboah played 66 minutes for Umea in a 3-1 defeat to Sandsvall.

TURKEY

Caleb Ekuban played 75 minutes and provided 2 assists in Trabzonspor’s 2-1 victory against Fenerbahce in the first leg of the Turkish cup.

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