Solomon Asante and Ropapa Mensah on target, Jonathan Mensah continues fine form: Performance of Ghanaian players abroad over the weekend (21-23 August)

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With a new football season starting amid coronavirus pandemic.

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

FRANCE

Majeed Waris saw 63 minutes of action for Strasbourg as they lost 3-1 to his former side Lorient.

In Ligue 2, Ebenezer Assifuah played 79 minutes for Pau FC as they lost 3-1 to Valenciennes.

Emmanuel Lomotey played 90 minutes for Amiens in a 1-0 victory against Nancy.

Salis Abdul Samed played the final 10 minutes for Clermont Foot in a scoreless game against Caen.

AZERBAIJAN

Kwabena Owusu lasted the entire duration as Qarabag defeated Sabah 2-0.

BELARUS

Denis Tetteh played full throttle and was on target for Slavia Mozyr in a 1-1 draw game against Vitebsk. Francis Narh came on in the 67th minute for Slavia Mozyr.

BELGUIM

Eric Ocansey played 90 minutes for Kortrijk in a scoreless game against Issah Nuhu’s Eupen. Issah Nuhu played 72 minutes.

Daniel Opare was back from injury and lasted 78 minutes in Zulte Waregem’s 4-1 victory against Waasland-Beveren.

Kamal Sowah played full throttle and provided an assist as Oud-Heverlee Leuven lost 3-1 to Sporting Charleroi.

BULGARIA

Nasiru Mohammed featured in the last 20 minutes for Levski Sofia in a 1-0 defeat to Tsarsko Selo Sofia.

Bernard Tekpetey saw 26 minutes of action for Ludogorets as they defeated Cherno More Varna 4-1.

Carlos Ohene played 45 minutes for Beroe against Botev in a 3-3 draw game.

CANADA

Raphael Ohin lasted the entire duration for Valour in a scoreless game against York 9 FC. Solomon Antwi didn’t feature for Valour.

CROATIA

Nasiru Moro made a brief appearance for Gorica in a 2-1 victory against Slaven.

Prince Ampem played 90 minutes for Sibenik in a 1-0 defeat to Varazdin.

Obeng Regan saw 61 minutes of action for Istra as they lost to the champions Dinamo Zagreb by 1-0.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Emmanuel Antwi played 59 minutes for Pribram in a 3-1 defeat to Teplice. Issac Boakye didn’t feature for Pribram.

EGYPT

John Antwi played 90 minutes for Pyramids as they defeated Smouha 2-1.

Nana Antwi didn’t feature for Haras El Hodoud.

Solomon Mensah played 90 minutes for Aswan in a 1-0 victory against Al-Mokawloon.

Issahaku Yakubu lasted the entire duration for Wadi Degla in a scoreless game against Al-Ittihad.

FINLAND

Anthony Annan watched Inter Turku’s 1-0 defeat to TPS from the bench.

Bismark Adjei-Boateng played full throttle for KuPS as they defeated Mariehamn 2-1.

Edmund Arka-Mensah made a brief appearance for Honka as they defeated SJK 2-1.

In Division One, Geoffrey Acheampong and Emmanuel Appiah featured for Kajaani in a 3-2 defeat to Thomas Agyiri’s KTP. Thomas Agyiri lasted the entire duration.

Abu Sanunu lasted the entire duration for KPV in a 6-1 victory against Gnistan.

MEXICO

Clifford Aboagye watched Club Tijuana’s 1-0 victory against Puebla on the bench.

NORWAY

Isaac Twum played 90 minutes for IK Start as they lost heavily to Bodø/Glimt, 6-0.

RUSSIA

Joel Fameyeh played 84 minutes for Oreburg as they defeated Kryrla Sovetov Samara 1-0.

SAUDI ARABIA

Samuel Owusu played full throttle for Al-Fayha in a scoreless game against Damac.

SERBIA

Richmond Boakye-Yiadom made a brief appearance for Red Star Belgrade in a 1-0 victory against Proleter Novi.

Ibrahim Tanko played in the final minutes for Javor in a 2-1 victory against Radnik.

Ibrahim Mustapha didn’t feature for Zlatibor.

SOUTH AFRICA

Edwin Gyimah and Mumuni Abubakar played full throttle for Black Leopards in a 3-1 defeat to Golden Arrows.

Richard Ofori lasted the entire duration for Maritzburg in a 2-2 draw against Mamelodi Sundowns.

SWEDEN

Samuel Mensah played full 90 minutes for Ostersunds in a 1-0 victory against Elfsborg. Frank Arhin made a brief appearance for Ostersunds.

Enoch Addo lasted the entire duration for AIK as they defeated Helsingborgs 2-0. Ebenezer Ofori made a a brief appearance for AIK. Mohammed Abubakari played 90 minutes for Helsingborgs.

Gideon Mensah didn’t feature for Varbergs.

In the Superettan, Abdul Fatawu Safiu played 63 minutes for Trelleborgs in a 1-1 draw game against Eskilstuna.

Sadat Karim and Thomas Boakye featured for Halmstads as they defeated Sundsvall 1-0.

Emmanuel Yeboah played 63 minutes for Umea in a 1-1 draw game against Norrby.

TUNISIA

Kwame Bonsu came on in the 66th minute for Esperance Tunis as they defeated Stade Tunisien 2-1.

USA

Latif Blessing played full throttle for Los Angeles as they lost 2-0 in the LA derby to La Galaxy.

Lalas Abubakar saw 90 minutes of action for Colorado Rapids in a 4-1 defeat to Real Salt Lake.

David Accam came on in the 67th minute for Nashville as they lost 2-0 to Atlanta United.

Jonathan Mensah, Harrison Afful and Emmanuel Boateng featured for Columbus Crew as they defeated Chicago Fire 3-0.

In the USL Championship, Solomon Asante scored and provided an assist in Phoenix Rising’s 3-3 draw against Las Vegas Lights. Kontor Owusu-Ansah also featured for Phoenix Rising.

Prosper Kasim saw 77 minutes of action for Birmingham Legion in a 2-2 draw against Memphis 901 FC.

Frank Atuahene lasted the entire duration for San Diego Loyal in a 3-1 defeat to Reno 1868 FC.

Ropapa Mensah was on target for Pittsburgh Riverhounds in a 2-2 draw against Saint Louis. Oscar Louis played 90 minutes for Saint Louis.

Joshua Yaro played 57 minutes for San Antonio in a 2-0 victory against Tulsa.

In the USL League One, Abudul Hilal Osumanu played full throttle for Union Omaha as they drew 1-1 against Forward Madison.

Wahab Ackwei made brief appearance for Richmond Kickers in a 2-1 victory against New England Revolution II. Charles Boateng didn’t feature for Richmond Kickers.

UKRAINE

Najeeb Yakubu came on in the 64 minutes for Vorskla Poltava in a 5-2 victory against Rukh Lviv. Ernest Antwi played 45 minutes for Rukh Lviv.

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