Ghanaian Players Abroad: Few goals and injury returns dominate weekend

first_imgIn the English Championship, Albert Adomah was on the score sheet for his Middlesbrough side as they won 3-0 against Brighton & Hove Albion to stay top of the league.ITALY:Godfred Donsah played 72 minutes for his Bologna side in the Italian Serie A as they lost by three goals to two.Kwadwo Asamoah could only make the bench for his Juventus side who won their away game against Carpi by three goals to two.Ghana international Isaac Cofie had 70 minutes of playing time for his Carpi side against Asamoah’s Juventus.Alfred Duncan made an 82nd minute appearance for Sassuolo in their 1-1 draw away from home in the Italian Serie A. Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu started and played in the entire duration of Udinese’s game against Afriyie Acquah’s Torino. Udinese won the game by a lone goal from Stipe Perica.Afriyie Acquah made a 63rd minute appearance in the game for Torino replacing Marco Benassi.SPAIN:In the Spanish La Liga, Inaki Williams scored the second of two for his Athletic Bilbao side who won their home game against Levante. Williams played 88 minutes of the game before he was replaced by Iker Muniain. Mubarak Wakaso missed the 1-0 defeat for his Las Palmas side against Espanyol through injury.Thomas Partey played 26 minutes for Spanish giants Atletico Madrid as his side missed a chance to go top of the Primera Division.The midfielder replaced Fernando Carrasco on 64 minutes and picked up a booking as Atletico went down 1-0 to Malaga.REST OF THE WORLD:Frank Acheampong played 69 minutes for his Anderlecht side in the Belgium Pro League as they beat Club Brugge by four goals to one. Ebenezer Assifuah and his Sion side lost by a goal to nil in their away game against FC Zuerich as the Ghanaian played 63 minutes of the game.Defender John Boye played the entire duration in Sivasspor’s 0-0 draw with Kayserispor .Jerry Akaminko also played the entire duratuin for Eskisehirspor when they suffered a 2-1 away loss against Basaksehir.Midfielder Bennard Kumordzi played for the first time in 18 months coming off the bench to replace Yoni Buyens for giants Genk in their 3-0 win against St Truiden. Winger Frank Acheampong also returned from injury to assist a goal for Anderlecht and played 69 minutes as they defeated Club Brugge 4-1 in the Pro League.Nana Akwasi Asare played the entire duration of Gent’s 3-0 win over Kortrijk.Striker Majeed Waris returned from a six-game suspension to play for Lorient in their 0-0 draw with Nantes on Saturday.Ghanaian midfielder Alhassan Wakaso played the entire duration for Rio Ave but high flying Benfica proved too strong to win 3-1 in the Portuguese league. Michael Essien played the full 90 minutes for Panathinaikos in their 1-0 loss at Panthrakikos on Sunday.Sulley Muntari played 75 minutes of his Al Ittihad side’s game against Al Taawon. Al Ittihad won the game by four goals to one.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img

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