Four Ghanaian players hit brace as winger Albert Adomah, Okyere Kwasi Wriedt, Saddam Sulley and Ropapa Mensah all scored twice for their clubs.
Winger Christian Atsu grabbed his first goal in the English Premier League as he scored in Newcastle United’s win.
Striker Kwesi Appiah, Abdul Basit Khalid, Joseph Paintsil, Nasiru Mohammed, Abu Danladi, William Owusu, ex-Chelsea youngster Nii Nortey Nortei, Koby Arthur and Kevin Tano all scored for their clubs abroad.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu continued his fine form at Turkish Super Lig side Bursaspor with a superb assist and Francis Kyeremeh was sent off in Serbia.
Ghana Sports Online’s El Akyereko has the most comprehensive lowdown on how Ghanaian players fared abroad over the weekend.
Ghana wing-back Jeffrey Schlupp was in action for 90 minutes for Crystal Palace in their 1-0 defeat at home to Southampton.
Huddersfield and Leicester City split points in a 1-1 draw. German-born forward Collin Quaner was introduced in the 74th minute but defender Daniel Amartey was unused.
Christian Atsu netted on the 19th minute for Newcastle United in their 2-1 home win over Stoke City.
Andre Ayew played the last 14 minutes for West Ham United in their 0-0 draw at West Bromwich Albion.
Striker Jordan Ayew completed the entire game for Swansea City as the South Welsh side held Tottenham Hotspur to a 0-0 draw at the White Hart Lane.
In the Championship, Belgian-born Ghanaian Denis Odoi warmed the Fulham bench in their 2-1 away loss at Burton.
Ghanaian youngster Caleb Ekuban missed Leeds United’s 1-0 away loss at Millwall with injury.
Alexander Tettey was booked in the 58th minute while he was in action for Norwich in their 1-0 away loss at Sheffield United.
Winger Albert Adomah starred with a brace for Aston Villa in their 3-0 away win over Barnsley. The 30-year-old was starting his first game of the season.
In the League One, Ghana forward Kwesi Appiah scored the only goal of the game for Wimbledon who beat Blackburn Rovers 1-0.
Burnley loanee Daniel Agyei watched from the bench as his Walsall side drew 1-1 with Peterborough United.
Former Arsenal youth team player Abumere Ogogo played for Shrewsbury Town in their 2-1 win over Oldham Athletic.
Tariqe Fosu and Joe Dodoo both played for Charlton Athletic in their 1-0 loss at Gillingham Town.
Hiram Boateng was introduced in the second-half by Exeter City in their 3-0 win over Crewe Alexandria.
English-born Ghanaian duo Osei-Tutu Jordi and Edward Nketiah both played the entire game for Arsenal U23 when the young Gunners beat Leicester City U23 1-0.
Denzil Boadu was not part of the Manchester City U23 squad when they drew 2-2 with Sunderland.
Former Chelsea youth team defender Nii Nortey Nortei scored one of the goals for Dover Athletic in their 4-0 win over Chester City.
Former Stoke City youth team player James Alabi warmed the Tranmere Rovers bench in their 0-0 draw with Ebbsfleet.
Former Birmingham City attacker Koby Arthur came off the bench to score the consolation goal for Macclesfield in their 4-1 home loss against Maidstone. Ex-England youth captain and Chelsea youth team defender Nana Ofori-Twumasi also played for the winners.
German-born Ghanaian midfielder Gideon Jung played the entire game for Hamburg SV who were handed a 2-0 defeat at Hannover 96.
Former Real Madrid Castilla defender Daniel Opare played the entire game for Augsburg and helped them to defeat Kevin-Prince Boateng‘s Frankfurt 2-1. Austrian-born Ghanaian defender Kevin Danso was out of the Augsburg squad for the game.
On the bench for Stuttgart who beat Wolfsburg 1-0 was Ghanaian midfielder Ebenezer Ofori.
In the Bundesliga II, 17-year-old Noah Awuku could not make the Holstein Kiel squad for their 3-0 win away win over Erzgebirge Aue.
Manfred Osei-Kwadwo played the entire game for Kaiserslautern when they lost 1-0 against Sandhausen.
Swedish international defender who was born in Ghana Joseph Baffo played the entire game for Eintracht Braunschweig in their 1-1 draw at Union Berlin. German-born Ghanaian defender Steffan Nkansah warmed the bench for the away side.
Elsewhere Marcel Appiah played 90 minutes for Osnabrück when they lost 1-0 against Rot-Weiß Erfurt.
German-born Ghanaian defender Jans Gyamerah came off the bench in the second-half to play for Bochum in their 2-1 home defeat to Heidenheim.
Striker Erich Berko was not part of the Dynamo Dresden side that won 2-0 against Regensburg.
Defender Michael Akoto warmed the bench for Wehen Wiesbaden who beat Chemnitzer FC 2-1.
American-born Ghanaian Joe Gyau was replaced in the 76th minute by Sonnenhof in their 4-1 win over Unterhaching.
Christopher Antwi-Adjei played 55 minutes for Paderborn in their 2-1 win over Preussen Munster.
Mike Owusu came off the bench in the 89th minute to play for Hansa Rostock in their 0-0 draw with Werder Bremen II.
Fortuna Koln and Hallescher played a 1-1 draw on Saturday. Bernard Kyere played the entire game for Koln while Braydon Marvin Manu was replaced in the 89th minute.
In the Regionalliga, striker Prince Osei Owusu came off the bench in the 70th minute to play for Hoffenheim II in their 1-1 draw with Freiburg.
Ghanaian youngster Gabriel Boakye came off the bench to play for Energie Cottbus in their 3-1 home win over BFC Dynamo.
Danish-born Nikolas Nartey played for FC Koln II in their 1-1 draw at Borussia Monchengladbach.
Okyere Wriedt scored a brace for Bayern Munich II in their 5-0 away win over SpVgg Bayreuth.
Enock Kwateng warmed the Nantes bench in their 1-0 home win over Caen.
There was no Majeed Waris in the Lorient team that claimed a 2-0 win over Ajaccio on Friday.
Attacker Ebenezer Assifuah played the entire game for Le Havre who lost 1-0 at Brest.
Goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi sat on the Sochaux bench in their 4-2 home loss against Stade de Reims. French-born Ghanaian striker Grejohn Kyei also warmed the bench for Reims.
In the third-tier league, injured Emmanuel Ntim missed Chambly’s 1-1 draw with Dunkerque.
Partick Thistle were without their Ghanaian skipper Abdul Osman when they held Rangers to a 2-2 draw at the The Energy Check Stadium on Friday.
Former Watford midfielder Prince Buaben Abankwaah came off the bench in the second-half for Heart of Midlothian in their 2-1 away win over Hamilton.
Schalke 04 loanee Bernard Tekpetey scored in the 66th minute for Rheindorf Altach when they drew 2-2 with Rapid Wien. He came off the bench.
Defender Kadri Mohammed was at the heart of defence for Austria Vienna when they posted a 5-0 win over nine-man St Polten.
Midfielder David Atanga warmed the bench for Red Bull Salzburg who won 1-0 against Mattersburg.Gideon Mensah could not make the squad for the game.
Ex-WAFA star Majeed Ashimeru lasted the entire game for 10-man Austria Lustenau who suffered a 3-1 loss at Ried. Defender Kennedy Boateng was also in action for the entire period for the winners.
Neither Gideon Mensah nor David Atanga was in the Liefering squad that lost 3-2 at Wattens.
Austrian-born Ghanaian midfielder Samuel Oppong was involved in action for 90 minutes for Blau-Weiß Linz who drew 1-1 with leaders Wiener Neustadt.
Attacker Francis Narh did not start for Levski Sofia in their 2-0 home win over Septemvri Sofia.
Winger Frank Acheampong played the full 90 minutes for Tianjin Teda when they lost 5-1 against Changchun Yatai.
Forward Benjamin Tetteh was booked in the 51st minute and played the full game for Bohemians 1905 when they drew 0-0 at Teplice.
In the Eredivisie, Ghana-born Portugal youth international Asumah Abubakar was not part of the Willem II side that won 2-1 at bottom-placed Roda JC.
PSV Eindhoven emerged 1-0 winners over Feyenoord at the Phillips Arena. Dutch-born Ghanaian defender Derrick Luckassen was dropped to the bench of PSV.
Meanwhile forward striker Johnathan Opoku Agyemang came off the bench to play for VVV Venlo in their 1-1 draw at Vitesse Arnhem.
Winger Thomas Agyepong played 71 minutes NAC Breda in their 2-1 win over Groningen.
Dutch-born Ghanaian Leeroy Owusu climbed off the bench in the second-half to play for Almere City in their 1-1 draw with Dordrecht.
Shadrach Eghan warmed the bench for Go Ahead Eagles when they lost 3-1 against Cambuur.
Terry Lartey Sanniez was on the Ajax Amsterdam II bench when they hammered Helmond Sport 4-1.
In the third-tier league, Felicia Lovette Ofori played the entire game for Jong Sparta Rotterdam in their 2-0 loss against AFC.
Former Newcastle United forward Frank Wiafe Danquah came off the bench in the 45th minute to play for Lienden in their 2-1 win over Rijnsburgse.
Godfred Donsah was on the bench for Bologna who lost 2-1 at Fiorentina.
Sassuolo succumbed to a 3-1 home defeat against Juventus with Paolo Dybala scoring a hat-trick. Ghana’s Kwadwo Asamoah warmed the bench for the Old Ladies but youngster Claude Adjapong played the entire game for Sassuolo while Alfred Duncan was introduced in the second-half.
Raman Chibsah Yussif was in full time action for Benevento who got hammered 6-0 by Napoli. Ex-Inter Milan defender Bright Gyamfi warmed the bench for the losers.
Afriyie Acquah missed Torino’s 2-2 with Sampdoria with a muscle injury.
Midfielder Isaac Cofie started his first game of the season and lasted 56 minutes for Genoa who suffered a summary 3-2 defeat against Lazio.
In the Serie B, defender Bright Addae was booked in the 20th minute and lasted 76 minutes for Ascoli who were beaten 3-0 at Empoli.
Prince Emmanuel Besea warmed the bench for Frosinone in their 3-2 win over Bari.
Pescara held Salernitana to a 2-2 draw at their own backyard. Moses Odjer was not part of the Nitana squad but Patrick Asmah warmed their bench.
Former AIK Solna and New Edubiase United midfielder Moro Ibrahim was in full time action for Silkeborg and helped them to a 1-0 win Odense BK. Ghanaian youngster Mase Nana Addo Welbeck warmed the bench for the losers.
Winger Joseph Mensah was in action for Horsens in their 2-2 draw with SønderjyskE.
Hobro succumbed to a 5-1 away defeat at Midtjylland. Defender Yaw Ihle Amankwaah and Emmanuel Sabbi both played for Hobro.
Danny Amankwaa came off the bench to play for FC Copenhagen in their 4-0 away win over Helsingor.
Danish-born Kevin Mensah warmed the bench for Brondby in their 0-0 draw with Aalborg.
Ghana defender Rashid Sumaila played the entire game for Al Qadsia in their 2-2 draw with Al Arabi.
Midfielder Aziz Tetteh put up a man-of-the-match display for Lech Poznan in their 1-0 win over Korona Kielce.
2009 Ghana U20 attacker John Benson played the entire game for Al Ahli when they held Al Gharafa to a 1-1 draw on Friday in the Star League.
Ghana No.1 Richard Ofori was in post for Maritzburg United in their 0-0 draw for Orlando Pirates. Ex-AshantiGold attacker Bernard Morrison played 58 minutes for Pirates.
Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan returned from injury to warm the bench for Kayserispor when they beat Antalyaspor 2-0.
Midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu set up a world-class goal for Bursaspor in their 4-2 away win over Malatyaspor. Youngster Atta Amoako was not part of the squad for the game.
Joe Attamah was booked and played the entire game for Istanbul in their 2-2 draw with Trabzonspor.
Black Stars defender John Boye was not part of the Sivasspor side that won 4-2 against Osmanlispor.
Injured Isaac Sackey watched Alanyaspor 4-1 home loss to Fenerbahce from the stands.
Kamal Issa Sissoko played for Genclerbirligi who lost 3-2 against Goztepe. Elvis Manu did not travel with the Genclerbirligi squad for the game.
In the second-tier league attacker Mahamta Otoo was in full time action for Balikesirspor when they drew 2-2 with Elazığspor.
Emmanuel Boateng warmed the bench for Levante when they drew 1-1 with Valencia on Saturday.
Midfielder Thomas Partey was replaced after the end of the first-half by Atletico Madrid in their 1-0 win over bottom-placed Malaga.
Midfielder Wakaso Mubarak returned to action for Alaves who slipped to a 3-0 home defeat against Valencia.
Spanish-born Ghanaian forward Inaki Williams Dannis led the attack for Athletic Bilbao who lost 1-0 against Las Palmas.
In Segunda Division Yaw Yeboah and Kwabena Owusu both played for Real Oviedo in their 1-0 win over Cadiz.
Dickson Afoakwah and Evans Adomah were named on the Gomel bench in their 1-0 away loss to Vitebsk.
Joel Fameyeh was introduced in the second-half by Brest in their 1-0 loss at Slutsk. But former Sekondi Hasaacas midfielder Saliw Babao was unused.
Kortrijk were able to hold Anderlecht to a 2-2 draw. France-born Dennis Appiah started and completed the game for the Royal Club while youngster Emmanuel Sowah was not in their team. But in action for the home side was midfielder Bennard Kumordzi.
Striker William Owusu scored the opener for FC Antwerp in their 1-1 draw with Lokeren.
Defender Nana Akwasi Asare was replaced in the 68th minute by Gent who beat KV Oostende 2-0.
Neither Abdul Manaf nor Eric Ocansey was in the KAS Eupen side that drew 1-1 with Standard Liege.
Nana Ampomah played 62 minutes for Waasland-Beveren in their 2-2 draw with Sporting Charleroi.
Sint-Truiden and Genk locked horns in a 2-1 win for Truiden. Samuel Asamoah warmed the bench for the winners while defender Joseph Aidoo sat on the bench for Genk.
SJK posted a 3-0 win over RoPS. Hamburg-born Glenn Gabriel warmed the bench for the losers.
Solomon Duah warmed the bench for KuPS when they beat VPS.
HJK Helsink posted a 4-1 win over Ilves. Midfielder Anthony Annan played 90 minutes for HJK but Evans Mensah was unused as he warmed the bench. But defender Baba Mensah and Reuben Aryana played the entire game for Ilves.
Dutch-born Kevin Tano scored one of the consolation goals for PS Kemi in their 3-2 away loss at Mariehamn.
Daniel Nii Adjei played the entire game for TP Mazembe in their 2-1 win over El Hilal Obeid in the CAF Confederation Cup. Midfielder Solomon Asante and defender Yaw Frimpong did not play for the Ravens.
Former Berekum Chelsea defender Nicholas Opoku played the entire game for Tunisian giants Club Africain who lost 1-0 against USM Algiers.
Former Tema Youth forward Joseph Paintsil scored in the 68th minute for Ferencvaros who beat Honved 3-1 with ten men.
Striker Abdul Basit Khalid scored the decider for Prishtina in their 2-1 win over Vllaznia Pozheran.
Dutch-born Raymond Gyasi played 70 minutes for Stabaek in their 2-0 home loss to Stromsgodset in Eliteserien. Norwegian-born Abdul Basit Agouda warmed the bench for the winners.
Gilbert Koomson was in action for Sogndal IF when they lost 1-0 against Haugesund.
Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey manned the post for Valerenga when they lost 3-0 against Rosenborg BK.
In the second-tier league, Erixon Danso scored one of the goals for Jerv who beat Sandnes 2-0.
Former Right to Dream and Manchester City defender Razak Nuhu warmed the bench for Fredrikstad in their 2-1 home win over IK Start.
Former Hearts of Oak defender Owusu Bempah was not part of the Vojvodina side that won 2-0 against Napredak.
Samuel Owusu was in action for Cukaricki in their away win over Backo.
Francis Kyeremeh was sent off in the 4th minute while in action for Radnik who lost 4-0 against Macva Sabac.
Striker Richmond Boakye came off the bench in the second-half to play for Red Star Belgrade in their 2-0 away win over FK Vozdovac.
Jone Asare was in action for Javor when they lost 1-0 against Zemun.
On-loan forward Saddam Sulley scored a brace for Michalovce who beat Senica 2-1. Hans Sarpei Nunu played the entire match for the losers.
Nasiru Mohammed scored the second goal for BK Hacken in their 3-0 win over ten-man Elfborg. Mohammed Abubakari also played the game for Hacken.
Sam Mensah lasted the entire match for Ostersunds in their 5-0 win over Sirius. Defender Patrick Kpozo warmed the bench for the winners.
Kingsley Sarfo was on the bench for Malmo FF in their 4-0 win over Hammarby.
In the second-tier league, youngster Frank Adjei played 62 minutes for Umea in their 1-0 loss at Sandvikens.
Enock Kwakwa replaced Richard Donkor in Falkenbergs 1-1 draw with Orgryte.
Striker Prsoper Kasim played 90 minutes for Norrby in their 1-0 win over Brommapojkarna.
Trio Mohammed Abu, Lalas Abubakar and Harrison Afful played for Columbus Crew when they drew 2-2 with Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday.
Montreal Impact succumbed to a 3-2 home defeat against Minnesota United. Abu Danladi scored the match-winner.
David Accam and Johan Kappelhof played for Chicago Fire in their 3-0 win over DC United. Lloyd Sam, Kofi Opare and Chris Odoi-Atsem all played for United. But Patrick Nyarko missed the game with injury.
Latif Blessing played the entire game for Sporting Kansas City who pipped New England Revolution 1-0. In action for New England was Gershon Koffie.
Kwame Awuah warmed the bench for New York City FC in their 1-1 draw with Colorado Rapids. Bismark Adjei-Boateng warmed the bench for Rapids.
Ema Boateng came off the bench to play for LA Galaxy in their 4-0 home loss to Toronto FC.
Kofi Sarkodie was booked and played the entire game for San Jose Earthquakes who won 1-0 against Houston Dynamo.
Joshua Yaro was a bench warmer for Philadelphia Union in their 0-0 draw with New York Red Bulls.
Elsewhere former Inter Allies forward Ropapa Mensah scored a brace for Harrisburg City Islanders to help them to a 2-1 win over Toronto FC.
Midfielder Michael Asigba played for Lamia in their 1-0 home loss against AEK Athens FC.
Alhassan Wakaso played for Vitoria Guimaraes who lost 2-1 against Sporting Braga.
In the second-tier league Joseph Amoah played for Guimaraes B in their 2-1 win over Academica Viseu.
Young Boys posted a 4-0 win over Old Boys and Swiss born Ghanaian defender Gregory Kwesi Wüthrich played for Young Boys but Kasim Adam Nuhu did not play for BYB.
By El Akyereko
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