Black stars winger Nana Opoku Ampomah registered his name on the score-sheet in Belgium while Bernard Tekpetey scored again in Germany’s Bundesliga II.
Tariq Fosu, Michael Folivi, Haji Adoma, Richmond Tachie, Kentu-Malcolm Badu, Jeremie Frimpong, and Okyere Wriedt all scored goals in lower-tier football leagues.
Former Asante Kotoko forward Latif Amadu scored for the second week running while Joel Fameyeh netted a brace for Belarus as Mahatma Otoo also got on target.
Ghanaian Players Abroad maven El Akyereko has a comprehensive wrap of how Ghanaian STARS fared abroad over the weekend.
Everton resurrected their game to claim a 3-0 win over Fulham at the Goodison Park. Dutch international of Ghanaian descent Timothy Fosu-Mensah played for Cottagers along with Belgian-born Ghanaian Denis Odoi.
German-born Collin Quaner recovered from injury but could not make the grades for the Hudderfield Town squad as they lost 2-0 to Tottenham Hotspurs.
Newcastle United slipped to a 2-0 home defeat against visitors Leicester City at the St James’ Park. Ghana winger Christian Atsu played 90 minutes for Rafael Benitez’s losers while defender Daniel Amartey also played full throttle for the Foxes.
Daniel Agyei could not make the Burnley squad for their 2-1 away win at Cardiff City on Sunday.
Winger Albert Adomah was introduced in the second-half by Aston Villa who drew 1-1 at Bristol City on Friday.
Black Stars lateral defender Andy Yiadom was in action for Reading as they held Brentford to a 2-2 draw.
Norwich City won 1-0 against Wigan Athletic. Norwegian international of Ghanaian descent Alexander Tettey captained Norwich to victory.
In the League One, former Arsenal youth team player Abu Ogogo warmed the bench for Coventry City when they drew 1-1 with Sunderland.
Striker Kwasi Appiah was introduced in the second-half by Wimbledon who beat Oxford Town 2-1.
Charlton drew 2-2 with Luton Town. Ghanaian Tariq Fosu scored one of the goals for the Addicks.
Former Leicester City boy Joe Dodoo was an unused substitute by Blackpool in their 2-2 draw with Peterborough.
In the League Two, Immanuelson Duku was in action for Cheltenham when they lost 2-0 against Lincoln City. He played 58 minutes but Watford loanee Bernard Mensah came off the City bench to play.
Birmingham City former player Koby Arthur was in action for Macclesfield as they drew 1-1 with Forest Green.
Former Crystal Palace player Hiram Boateng played for Exeter City when they managed a 1-1 draw with Port Vale.
In the National League, Hartlepool and Aldershot drew 1-1. Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong, formerly of Crystal Palace suffered an injury and was replaced in the 28th minute.
Former Stoke City youth team player James Alabi came off the bench to play for Leyton Orient when they locked horns with Sutton.
Nana Kyei came off the Barnet bench to play when Wrexham beat them 1-0.
English-born Kwame Thomas was in action for 72 minutes for Solihull Moors when they won 1-0 against Havant & Waterlooville.
In Premier League 2, Liverpool silenced Chelsea after beating them 3-1. Ghanaian trio including the Welsh international Ethan Ampadu, Tariq Lamptey and Callum Hudson-Odoi played for Chelsea.
Jeremie Frimpong registered his first goal of the league season for Manchester City when they defeated Swansea City 4-1.
In the Professional Development League, Michael Folivi scored for Watford U23 when they drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace U23.
Meanwhile in the Bundesliga, Black Stars defender Kasim Nuhu continued his spell on the treatment board as he recovers from his ankle injury. He watched from the stands at the Wirsol Rhein-Neckar Arena as his Hoffenheim side suffered a 2-1 loss against Red Bull Leipzig.
Schalke 04 managed a slim 1-0 win over Mainz 05 at the Veltins Arena. There was no Baba Rahman in the Schalke side while Ghanaian youth striker Issah Abass could not make the trip with the losers.
Hertha Berlin handed Bayern Munich their first defeat of the season after brushing them aside 2-0 at the Olympiastadion before 76,000 fans in Berlin. Dutch-born Ghana-pursuit Derrick Luckassen was not part of the Hertha squad for the game.
Stuttgart claimed a 2-1 win over Werder Bremen in a keenly contested game. Son of former Ghana defender Hans Adu Sarpie, Hans Sarpei Nunoo, warmed the bench for Stuttgart.
Austrian international of Ghana Kevin Danso warmed the Augsburg bench as the hammered Freiburg 4-1.
In the Bundesliga II, German-born Ghanaian Prince Owusu came off the bench in the 75th minute to play for Arminia Bielefeld when they lost 3-1 against FC Koln.
St Pauli managed to a squeeze a point from Hamburg as they held them to a 0-0 draw. German-born Ghanaian Chris Avevor played for St Pauli.
Greuther Furth maintained their fine form by beating Dynamo Dresden 1-0 in an away fixture. Ghanaian Erich Berko was unused by the losers while David Atanga was in the Furth side and played 89 minutes.
Attacker Bernard Tekpetey scored in a second week running as he helped Paderborn to pip Erzgebirge Aue 1-0.
There was 21 minutes of action for Jans Gyamerah was he came off the bench to play for Bochum in their 3-2 defeat to FC Heidenheim.
Daniel Kofi Kyereh played full throttle for Wehen who suffered a 3-0 defeat against Preussen Munster in the Liga 3 on Friday.
Kyere Mensah came off the bench in the 84th minute to play for Fortuna Koln in their 2-1 home loss to KFC Uerdingen 05.
Mike Owusu warmed the bench for Sonnenhof Großaspach who drew 1-1 with Unterhaching.
In the Regionalliga, Ghanaian duo of Kentu-Malcolm Badu and Richmond Tachie scored both goals for Wolfsburg II when they beat Jeddeloh II 2-0.
Former Tema Youth player Jonah Osabutey was in action for Werder Bremen II in their 3-1 loss at Hannover II.
Momo Kwarteng was in action for 77 minutes for Hamburg II in their 3-1 loss at Weiche Flensburg 08.
Bonner won 3-0 against Fortuna Düsseldorf II. Ghanaian Leroy Kwadwo was booked in the 77th minute and played 90 minutes for the vanquished.
There was a goal for Kwasi Okyere Wriedt as his Bayern II side won 3-0 against Memmingen.
In the U19 Bundesliga, German youth international of Ghanaian descent John Yeboah scored a brace for Wolfsburg U19 as they won 6-1 against Magdeburg U19.
Both Philip Aboagye and Maxwell Gyamfi played for Bochum as they slipped to a 1-0 loss against Borussia Dortmund.
Yannick Debrah was in action for 46 minutes for Schalke 04 as they managed a narrow 2-1 win over Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday. Daniel Kyerewaa played for Fortuna Düsseldorf.
Ghanaian striker Emmanuel Mensah starred for Partizani Tirana in their 1-0 win over KF Tirana in the Albanian top-flight league on Friday.
Former Asante Kotoko striker Latif Amadu scored from the spot to help Teuta to a 2-0 home win over Skenderbeu. It is his second goal in two games.
Seth Paintsil was in action in the Bundesliga as he played full time for Admira who lost 4-2 against visiting Altach on Saturday.
Samuel Tetteh was injured and missed LAS Linz’s 0-0 draw with Sturn Graz.
In the second-tier league, former WAFA defender Gideon Mensah came off the bench to play for Liefering when they suffered a 2-1 defeat against host BW Linz.
Paul Mensah played in attack and helped Kapfenberg to win 3-2 against Austria Lustenau.
In other games 21-year-old Ghanaian defender Joseph Asante Junior warmed the bench for A. Klagenfurt when they claimed a 2-1 win over Floridsdorfer AC.
Attacker Felix Adjei was in action for Wattens when they shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with Wacker Innsbruck Amateur side.
Antwerp and Gent drew 2-2. Nana Akwasi Asare captained Gent while William Owusu played for Antwerp. Daniel Opare warmed the bench for the hosts.
KAS Eupen won 3-1 at Kortrijk in the top-flight league on Friday. Ghanaian Eric Ocansey was booked and played 70 minutes for the winners. Bennard Kumordzi remains suspended and missed the game. Ghana U20 goalkeeper Abdul Manaf Nurudeen could not make the Eupen squad for the game.
Both Joseph Aidoo and Joseph Paintsil played for Genk and helped them to a 4-0 thumping of Zulte-Waregem in the top-flight on Saturday.
10-man St Truiden held Anderlecht to a 0-0 draw. Samuel Asamoah played for Truiden while Francis Amuzu was in action for Anderlecht. Dennis Appiah was dropped to the bench while Dauda Mohammed missed the game with injury.
Ghana international Nana Opoku Ampomah scored for Waasland-Bereven as they won 3-0 away to Mouscron on Saturday.
In the second-tier league, former Manchester City starlet Divine Naah was a full-timer for Tubize who lost 2-1 at KSV Roeselare.
Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh was booked and he played full time for Spartak Prague in their painful 1-0 away loss to Viktoria Plzen in the top-flight.
Winger Emmanuel Antwi flourished for Pribram as they won 3-0 against Mlada Boleslav.
In the U19 League, former Dreams FC striker Sharani Zuberu scored in the 40th minute for Sparta Prague U19 as they thrashed Mlada Boleslav U19 4-0.
Ghanaian attacker Emmanuel Banahene scored brace for Al Ittihad in their 2-2 draw with Wadi Degla on Friday.
On Saturday in the Ligue 1, Abdul Majeed Waris was in action and helped Nantes to hold Olympique Lyon to a 1-1 draw at their own backyard. Young defender Enock Kwateng came off the bench in the dying embers for Nantes.
AC Ajaccio posted a 3-1 win over Valenciennes in the Ligue 2. Former Ghana U20 defender Emmanuel Ntim appeared on the Valenciennes bench.
FC Paris held Lens to a 0-0 draw on Friday. French-born Ghanaian Grejohn Kyei came off the Lens bench in the 69th minute to play for Lens.
Sochaux squeeze out a point from Nancy after holding them to a 0-0 draw. Ghana No.2 Lawrence Ati-Zigi warmed the bench for Sochaux. Olympique Lyon loanee Elisha Owusu was not part of the Sochaux squad for the game.
Metz slipped to a 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Le Havre. Ghana defender John Boye was in action for 90 minutes for Metz but Ebenezer Assifuah sat on the bench for the winners.
In the National Ligue 1, former Ghana youth international Charles Boateng was booked in the 38th minute and played full time for Avranches and helped them to win 3-1 against Bourg-en-Bresse.
In the Premier League, former Inter Milan Primavera player Isaac Ntow Tuah impressed in midfield for Hibernians when they posted a 2-0 win over St. Andrews.
Former Fiorentina defender Nii Nortey Ashong played 90 minutes for Sleima in their victory over Tarxien.
There was no Eredivisie action for Cody Gakpo as he failed to make the PSV Eindhoven squad for their 2-0 away win over NAC Breda.
Young defender and son of former Asante Kotoko player Robin Polley continued to warm the bench for ADO Den Haag as they drew 1-1 with Heereveen on Saturday.
Injured Myron Boadu watched AZ Alkmaar’s 2-2 draw with Zwolle from the stands.
Leeroy Owusu was in action for Graafschap when they beat Willem II 2-1.
Forward Johnathan Opoku played 90 minutes for VVV Venlo when they succumbed to a 1-0 defeat against Excelsior Rotterdam.
In the second-tier league, Almere City posted a 2-1 win over Waalwijk. Kevin Luckassen warmed the bench for the winners.
Meanwhile in the third-tier league, AFC won 5-1 against Jong Almere City. Ghanaian forward Haji Adoma scored the consolation goal for City. Samuel Brobbey also played for City but Alfred Mensah could not make the squad for the game.
Ghanaian midfielder Joseph Mensah came off the bench to play for Sepsi in their 0-0 draw at Din. Bucuresti on Friday in the top-flight.
Both Mohammed Kasola and Lawrence Quaye played for Umm-Salal who beat Al Khor in the Star League on Friday.
Enoch Adu Kofi helped AIK Solna to a 4-0 away win over Dalkurd.
Frank Arhin, Samuel Menseiro and Patrick Kpozo were in the Ostersunds team won 2-0 at Djurgarden.
Both Emmanuel Okine and Sadat Karim played for Landskrona in their 4-3 home defeat to Frej.
Ghanaian midfielder Enock Kwakwa came off the bench to play for Falkenbergs who beat Brage 3-2 in the Superettan.
Isaac Telly Shaze played for Gefle in their 0-0 draw with Osters.
Thomas Boakye was introduced in the second-half by Halmstad BK in their 3-2 loss to Norrby.
Helsingborg and GAIS drew 1-1 and Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Abubakari played for Helsingborg.
Former Ghana Premier League midfielder Majeed Ashimeru played for St Gallen and helped them to beat Grasshoppers 2-1.
Gregory Kwesi Wuthrich missed Young Boys’ 4-1 away win over FC Thun.
Kevin-Prince Boateng played 90 minutes for Sassuolo when they lost 3-1 against AC Milan. Youngster Claud Adjapong warmed the bench for the hosts but Alfred Duncan was not in the Sassuolo team for the game.
Afriyie Acquah missed Empoli’s 1-0 loss at Parma with a tie injury.
Bologna won 2-1 against Udinese. Ghanaian defender Nicholas Opoku warmed the Udinese bench. Both Godfred Donsah and Emmanuel Agyeman Badu missed the game with injuries.
Yussif Raman Chibsah was in midfield for Frosinone as they allowed Genoa to defeat them 2-1.
Inter Milan continued their impressive run with a 2-0 win over Cagliari at the Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday. Ghana international Kwadwo Asamoah was rested for the mid-week Champions League game as he warmed the bench for the entire period.
Elsewhere in the Serie B, Ghanaian midfielder Moses Odjer impressed in midfield for Salernitana when they beat Verona 2-1.
Former Torino starlet Emmanuel Gyasi played 89 minutes for Spezia and helped them to win 2-1 against Carpi.
Former Ghana U20 defender Bright Addae came off the bench to play for Ascoli in their 0-0 draw with Cremonese on Saturday.
Bright Gyamfi was a bench warmer for Benevento when they suffered a 3-1 loss at the hands of Foggia.
In the third-tier league, Shaka Mawuli Eklu warmed the bench for Catanzaro when they lost 2-1 to Casertana.
Inter Milan loanee Stephen Danso was on the Rimini bench for their 1-1 draw with Vicenza Virtus.
Midfielder Joseph Tetteh warmed the bench for Olbia when they lost 1-0 against Pro Piacenza.
Striker Inaki Williams Dannis missed a flurry of chances as he starred for Athletic Bilbao in their 1-1 draw with Barcelona at the Camp Nou. He lasted 79 minutes.
Midfielder Thomas Partey was introduced by Atletico Madrid in the second-half as a replacement for Diego Costa when they shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw with Real Madrid.
Levante posted a 2-1 win over Deportivo Alaves. Ghana attacker Emmanuel Boateng played for Levante but Raphael Dwamena was left of their squad once again. Wakaso Mubarak was dropped to the Alaves bench while Patrick Twumasi couldn’t make the squad due to injury.
In the Segunda Division, Isaac Cofie played in holding midfield for Sporting Gijon as they claimed a 1-0 win over Las Palmas.
Real Mallorca held Lugo to a 1-1 draw and Ghanaian Iddrisu Baba came off the bench to play for Mallorca.
Alcorcon posted a 2-0 win over Real Oviedo. Ghanaian midfielder Richard Boateng was dropped to the bench.
Yaw Yeboah played Numancia in their 0-0 draw with Osasuna.
Former Inter Milan Primavera attacker and also of Genoa, Said Ahmed Said, was introduced to play the last 4 minutes for Hajduk Split in their 0-0 draw with Dinamo Zagreb.
Rijeka and Slaven Belupo drew 0-0 on Sunday. Ghanaian Maxwell Acosty came off the bench to play for Rijeka.
Nasiru Moro was unused by Gorica in their 3-0 home loss against Lok. Zagreb.
Midtjylland trounced Hobro 5-2. Ghanaian youngster Collins Tanor came off the Hobro bench to play but Yaw Amankwaah missed the game with injury.
Emmanuel Oti was not part of the Esbjerg side that drew 0-0 with Aarhus.
HJK and Honka drew 0-0. Midfielder Anthony Annan came off the bench to play for HJK but his Ghanaian compatriot Evans Mensah could not make the HJK squad for the game.
KuPS won 3-0 at VPS on Saturday and Ghanaian Reuben Ayarna was in action for the winners.
Ghanaian midfielder Clifford Aboagye climbed off the bench to play for Atlas when they won 2-0 against Toluca.
There was no Lumor Agbenyenu in the Sporting side that beat Maritimo 2-0.
Alhassan Wakaso flourished in midfield for Vitoria Guimaraes as they drew 1-1 with Setubal. Defender Henry Mendarious missed the game with injury.
Ghana winger Thomas Agyepong played 84 minutes to help Hibernian beat St Mirren 1-0.
Danny Amankwaa was introduced in the second-half by Hearts in their 2-1 win over St Johnstone.
Striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom was rested by Red Star Belgrade for their 2-1 win over Mladost in the top-flight on Saturday. Defender Rashid Sumaila could not make the squad for the game.
Cukaricki managed to squeeze a 1-1 draw at Napredak. Ghanaian Samuel Owusu played for Cukaricki.
Attacker Samuel Afum broke into the Spartak Subotica team but warmed the bench as they lost 1-0 against Vojvodina.
Former Techiman City striker Francis Kyeremah played for Radnik in their 1-0 loss to FK Vozdovac.
Defender Benson Anang helped Zilina to a 2-1 away win over Z. Moravce in the top-flight on Saturday.
Former Ghana U20 player Patrick Asmah played in midfield in a 3-5-2 formation for Senica when they lost 2-1 against Dun. Streda.
Osman Bukari was in action for Trencin as they suffered a 2-0 away loss to Podbrezova.
Dutch-born Ghanaian defender Mitch Apau played in lateral defence for Slovan Bratislava as they beat Trnava 2-1 on Saturday.
Ghanaian pair of Emmanuel Boakye and Kingsley Boateng were in the NK Olimpija Ljubljana that drew 1-1 with Krsko.
Besiktas won 2-0 against Kayserispor on Saturday. Bernard Mensah played for the losers while Asamoah Gyan was unused.
Midfielder Isaac Sackey was sent off in the 69th minute while in action for Alanyaspor who beat Akhisar Genclik Spor 2-1.
Former Chievo Verona youth team player Caleb Ekuban was introduced in the second-half by Trabzonspor as they hammered Kasimpasa 4-2.
Rizespor stamped a huge question mark on the former of Fenerbache after beating them 3-0. Ghana’s Andre Ayew played 90 minutes for the losers.
Mahatma Otoo scored the match-winner for Balikesirspor when they claimed a 2-1 win over Atlay.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Dutch-born Ghanaian Johan Kappelhof was in action for Chicago Fire as they beat Los Angeles FC 3-1. There was no Latif Blessing in the LA team.
Bismark Adjei-Boateng started the game for Colorado Rapids but he was changed in the second-half as they lost heavily (4-0) against Seattle Sounders.
Injured Francis Atuahene watched FC Dallas’ 0-0 draw with Portland Timbers from the screens.
Ema Boateng played along Zlatan Ibrahimovic in attack for LA Galaxy who beat Vancouver Whitecaps 3-0.
Former Inter Allies player Dominic Oduro warmed the bench for San Jose Earthquakes when they lost 3-2 against Houston Dynamo.
Both Kwame Awuah and Ebenezer Ofori were in the New York City FC side that lost 2-1 against Minnesota United. Injured Abu Danladi watched from the bench.
Columbus Crew and Philadelphia Union played a 0-0 stalemate. Ghanaian trio of Jonathan Mensah, Harrison Afful and Lalas Abubakar all started for Crew along with American-Ghanaian Gyasi Zardes. Also starting for Union was Charles Sapong but David Accam was unused.
In the USL, North California defeated Richmond Kickers 3-2. Ghanaian duo of Prince Agyemang and Oscar Umar played for Kickers but Chris Osei-Wusu was unused.
Solomon Asante and Gladson Awako played and helped Phoenix Rising to a 2-0 win over Saint Louis FC.
Joel Fameyeh scored twice for Dinamo Brest and helped them to beat Slutsk 4-0 on Sunday.
Seidu Yahaya played for Dinamo Minsk when BATE Borisov won 2-1 against them.
Former Ghana U20 midfielder Derrick Mensah came off the bench to play for Dunav Ruse when they drew 1-1 with Beroe.
Michael Tawiah played in midfield for Vereya when they suffered a 2-1 home loss against Botev Plovdiv.
Ghana winger Frank Acheampong was not part of the Tianjin Teda side that lost 1-0 at Guizhou Zhicheng with ten men.
In the Eliteserien, Valerenga posted a 3-2 win over IK Start. Ghanaian pair of Mohammed Abu and Adam Kwarasey played for the winners while Ibrahim Arafat Mensah and Isaac Twum warmed the bench for Start.
In the second-tier league Finnish-born Ghanaian Solomon Duah was introduced in the second-half by Levanger as they lost 4-1 to Strommen.
Ghanaian defender Kwame Francis was unused by Legnica as they lost 2-1 against Lech Poznan.
Ghanaian midfielder Rabiu Mohammed lasted 84 minutes of the game for Anzhi when they won 2-1 against Zenit Petersburg in the Premier League.
Krasnodar posted a 3-0 win over Dynamo Moscow. Ghanaian midfielder Aziz Tetteh played 90 minutes for the losers.
Ural posted a 2-1 win over Arsenal Tula. Ghanaian defender Kadri Mohammed was in action for Tula.
BY: El Akyereko
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