Strikers Mahatma Otoo, Dauda Mohammed, Johnathan Opoku Agyemang, Grejohn Kyei and Sadat Karim all scored as Sulley Muntari marked his debut for Albacete in the Spanish second-tier league.
Youngster Charles Jesaja Hermann, Niklas Nartey, Noah Awuku, Geoffrey Acheampong and Terry Ablade all scored in youth leagues in Europe.
Elsewhere there were goals for Anas Mohammed and Ahmed Obeng as Emmanuel Oti Esigba, Joseph Mensah and Emmanuel Antwi were all sent off.
Ghana Sports’ Players Abroad Maven El Akyereko has a comprehensive wrap on how Ghanaian players fared abroad over the weekend.
Callum Hudson-Odoi replaced Pedro on the 64th minute for Chelsea as they shared the spoils in a 1-1 drawn game with Wolves at the Stamford Bridge.
Edward Nketiah replaced Alexander Lacazette on the 84th minute mark for Arsenal who beat Manchester United 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
Crystal Palace slumped to a 2-1 home loss to visiting Brighton. Ghanaian forward Jordan Ayew warmed the bench for 90 minutes but Jeffrey Schlupp played 90 minutes for the Eagles.
Leciester City dispatched Fulham with a 3-1 defeat at the King Power Stadium. Defender Daniel Amartey watched the game from the stands due to injury. But Denis Odoi played 90 minutes for the losers while Dutch international of Ghanaian descent Timothy Fosu-Mensah was left out of their squad for the game.
Christian Atsu was not picked by Newcastle United for their 3-2 win over Everton on Saturday.
Norwich City beat Swansea City 1-0 in the Championship on Friday. Norway international of Ghanaian descent Alexander Tettey was left out of the squad which won the game at the Carrow Road.
Winger Albert Adomah played 64 minutes to help Aston Villa to beat Birmingham City 1-0.
Lateral defender Andy Yiadom played 90 minutes and helped Reading to a 3-2 win over Wigan Athletic.
German-born Ghanaian attacker Collin Quaner played the opening 45 minutes for Ipswich Town when they drew 1-1 at West Bromwich Albion.
In the League One, Watford loanee Michael Folivi played 90 minutes for AFC Wimbledon to a 2-0 win over Doncaster Rovers. Kwasi Appiah missed the game with injury.
Former Reading attacker Tariq Fosu was introduced on the 58th minute mark by Charlton who beat Portsmouth 2-1.
Bristol Rovers won 1-0 against Scunthorpe. Ghanaian midfielder Abumere Ogogo played 90 minutes for the winners.
Koby Arthur missed Macclesfield’s 3-1 home loss to MK Dons. Enoch Ebo Andoh also watched the game from the stands as he didn’t make the squad.
Former Crystal Palace player Hiram Boateng came off the bench to play for Exeter City when Northampton beat them 2-1.
Meanwhile in the National League, Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong played 71 minutes for Aldershot when they lost 2-1 to Barrow.
Forward Justin Kwabena Shaibu played 90 minutes for Boreham Wood in their 1-1 draw with AFC Fylde.
Harold Odametey, Nana Ofori-Twumasi and Nana Owusu were in the Maidenhead team that beat Sutton 1-0.
Former Chelsea youth team defender Nii Nortey Nortei warmed the bench for Dover Rovers in their 3-2 loss to Hartlepool.
27-year-old Ghanaian midfielder Ahmed Obeng scored the equaliser for Leamington when they drew 1-1 with Chester.
In the Professional Development League, promising Ghanaian youngster David Boateng played as a right-back for Crystal Palace U23 when Sheffield Wed U23 dismantled them 5-1 on Friday.
Meanwhile in the Premier League 2, Chelsea U23 posted a 2-0 win over 8-man Manchester City U23 side. Ghanaian pair of Richard Nartey and Tariq Lamptey both played for the Blues while Ghanaian defender who holds a Dutch passport Jeremie Frimpong was introduced in the second-half but received a red card in the 96th minute.
In the U18 Premier League, Arsenal U18 claimed a 3-0 win over Chelsea U18 at the Shenley Training Centre in Shenley. Ghanaian youngster Yunus Musah came off the bench to play for Arsenal.
Meanwhile Aaron Akyeampong-Ekumah played 90 minutes for Sunderland U18 and helped them to draw 2-2 with Stoke City U18.
There was a goal for Ghanaian Terry Ablade who came off the bench to score for Fulham U18 at the Motspur Park in Surrey as they beat West Ham United U18 2-0. Ghanaian Zico Asare played in defence for the young Cottagers. There was a place on the Hammers bench for Ghanaian Keenan Appiah-Forson.
Juventus made mockery of Udinese by hammering them 4-1 at the Juventus Arena in Turin on Friday in the Serie A. Ghanaian defender Nicholas Opoku came off the bench in the first-half to play for the Little Zebras. Emmaunel Agyeman Badu was left out of the squad due to match fitness reasons.
Midfielder Godfred Donsah warmed the bench for Bologna who beat Cagliari 2-0 on Sunday.
Yussif Raman Chibsah lasted the entire period of the game for Frosinone when they lost 2-1 to visiting Torino.
Kwadwo Asamoah was a full timer for Inter Milan in their 2-0 success against Spal.
Midfielder Joseph Alfred Duncan lasted until the 91st minute when he was replaced by Sassuolo in their 1-1 drawn game with Napoli.
In the Serie B, striker Emmanuel Gyasi missed Spezia’s 2-0 loss to Padova due to injury.
Moses Odjer was in action for the entire 90 minutes for Salernitana when Crotone defeated them 2-0.
Bright Addae played in central midfield for Ascoli in their 1-1 draw with Livorno on Sunday.
Former Inter Milan defender Bright Gyamfi warmed the bench for Benevento in their 1-0 loss to Cremonese.
Meanwhile in the third-tier league, Amidu Salifu and Abdallah Basit were in the Arezzo squad for their 1-1 draw with Novara on Saturday.
Ravenna brushed Fano aside 3-0. Ghanaian Ransford Selasi warmed the bench for the losers.
In the Bundesliga, John Yeboah didn’t make the Wolfsburg matchday squad for their 6-0 heavy thrashing by Bayern Munich.
TSG Hoffenheim managed a 2-1 home win over Nurnberg on Sunday. Kasim Adams Nuhu missed the game due to suspension.
Youngster Issah Abass has a thigh injury missed out of Mainz 05’s matchday squad for their 1-0 loss to Borussia Monchengladbach.
Derrick Luckassen‘s ankle injury kept him out of Hertha Berlin’s 2-1 loss at Freiburg.
Jans Gyamerah played in lateral defence for Bochum who won 1-0 over Heidenheim on Friday in the Bundesliga II.
Hamburg claimed a heavy 4-0 win over St Pauli. German-born Ghanaian midfielder Gideon Jung came off the bench to play for the winners. Pfeiffer Patric and Aaron Opoku could not make the Hamburg squad for the game.
Ghanaian offensive midfielder Kingsley Schindler was not part of the Hostien Kiel team when they lost 3-2 against SV Darmstadt 98.
Ghanaian striker Christopher Antwi-Adjei came off the bench to score the face-saving goal for Paderborn in their 2-1 loss to Erzgebirge Aue. Ghanaian Bernard Tekpetey was in action for 90 minutes for the losers.
Danish-born Niklas Nartey didn’t make the FC Koln squad for their comprehensive 5-1 win over Arminia Bielefeld.
Ghanaian midfielder Joseph Claude-Gyau warmed the bench for MSV Duisburg when they drew 1-1 with Jahn Regensburg.
In the third-tier league, Ghanaian pair of Daniel Kofi Kyereh and Agyemang Diawusie both played for Wehen when they lost 1-0 to visiting 1860 München. Ghanaian Prince Owusu also played 87 minutes for the winners.
Former Wolfsburg midfielder Noah Awuku scored the opening goal for Holstien Kiel II as they beat Drochtersen/Assel 2-0.
Defender Steffan Nkansah came off the bench on the 66th minute mark to play for Eintracht Braunschweig in their 2-2 draw with Würzburger Kickers.
Bernard Kyere Mensah was in action for 90 minutes for Fortuna Koln when they won 2-1 at Sportfreunde Lotte on Friday.
Ghanaian Mike Owusu was unused by Sonnenhof Großaspach when they drew 0-0 with Hansa Rostock on Saturday.
Ghanaian defender Kevin Weidlich played for Energie Cottbus in their 3-0 win over Preußen Münster.
In the Regionalliga, former Ghana U17 striker Jonah Osabutey was brought on on the 71st minute Werder Bremen II when they drew 1-1 with VfB Oldenburg.
Elsewhere former Manchester City youth team midfielder Denzeil Boadu failed to make the Dortmund II squad when they lost 1-0 to SV Rödinghausen.
Danish-born Ghanaian Niklas Nartey scored twice for FC Koln II when they won 4-0 against hosts SV Straelen. Canadian passport holder of Ghanaian descent Gabriel Boakye didn’t make the Koln squad for the game.
Ghanaian defender Michael Akoto played for Mainz II when they lost 3-1 at SV Elversberg. He was booked during the course of the game.
Okyere Wriedt was in action for 90 minutes for Bayern Munich II when they slipped to a 2-0 loss to SpVgg Bayreuth.
Ghanaian starlet Fred MC Mensah Quarshie played and helped Werder Bremen U19 to a 6-0 win over Osnabruck U19.
Charles Hermann Jesaja Akonnor scored a 33rd minute opener for Wolfsburg U19 when they won 2-0 against FC Magdeburg U19. John Yeboah Zamora and Richmond Tachie were not in the Wolfsburg squad for the game.
There was game time for midfielder Jephtah Asare who came off the bench to play for Niendorfer TSV U19 in their 1-1 draw with Carl Zeiss Jena U19.
Jonathan Kyeremateng was introduced in the second-half by Paderborn U19 when they lost 2-1 to visiting Alemannia Aachen U19.
Defender Daniel Owusu came off the Hamburg U19 bench on the 70th minute to play in their 2-0 win over FC Union Berlin U19.
Daniel Kyerewaa was in action Fortuna Düsseldorf U19 when they lost 1-0 to Schalke 04 U19. Son of former Ghana international – Sebastian Barnes, Joselpho Barnes, didn’t make the Schalke squad for the game.
In the La Liga, Ghana-pursuit Inaki Williams Dannis lasted the opening 45 minutes for Athletic Bilbao who shared the spoils in a 1-1 drawn game with Espanyol on Friday.
Levante succumbed to a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of visiting Villarreal and Ghanaian forward Raphael Dwamena played a cameo by being introduced in the 92nd minute of the game.
Mohammed Karim Salisu was left out of the Real Valladolid squad for their 4-1 loss to 10-man Real Madrid on Sunday night.
Atletico de Madrid defeat Leganes 1-0 at the Wonda Metropolitano on Saturday. Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey played 90 minutes for the winners.
Eibar squeezed a point from Alaves after holding them to a 1-1 drawn game. Ghana midfielder Wakaso Mubarak was unused but Patrick Twumasi couldn’t make the matchday squad for the game.
Kevin-Prince Boateng once again was left out of thei Barcelona squad as he missed the matchday squad for their 3-1 win over Rayo Vallecano.
Iddris Baba Mohammed played in midfield for Real Mallorca and helped them to a 1-0 win over Real Oviedo.
Midfielder Isaac Cofie played for Sporting Gijon and helped them to a 1-0 win over Almeria.
Sulley Muntari debuted for Albacete by coming off the bench to play in their 1-0 loss to Gimnastic.
Ghana U23 skipper Yaw Yeboah came off the bench to help Numancia to manage a 1-1 draw with Tenerife.
CAF INTER-CLUB COMPETITION
Ex-Aduana Stars striker Derrick Sasraku came off the Club Africain bench on the 74th minute to play when they won 1-0 over Algerian side Constantine.
Ghanaian defender Richard Baffour played in central defence for Egyptian side El Ismaily when TP Mazembe held them to a 1-1 drawn game. Ghanaian offensive midfielder Prince Nana Kwasi Damang didn’t make the Mazembe squad for the game.
Ghanaian quartet of Hudu Yakubu, Godfred Asante, Sebe Baffour and Mandela Ocansey all started for Horoya Club de Guinea while Patrick Razak and Brefo Mensah came off the bench to play when they lost 2-0 against Tunisian side Esperance de Tunis.
Former Dwarfs striker Nicholas Gyan dropped to the Simba bench when Algerian side Saoura defeated them 2-0 on Saturday.
Samuel Tetteh came off the bench to play the last two minutes of normal time for LASK Linz in their 2-0 win over Wacker Innsbruck.
Seth Paintsil was a bench-warmer for Admira in their dramatic 3-2 win over St. Polten on Sunday afternoon.
Defender Gideon Mensah impressed against his mother club Red Bull Salzburg as he helped Sturm Graz to hold them to a 0-0 draw at their Red Bull Arena in Salzburg.
Attacker Felix Adjei was introduced off the bench to play for Wattens in their 1-1 draw with A. Klagenfurt in the Bundesliga II on Friday.
Forward Paul Mensah lasted 72 minutes for Kapfenberg who managed to hold hosts Ried to a 0-0 draw. Former WAFA defender Kennedy Boateng played at the back for the hosts.
Ghanaian winger Frank Acheampong was booked on the 22nd minute for misconduct according to flashscore.com while he played 90 minutes for Tianjin Teda in their 1-0 to Guangzhou Evergrande.
Ghana attacker Emmanuel Boateng was not in the Dalian Yifang team for their 3-3 draw with Guangzhou R&F.
Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Sabbi was in action for Hobro during their 2-1 defeat to Midtjylland on Friday in the top-flight league. His Ghanaian compatriot Yaw Ihle Amankwah missed the game due to a knee injury.
Godsway Donyoh started and assisted a goal for Nordsjaelland in their 2-2 drawn game with giants FC Copenhagen. Duo Kudus Mohammed and Abdul Mumin were bench-warmers.
Sonderjyske posted a 3-1 win over Esbjerg on Sunday. Ghanaian youngster Emmanuel Oti was sent off on the 80th minute mark while Danny Amankwaa saw 23 minutes of action for the winners.
In the Ligue 1, Stade de Reims claimed a point from Dijon after holding them to a 1-1 draw. Ghanaian defender Baba Rahman featured 90 minutes for Reims.
Former Ghana U20 attacker Ebenezer Assifuah played 69 minutes for Le Havre when they held Beziers to a 1-1 drawn game in the Ligue 2 on Friday.
Ghanaian striker Grejohn Kyei came off the bench to score the second goal for Lens as they beat Auxerre 2-0.
Former Right to Dream Academy boy Emmanuel Ntim didn’t play for Valenciennes in their 5-2 away win over Brest.
In the National League, 2005 Ghana U17 captain Charles Boateng played for Avranches and helped them to a 2-1 away win over Bourg Peronnas.
Ghanaian defender Nii Nortey Ashong played 90 minutes for Sliema and helped them to a 3-1 home win over Mosta in the Premier League.
Gabriel Mensah was not in the Pieta Hotspur squad for their 3-0 loss at Valletta.
Dutch-born Johnathan Opoku Agyemang scored the solitary goal for VVV Venlo and helped them to a 1-0 win over Excelsior Rotterdam.
Dauda Mohammed scored to rescue a point for Vitesse Arnhem who held Feyenoord to a 1-1 drawn game. He was replaced on the 62nd minute mark.
Myron Boadu lacked match fitness and missed AZ Alkmaar’s 0-0 stalemate at PEC Zwolle.
ADO Den Haag left out Ghanaian youngster Robin Polley from their matchday squad as they lost 3-2 against Heerenveen.
Cody Gakpo played 68 minutes for PSV Eindhoven and helped them to a 2-0 win over NAC Breda.
Lateral defender Leeroy Owusu played for Graafschap when Willem II beat them 3-2.
Rodney Antwi was introduced in the second-half by FC Volendam in their 1-0 home defeat to G.A. Eagles in the second-tier league.
Portugal youth midfielder of Ghanaian descent Asumah Ankra warmed the bench for Maastricht when they drew 1-1 with Almere City who had no Kevin Luckassen.
Felicia Lovette Ofori warmed the bench for VVSB who beat Excelsior Maassluis 3-0.
Dutch-born Ghanaian Samuel Brobbey played for Jong Almere City in their 2-0 loss to Jong Sparta Rotterdam.
Former Newcastle United forward Frank Wiafe-Danquah played 90 minutes for Lienden who beat Barendrecht 2-1.
Kumasi-born Said Ahmed Said came off the bench to play for Rio Ave when they held Chaves to a 1-1 drawn game. Rio Ave finished the game with ten men.
Portimonense claimed a massive 5-1 win over Nacional on Sunday. Former Liberty Professionals defender Emmanuel Hackmann didn’t make the winners’ squad for the game.
Sporting Braga beat Vitoria Guimaraes 1-0 on Saturday. Alhassan Wakaso was in action for the losers while youngsters Joseph Amoah and Henry Mendarius both missed the game with injuries.
Osei Barnes played 63 minutes for Ferreira who beat Benfica B 1-0. Ghanaian-Portuguese youngster Godfried Ayesu Owusu Frimpong played 90 minutes for Benfica B.
Striker Kwame Nsor came off the bench to play for Academica Viseu who lost 2-1 to visiting Academica de Coimbra.
Abdul-Aziz Yakubu started the game for Guimaraes B but failed to score in their 1-0 loss to Estoril.
Injured winger Thomas Agyepong watched Hibernian’s 1-1 draw with Rangers from the stands.
Leonard Sowah played for Hamilton Calidonian in their 3-0 loss at Motherwell on Saturday in the Premiership.
In the second-tier league Falkirk defeated Ayr 2-0. Abdul Osman played 90 minutes for the winners.
Edwin Gyasi was introduced to play the last 14 minutes for CSKA Sofia in their 3-1 away win over Etar on Saturday.
Defender Samuel Inkoom warmed the bench for Dunav Ruse when Lok. Plovdiv hammered them 4-1.
Istra 1961 suffered a 3-0 home defeat to Gorica on Saturday in the top-flight league. Yussuf Ramzyand Nasiru Moro didn’t travel with the Gorica team for the game. Obeng Regan also played for the losers.
Dinamo Zagreb won 3-1 against Rijeka. Ghanaian attacker Maxwell Boadu Acosty was replaced on the hour mark by the losers.
Former Atletico Madrid U19 midfielder Benjamin Akoto Asamoah played 83 minutes for Doxa in their 0-0 draw with Paphos.
Forward Benjamin Tetteh played 69 minutes for Sparta Prague when they demolished Viktoria Plzen 4-0.
Emmanuel Antwi was sent off on the 22nd minute mark after receiving a double booking while Pribram in their 2-0 loss to Mlada Boleslav.
Attacker Sharani Zuberu was in action for Sparta Prague U19 when they lost on penalties to FK Pardubice U19.
Relegation-trapped Haladas fought from behind to beat Ujpest 3-2 to record their second straight win. German-born Ghanaian midfielder Reagy Ofosu was booked in the 83rd minute and played the entire 90 minutes for the winners.
Ghanaian defender Abraham Akwasi Frimpong didn’t make the Ferencvaros squad for their 3-1 away win over MTK Budapest on Saturday.
East Bengal claimed a 2-1 win over Gokulam in the I-League on Saturday. Ghanaian defender Daniel Addo played for the losers.
Ghanaian striker Eugene Ansah played for Hapoel Ra’anana when they held Hapoel Haifa to a 2-2 drawn game on Saturday in the Premier League.
Ghanaian defender Emmanuel Boateng was in action for Hapoel Tel Aviv when they beat Beitar Jerusalem 1-0. Midfielder Anthony Annan was in the squad of the losers.
Winger Joseph Mensah assisted the consolation goal for Sepsi and was sent off while in action for them in their 3-1 loss at CFR Cluj.
Former Inter Milan defender Isaac Donkor warmed the bench for U Craiova 1948 CS who beat Astra 1-0.
Striker Richard Gadze was in action for Voluntari as they beat Poli Iasi 2-0 to improve their chances of surviving relegation from the top-flight.
Neither Richmond Boakye-Yiadom nor Rashid Sumaila was in the Red Star Belgrade team for their 4-0 win over Zemun on Saturday in the Superliga.
Din. Vjrane shared the spoils with Cukaricki in a 0-0 drawn game on Sunday. Samuel Owusu didn’t play for the away side as well as Zakaria Suraka.
Sp. Subotica won 3-2 against Radnik. Ghanaian forward Francis Kyeremeh played 90 minutes for the losers.
Osman Bukari didn’t play for Trencin but youngster Lamine Mohammed featured in their 4-2 loss to Michalovce.
Defender Benson Anang sat on the substitute bench for Zilina in their 2-0 away win over Podbrezova.
Patrick Asmah started the game and lasted 43 minutes for Senica who lost 2-1 to Slovan Bratislava. Defender Mitch Apau didn’t play for the winners while youngster Edmund Addo warmed the Senica bench.
Ghanaian defender Eric Boakye played for NK Olimpija Ljubljana in their 2-1 loss to Triglav.
Goalkeeper Richard Ofori was in action for 90 minutes for Maritzburg United for 1-0 away loss to Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday.
Edwin Gyimah did not make the Bidvest Wits matchday squad for their 2-0 loss at Amazulu.
Anas Mohammed scored the opener for Polokwane when they beat Golden Arrows 2-0. He was replaced on the 64th minute.
BK Hacken booked their place in the next stage of the Swedish Cup after beating GAIS 4-1 on Saturday. Nasiru Mohammed played the opening 45 minutes while former Hearts of Oak striker Kwame Kizito warmed the bench for Hacken.
Meanwhile AIK Solna secured their progress thanks to a 4-2 win from the penalty shoot-out. Enock Adu Kofi played for the winners.
Former Hearts of Oak striker Sadat Karim scored for Halmstad BK who were eliminated after losing on extra-time to AFC Eskilstuna. His Ghanaian compatriot Thomas Boakye also played for the losers.
Black Stars-bound Caleb Ekuban helped Trabzonspor to record a 2-1 win over Akhisarspor. Attacker Elvis Manu missed the game due to suspension.
Andre Ayew was not part of the Fenerbahce side that succumbed to a 2-1 loss to Istanbul on Saturday. Ghanaian defender Joseph Attamah was introduced on the 16th minute by the winners.
Isaac Sackey didn’t make the Alanyaspor squad for their 2-1 win over Erzurum BB.
Lumor Agbenyenu warmed the bench for Goztepe in their 0-0 drawn game with Kasimpasa on Sunday.
Rizespor posted a 3-0 win over Kayesirspor. Striker Asamoah Gyan came off the bench in the 64th minute to play for the losers. Midfielder Bernard Mensah missed the game with injury.
In the second-tier league, Kamal Issah ‘Sissoko’ played 67 minutes for Eskisehirspor who lost 4-0 against Hatayspor.
Striker Mahatma Otoo scored the only goal of the game for Balikesirpor in their 1-0 win over Adanaspor AS.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Charles Sapong scored his second goal in two games for Chicago Fire as he netted the equaliser in their 1-1 draw with Orlando City on Saturday night. Dutch-born Ghanaian defender Johan Kappelhof also played for the Fire.
American international of Ghanaian descent Gyasi Zardes scored twice for Columbus Crew to helped them to a 2-0 away win over New England Revolution. Ghana pair of Jonathan Mensah and Harrison Afful played 90 minutes for the winners.
FC Dallas won 2-0 against Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday and Ghanaian Emmanuel Boateng played 75 minutes for the losers. Francis Atuahene missed out of the Dallas squad due to injury.
Midfielder Ebenezer Ofori dropped to the New York City FC bench for their 0-0 draw with DC United captained by Wayne Rooney.
Sporting Kansas City beat Philadelphia Union 2-0. Ghanaian attacker David Accam was axed from the Union squad for the game.
Midfielder Oscar Umar played 90 minutes for St Louis FC when they beat Indy Eleven 2-1.
Owusu Ansah Kontor warmed the bench for Orange County SC when they drew 2-2 with Reno.
Jeff Addai was in action for Tulsa Roughnecks who drew 1-1 with Portland Timbers II.
Dennis Oduro and Kwadwo Poku were both in the Tampa Bay side that beat Memphis 1-0. Oduro started but Poku was unused.
Midfielder Anderson Asiedu played for Atlanta United II in their 2-0 win over Hartford.
Nana Attakora featured for Ottawa Fury in their 1-1 draw with Charleston.
Solomon Asante played for Phoenix Rising in their 3-3 draw with San Antonio. Ghanaian Ebenezer Ackon played 90 minutes for San Antonio.
Kwesi Donsu came off the bench to play for Colorado Springs when they beat LA Galaxy II 4-1. Former Ghana U20 defender Geoffrey Acheampong scored the consolation goal for the losers. Defender Ibrahim Yaro played for the winners.
Dennis Appiah impressed in lateral defence for Anderlecht in their 2-0 win over Kortrijk. Bennard Yao Kumordzi played the entire game in central defence for the losers while Ghana-pursuit Francis Amuzu was introduced on the 88th minute mark.
Antwerp succumbed to a 2-1 home loss to Sporting Charleroi. Daniel Opare Tawiah continued his bench-warming exercise at Antwerp but William Owusu Acheampong started the game and was replaced at half-time.
Club Brugge made rubbish of KAS Eupen after dismantling them 4-0. Ghanaian attacker Eric Ocansey played 90 minutes for the losers while Ghana youth goalkeeper Abdul Manaf Nurudeen warmed their bench.
Genk won 1-0 over Lokeren. Ghanaian central defender Joseph Aidoo impressed at the back for the winners while Joseph Painstil warmed their bench.
Nana Kwasi Asare and Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe both started the game for Gent who managed a 2-1 win over KV Oostende.
Elton Acolatse and Samuel Asamoah both started and finished the game for St Truiden in their 1-1 draw with 9-man Mouscron.
Winger Nana Opoku Ampomah was not in the Waasland-Bereven team for their 1-1 drawn game with Waregem.
Midfielder Mark Asigba warmed the bench for Lamia in their 1-1 drawn game with Giannina.
Ghanaian defender Michael Ofosu-Appiah warmed the bench for FK Liepaja when they lost 2-0 RFS.
Ghanaian midfielder Aziz Tetteh played Dinamo Moscow who lost 1-0 to Spartak Moscow.
Defender Kadri Mohammed was in action for Arsenal Tula in their 0-0 drawn game with FK Rostov on Sunday.
Ghana midfielder Majeed Ashimeru was in action for 90 minutes for St Gallen in their 3-0 loss at Luzern. His Ghanaian compatriot Mohammed Nuhu was unused by the losers.
Leaders Young Boys won 1-0 win over Grasshopper. Swiss-born Ghanaian Gregory Kwesi Wuthrich came off the bench to play the last 10 minutes for the winners.
Kwadwo Duah was not in the FC Servette team that dismantled Schaffhausen 6-1 in the second-tier league on Sunday.