Arsenal star Thomas Partey scored for the Gunners in their 3-2 fightback win over Bournemouth in the English Premier League. Meanwhile, Daniel Agyei and Rio Kyerematen also scored for their respective clubs.
Below is a comprehensive wrap of how Ghanaian players fared in England over the weekend.
Thomas Partey scored a 62nd-minute goal for Arsenal who fought from behind to beat Bournemouth 3-2 in the English Premier League. Antoine Semenyo played 64 minutes for Bournemouth.
10-man Crystal Palace succumbed to a 1-0 away loss at Aston Villa. Jordan Ayew lasted 75 minutes for Palace who are known as the Eagles however Jeffrey Schlupp was absent from the squad.
Tariq Lamptey limped off in the 16th minute as Brighton made a meal of West United after beating them 4-0 at the Amex Stadium.
Southampton claimed their 6th win of the season after edging Leicester City 1-0 at the St Mary’s Stadium. Defender Mohammed Salisu was dropped to the bench but attacker Kamaldeen Sulemana played 81 minutes for the Saints.
In the Championship, Andy Yiadom was in action for 90 minutes for Reading when they were battered 5-0 by Middlesbrough. Left-back Abdul Baba Rahman missed the game due to a leg injury. Yiadom captained the side.
Tariq Fosu played 89 minutes for Rotherham when they defeated QPR 3-1. Meanwhile, Albert Adomah played 65 minutes for the losers.
In the League One, Liverpool loanee Jarell Quansah played 90 minutes for Bristol Rovers when they drew 0-0 with Barnsley on Saturday.
Oxford United suffered a 1-0 away loss to Lincoln United. English-born Gatlin O’Donkor came off the bench to play the last 34 minutes for the losers.
Black Stars goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott watched from the bench as his Charlton Athletic side was beaten 2-0 at Plymouth. Meanwhile Crystal Palace loanee Jesuran Rak-Sakyi played 90 minutes for the Addicks who lost the game.
Dutch-born Derek Agyakwa warmed the bench for Port Vale when they beat MK Dons 1-0 on Saturday.
Kwame Poku played 68 minutes for Peterborough when they suffered a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wed.
In League Two, former Crystal Palace academy player Hiram Boateng came off the bench to play inside the 62nd minute for Mansfield when they won 3-1 at AFC Wimbledon.
Former Arsenal youth team goalkeeper Corey Addai manned the posts for Crawley who suffered a 1-0 defeat at Northampton.
Former Chelsea Academy captain Richard Nartey was in full-time action for Salford when they dismissed Newport 3-1 at the Peninsula Stadium.
Former Burnley youngster Daniel Agyei scored the opening goal of the game for Crewe Alexandria who drew 1-1 with Sutton.
In the 5th-tier league, Dutch-born Manny Duku came off the bench to play for York City in their 2-1 loss at Dag & Red.
Defender Jacob Mensah watched the entire game from the bench as Aldershot drew 1-1 with his Torquay.
Former Stoke City U21 attacker James Alabi came off the bench to play 19 minutes for Maidstone when they lost 2-0 to Solihull Moors.
Emile Acquah and Zico Asare were both in the starting XI for Maidenhead who drew 2-2 Wrexham.
In the U18 Premier League, Jayden Quashie and Samuel Amissah played for Fulham who dismissed Southampton 5-2.
Leicester City defeated Brighton 2-0 on Saturday. Goalkeeper Dillon Addai was in the post for Leicester while Bobby Amartey also played 90 minutes for the Foxes. Yussif Owusu played 90 minutes and was booked for Brighton.
Rio Kyerematen scored and assisted a goal for Tottenham when they beat Crystal Palace 4-2. Caleb Kporha scored one of the consolation goals for Palace.
Arsenal posted a 4-1 win over West Bromwich Albion. Tino Quamina played for Arsenal.
Cameron Ashia played 78 minutes for Derby County when they won 4-1 over Newcastle Utd U18.