Ghana Sports Online covers the performance of over 35 players in England as football action returned in the European powerhouse during the weekend.
Heading the top-performers for the weekend was Jordan Ayew who netted a brace for Crystal Palace while former Burnley forward Daniel Agyei also scored 2 goals from the spot.
Meanwhile, Hiram Boateng and Tarique Fosu were also on target for their clubs.
Ghana goalkeeper Joojo Wollacott was left on the bench once more while ex-Arsenal keeper Corey Addai also sat on the bench.
Below is a coverage on the performance of Ghanaian players in England from the weekend.
Ghana captain Andre Ayew was introduced on the 78th minute mark as a replacement for Brazilian Danilo when Nottingham Forest suffered a 2-0 loss at Aston Villa.
Jordan Ayew registered a brace for Crystal Palace as they fought from behind to beat Leeds United 5-1 at the Elland Road. He was replaced on the 80th minute together with Jeffrey Schlupp who also started the game for the Eagles.
Thomas Partey lasted 90 minutes for Arsenal in their 2-2 drawn game with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Bournemouth prevailed over Leicester City after being them 1-0 at the King Power Stadium. Ghana defender Daniel Amartey played 90 minutes for the Foxes while attacker Antoine Semenyo came off the bench to cameo in the game for the winners.
Tariq Lamptey watched Brighton’s 2-1 loss at Tottenham Hotspur from the screens due to a knee injury.
Manchester City hit four past Southampton at the St Mary’s Park. While Mohammed Salisu watched the action from the bench due to injury Kamaldeen Sulemana started the game and lasted until the 69th minute when he was replaced by Sekou Mara.
In the Championship, Albert Adomah came off the bench on the 67th minute to replace Ethan Laird when QPR suffered a 2-0 home loss to Preston North End.
Reading and Birmingham City shared the spoils in a 1-1 drawn game at the Select Car Leasing Stadium. Andy Yiadom captained the Royals while youngster Kelvin Abrefa replaced Amadou Mbengue on the 94th minute. Meanwhile Baba Rahman missed the game with injury.
Elsewhere, attacker Tarique Fosu cemented the win for Rotherham as they posted a 3-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion. Brandon Thomas-Asante lasted 74 minutes for the losers.
In League One, Kwame Poku played 79 minutes for Peterborough who thrashed Shrewsbury 3-0 at their own backyard.
18-year-old forward Gatlin O’Donkor came off the bench on the 46th minute mark to place for Oxford United in their 1-1 drawn game with Sheffield Wednesday.
Brendan Wiredu was a full timer for Fleetwood in their 2-1 away loss to Cambridge United.
Former Borussian Dortmund youth team goalkeeper Jordan Amissah warmed the bench for Burton in their 2-1 win over Barnsley.
Goalkeeper Joojo Wollacott continued his bench warming expedition at Charlton Athletic as he was left on the bench once more in their 1-0 loss at Bristol Rovers on Saturday. Crystal Palace loanee Jesuran Rak-Sakyi played 90 minutes for the Addicks.
Former Crystal Palace academy player Hiram Boateng came off the bench to score for Mansfield Town in their 4-2 win over Swindon Town in League Two.
Daniel Agyei scored a brace and assisted the third goal for Crewe Alexandra in their 3-0 home win over Barrow.
Former Arsenal Academy goalkeeper Corey Addai manned the posts for Crawley Town in their 0-0 drawn game with Bradford City.
In the National League, defender Kevin Berkoe played 90 minutes for Maidstone when they lost 2-0 to Southend.
Zico Asare and Emile Acquah started the game for Maidenhead in their 1-1 drawn game with Solihull Moors. Kobby Arthur was left out of the Maidenhead squad for the game.
Immanuelson Kwadwo Opoku Duku came off the bench on the 64th minute to replace Lenell John-Lewis as his York City side won 3-1 at Chesterfield.
In the Premier League 2, Fulham U21 beat Arsenal U21 2-1 at the Motspur Park in London. Terry Ablade played 84 minutes for Fulham while Charles Sagoe Jr. lasted the full 90 minutes for Arsenal.
Brighton U21 posted a 3-2 win over Manchester City U21 and English-born Ghanaian midfielder Tyrell Agyemang came off the City bench on the 46th minute to feature for the losers.
In the U18 Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur U18 held Brighton U18 to a 2-2 drawn game. Yussif Owusu lasted 65 minutes for Brighton while Ryan Kyerematen played the full 90 minutes for Spurs.
In the FA Youth Cup, Samuel Amo-Ameyaw played 90 minutes for Southampton U18 when they suffered a 6-1 loss to West Ham United U18.
Former Leicester City youth team player Johnson Gyamfi warmed the bench for Peterborough Sports in their 1-2 home loss to Alfreton.