16 Ghanaian players were involved in action from France’s top-flight league to the third-tier division during the weekend with Nicholas Opoku impressing for Amiens while Abdul Samed Salis was impressive once more as Lens continued their push to qualify for Europe.
Elsewhere, defender Edwin Quarshie hit the back of the net for Le Mans in their third-tier league while France-born Godson Kyeremeh was also in action.
Below is a comprehensive coverage of the performance of the players in the various league.
Dutch international of Ghanaian descent Myron Boadu warmed the AS Monaco bench when they drew 2-2 with Nantes in the Ligue 1.
Ghanaian duo Gideon Mensah and Elisha Owusu were both injured and missed Auxerre’s 3-0 away victory over AC Ajaccio at the Stade François Coty on Sunday.
Clermont Foot posted a 2-0 away win over Troyes at their Stade de l’Aube with Ghana defender Alidu Seidu playing 88 minutes after returning from injury.
Olympique Lyonnais hammered Stade Rennes 3-1 at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais. Belgian international of Ghanaian descent Jeremie Doku came off the bench on the 70th minute to play for the losers.
Lens maintained their momentum for UEFA Champions League qualification as they recorded a 2-1 over Strasbourg on Saturday. Ghana midfielder Abdul Samed Salis played the entire 90 minutes of the game for Lens while defender Alexander Djiku captained Strasbourg in the game.
In Ligue 2, Godson Kyeremeh and Emmanuel Ntim were both in action for Caen when Quevilly Rouen defeated them 2-1 on Saturday.
Pau FC were held to a 1-1 drawn game by Metz and Ghanaian duo of Arthur Atta and Koffi Kouao were in the starting XI of Metz.
France-born defender Dennis Appiah was in full time action for St Etienne who secured a 4-2 win at FC Paris.
Nicholas Opoku was rated 7.8/10 as he played the full 90 minutes for Amiens in their 1-0 triumph over Nimes.
Elsewhere in the third-tier league, Ghanaian Isaac Hermans Arday was in full time action for Bastia-Borgo when they lost 2-0 at Villefranche.
Former Ligue 1 campaigners Le Mans handed down a 4-2 defeat to Le Puy-en-Velay and Ghanaian defender Edwin Quarshie cemented the victory with the 4th goal for Le Mans.
Former Ghana U17 skipper Charles Boateng was an unused substitute by Avranches in their 1-2 home reverse against Orleans.