Ghanaians abroad: Albert Adomah, Asamoah Gyan on target as Ayews’ Olympique Marseille lost follows the exploits of Ghanaians playing their football outside of the country, in the top European leagues and beyond


In the championship, Albert Adomahwas on target as his Bristol City team lost to Leeds United by a 3-2 scoreline. The striker leveled the scores for his side in the 70th minute when they were a goal down, but The Peacocks rallied to open up a two-goal lead which proved unassailable.

Jordan Ayew was on target as Olympique Marseille slumped to their first league defeat of the season to Valenciennes, who dished out a humbling 4-1 scoreline. The youngster had come into the match in the 64th minute as a replacement for his brother Andre Ayew.


Kwadwo Asamoah came off the bench to play his part in Juventus’ 4-1 win over Roma while Kevin-Prince Boateng also started in AC Milan’s 1-1 draw with Parma.

Richmond Boakye-Yiadom also opened his account for Sassuolo in their 1-0 win over Ascoli with compatriot Yussif Raman Chibsah lasting the whole game for Sassuolo.


David Accam scored for Helsingborg IF in their 2-2 draw with Abdul Majeed Warris’s BK Hacken. Accam’s goal drew Helsingborg level before Warris assisted Hacken’s second which was cancelled out later on. Fellow Ghanaian Joseph Baffo, who is the captain of Helsingborg was also present, with Nasiru Mohammed joining the fray in the second half for Hacken.


Al Ain striker Asamoah Gyan scored another brace, this time to help his team to a 4-1 win over Ajman.


Ghana defender Harrison Afful and striker Emmanuel Clottey will end the season in Tunisia with medals after their side Esperance Sportive de Tunis clinched the league title. The two-time African champions have a five-point gap which automatically makes them champions. Esperance beat Club Africain 3-2 last Wednesday to maintain the five-point advantage with Afful lasting 59 minutes in the game.

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