Ghanaians abroad: Nasiru on target, Bonsu, Amartey in splendid form

Goal brings you the performance of Ghanaian players in the Swedish top flight and the South African PSL

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Mohammed Nasiru was on target and played the full throttle as BK Hacken walloped Halmstad 3-0.

Halmstad had Ghana’s Joseph Baffo and King Osei Gyan in their fold as they tasted defeat at the Rambergsvallen Stadium on Wednesday. Mostapha Kabir and Simon Gustafsson struck twice before Nasiru scored his season’s debut goal nine minutes from full time.

In other games, Kwame ‘Conte’ Bonsu saw full action as Mjallby shared the spoils with IFK Norrkoping in a one all game far away from home at the Idrottsparken Stadium. James Frimpong was an unused substitute for Norrkoping.

Samuel Mensah was booked in the 73rd minute and played the full throttle as Orebro succumbed to a 2-1 defeat against Malmo FF in their second defeat in a row at the Behrn-Arena. Liverpool target Daniel Amartey lasted the full game and was booked in the 53rd minute but countryman Yussif Chibsah came on for Andreas Johansson in the 74th minute when Djurgaden lost 3-2 at their Stockholms Olympiastadion to AIK.

Meanwhile, in the South African Premiership, goalkeeper Daniel Agyei and midfielder Adam Abdul-Basit were unused substitutes when Free State Stars pipped Pretoria University 1-0 at the Charles Mopeli Stadium.

Defender Rashid Sumaila came on in the 86th minute for Anthony Laffor as Mamelodi Sundowns beat Mpumalanga Black Aces 1-0 at Loftus Stadium. Midfielder John Arwuah was booked in the 45th minute and played the entire duration as Bloemfontein Celtic drew 1-1 away against Golden Arrows.