Ghanaians abroad: Muntari in, Essien out, Waris goes blank, Asamoah & Afful score

Kwadwo Asamoah, Harrison Afful and Tony Baffoe’s nephew Reinhold Yabo were the key Ghanaians on target over the weekend. Goal brings you a wrap of Ghanaian players abroad


Emmanuel Frimpong returned from serving his red card ban to play the entirety of Barnsley's 2-2 away draw with Doncaster Rovers at Keepmoat Stadium. Albert Adomah played the entire game as Middlesbrough lost 0-1 away at Watford at Vicarage Road.
Abdul Osman played 77 minutes as Crewe Alexandra lost 1-3 to leaders Brentford at home at the Alexandra Stadium. Kwesi Appiah came on in the 59th minute as Notts County lost 0-2 away at Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux Stadium. Patrick Agyemang came on in the 59th minute as Portsmouth beat AFC Wimbledon 1-0 at Fratton Park.


Jordan Ayew played 62 minutes as Sochaux beat Guingamp 1-0 at Stade August Bonal. Abdul Majeed Waris played 80 minutes as Valenciennes were beaten 3-0 away at PSG. Andre Ayew tasted full game as Marseille drew 1-1 away at Saint-Étienne.


Shadrach Eghan played 65 minutes as FC Twente beat Christian Atsu's (90 minutes) Vitesse Arnhem 2-0 at home. Kwame Quansah watched the entire game from the bench as his side Heracles Almelo lose 2-1 to PSV.

Elvis Manu played full time for Cambuur who thrashed PEC Zwolle 3-1. Fred Benson was not in the Zwolle squad. Jeff Sarpong played 86 minutes for NAC Breda who drew 1-1 with Feyernoord.

In the Eerste Division, Erixon Danso also featured 90 minutes for leaders Dordrecht who drew 1-1 with Jong Ajax. Kenny Tete also played full throttle for the visitors. Patrick Amoah was introduced in the 68th minute as Fortuna Sittard drew goalless with Achilles.


In the Pro League, Bennard Yao Kumordzi played the entire game as Genk recorded a 1-0 away win over Lierse. Nana Akwasi Asare played 90 minutes for Gent who drew 1-1 with Lokren. Youngster Eugene Ansah was on the Lokren bench.


Lee Addy played the entire game as leaders Dinamo Zagreb came back to beat NK Split 2-1 at home.


Moustapha Quaynor played the entire game as Alki lost 1-2 at home to APOEL Nicosia.


Kevin-Prince Boateng saw full action as Schalke went away to beat Leverkusen 2-1 at the Bay Arena. Anthony Annan appeared on the Schalke bench for the first time this season. In-form left back Abdul Baba Rahman lasted the entire game for Greuther Furth who drew 1-1 with Karlsruher. Tony Baffoe’s nephew Reinhold Yabo also played 90 minutes and scored.

Phil Ofosu-Ayeh played the entire game as MSV Duisburg beat Rot Weiss Erfurt 3-2 at home.


Samuel Inkoom (72 minutes) and Aziz Tetteh (90 minutes) both played in Platanias' 2-4 away loss to Olympiakos Piraeus. Arago Jamal was not in the Atromitos team in their 1-0 loss to Levdiakos.


Kwadwo Asamoah netted a screamer in the 17th minute and lasted full time as leaders Juventus bat Chievo Verona 3-1. Sulley Muntari came on in the 63rd minute as Milan beat Bologna by a lone goal. Michael Essien was an unused substitute.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played full time and assisted Dusan Basta's goal as Udinese drew 3-3 with Genoa. Isaac Cofie was on the Genoa bench. Afriyie Acquah played 68 minutes for Parma who thrashed Atalanta 4-0 away.

Raman Chibsah was introduced in the 68th minute as bottom-placed Sassuolo lost 2-0 to Napoli. Alfred Duncan played 71 minutes for Livorno who beat Cagliari 2-1. Masahudu Alhassan played the entire game as Latina beat Cittadella 1-0 at home.

Maxwell Boadu-Acosty played 67 minutes for Carpri who drew 1-1 with Empoli. Amidu Salifu played 90 minutes for Modena who beat Bari 4-0.


Fatau Dauda finally made his full competitive debut for Orlando Pirates, and conceded a goal as his side lost 0-1 away at Bay United (Polokwane City). John Arwuah played 82 minutes as AmaZulu lost 0-1 at home to Wits University (Bidvest Wits).


Richmond Boakye-Yiadom came on in the 84th minute as Elche played a 0-0 home draw with Osasuna


Ebenezer Assifuah-Inkoom played 51 minutes, Ishmael Yartey came on in the 74th minute as FC Sion lost 0-1 away to leaders Basel.


Harrison Afful scored the first goal as leaders Esperance de Tunis went away to beat Stade Tunisien 2-0.