Ghanaians abroad: Ayew brothers score, Boakye-Yiadom smiles and Waris weeps

The Ayew brothers, Majeed Waris, Richmond Boakye-Yiadom and Abdul Bashiru were the Ghanaian scorers over the weekend. Goal Ghana brings to you a round-up


Kevin-Prince Boateng lasted full duration at Westerdion as visiting Schalke drew 1-1 with Werder Bremen. Midfielder Charles Takyi returned to action and played the entire game as bottom side Energie Cottbus drew 0-0 at home with Dynamo Dresden.

Reinhold Yabo played 90 minutes for Karlsruhe who walloped 1860 Munich 3-0. Right-back Phil Ofosu Ayeh played full time for Duisberg who drew 0-0 with Stuttgart 3.


Chris Dickson came on in the 81st minute for Dagenham & Redbridge who were thrashed 2-0 by Wycombe Wanderers. Albert Adomah Dankwah was substituted in the final minute of injury time as Middlesbrough beat Derby County 1-0.

Jeffrey Schlupp played full throttle as Leicester City gain promotion to the EPL by beating Sheffield Wednesday 2-1.

Andre Ayew ended Marseille’s five-game winless run by netting a hat-trick in their 3-1 win over Ajaccio.

Jordan Ayew scored the first goal as Sochaux drew 2-2 away with Bastia. John Boye came on in the 80th minute as Rennes drew 2-2 away with Bordeaux.

Jonathan Mensah came on in the 78th minute as Evian TG drew 1-1 away with Lorient. Abdul Majeed Waris scored and missed an 87th minute penalty as Valenciennes lost 2-1 to Lyon.

Dennis Appiah played the entire game and helped Caen to a 1-0 home win over Lens.


Daniel Opare came on a minute after the break as leaders Standard Liege lost 0-2 away to Zulte-Waregem.

Jerry Vandam was sent off in the 90th minute for a second bookable offense as Mechelen went away to beat Cercle Brugge. Bernard Kumordzi and Denis Odoi played full time for their respective sides as Genk drew 1-1 with Lokeren.


Elvis Manu played full throttle for Cambuur who drew 1-1 with NEC. Christian Atsu played full time for Vitesse Arnhem who drew 1-1 with Ajax. Jeffrey Sarpong was a full-timer for Nac Breda who lost 2-0 to FC Twente.

Matthew Amoah came on in the 78 minute as Heracles lost 2-1 to Feyenoord.


Holding midfielder Prince Abankwah Buaben came on in the 53rd minute as Patrick Thistle lost 4-2 to Hearts. Johan Kappelhof played full throttle for Gronningen who beat PEC Zwolle 1-0.


Godsway Donyoh played 73 minutes for Falkenberg FF who beat Brommapojkarna 1-0. Daniel Amartey played 90 minutes for Djurgarden who beat Halmstad 3-0. King Osei Gyan was also on a full time action for the away side.

David Accam went full throttle and Ema Boateng also came in the second half as Helsingborg lost 2-0 to Norrkoping.


Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played 85 minutes for Udinese who lost 2-1 to Fiorentina.


Ernest Asante played 70 minutes for IK Start who beat Haugesund 3-1. Adam Kwarasey and Mohammed Abu played full time for Stromsgodset who drew goalless with Viking.


Richmond Boakye-Yiadom came on in the 73rd minute and scored the winner in the dying embers as Elche beat Getafe 1-0.


Abdul Bashiru scored on his debut for Ismaily who drew1-1 with Ittihad Shorta.