Performance of Ghanaian players abroad: Fameye bags hattrick in Russia, Semenyo and Paintsil scores and assists

Ghanaian players across the globe keeps making the headlines and we bring you yet another comprehensive report of how they fared in their various clubs in Europe.

Jordan Ayew & Jeffery Schlupp(Crystal Palace )

Ghanaian duo Jordan Ayew and Jeffery Schlupp were in action for Crystal Palace over the weekend as they came down from a goal to defeat Southampton by 2:1 at the St.Mary’s stadium.
Jordan Ayew played full throttle whiles Schlupp was substituted by Michael Olise in the 74th minute.

Daniel Amartey (Leicester city)
The Black stars centre back lasted the entire duration for for Leicester city in their 3-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)

Salisu lasted the entire duration for Southampton at the St.Mary’s Stadium as they fell to a 2:1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
The 23year old who have been linked to the Black Stars in recent times seems to be having a tough career at the later part of the season.
Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal)

Tariq Lamptey (Brighton)

England born Ghanaian defender Tariq Lamptey played a cameo appearance in Brighton’s huge 3:0 victory over Wolverhampton wanderers at the Molineux stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The former Chelsea academy product was introduced in the 87th minute for Solly March.

Antoine Semenyo(Bristol city)
The in-form Ghanaian attacker bagged his 8th goal of the season for Bristol City as they demolished Hull City by 5:0 at the Ashtown gate stadium.
Semenyo later provided two more assists for Nigel Pearson’s side.

Baba Rahman
Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko left back, Baba Abdul Rahman lasted the entire duration for Reading in the English championship on as they lost at home to West Bromwich Albion.
Andy Yiadom was not in action as he was missing from the matchday squad.


Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg)
Djiku had a hell of a day on Friday as his side faced league champions, Paris Saint German.
The Black stars centre back lasted the entire duration in Strasbourg’s 3-3 draw with star-dubbed PSG.
Compatriot Majeed Waris was not in the Strasbourg team.

Osman Bukari (Nantes)
Ghanaian speedster Osman Bukari came in for two-goal hero Moses Simon in their 2-0 victory over RC Lens in the French Ligue 1.


Dauda Mohammed  (Cartegena)
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko forward scored for Cartegena in the Spanish La Liga 2 as they lost 4:2 to Ponferradina.
Another young Ghanaian midfielder Richard Boateng scored Cartegena’s second goal.
Cartegena are 9th on the league table with 52points in 38matches.

Samuel Obeng ( Oviedo)
Black Meteors attacker Samuel Obeng registered his 7th league goal of the season for Real Oviedo in their 3:0 win over CD Mirandes on Saturday evening in the La Liga Smartbank in Spain.


Joseph Paintsil  (Genk)
Former Tema Youth forward Joseph Paintsil climbed off the bench to score and assist in Genk’s 4:2 victory over KV Mechelen in the Belgium top flight.
He was introduced in the 69th minute and registered his assist in the 80th minute before sealing the day with a goal in the added time.

Elisha Owusu (Gent)
The Black stars new boy played a cameo appearance for Gent in their 3:1 away victory over Sporting Charleroi.
Elisha was introduced in the 84th minute for Alessio Castro-Montes.

Christopher Antwi Adjei
Ghanaian forward Christopher Adjei was introduced in the 68th minute for Bochum in the German Bundesliga as they dramatically  defeated Borussia Dortmund in a 7goal thriller at the Signal Iduna park.

Daniel Kofi Kyere (St.Pauli)
Kofi Kyere was on the scoresheet for St.Pauli in the German Bundesliga 2 in their 1:1 draw with FC Nuremberg on Friday night.
Kofi Kyere has now contributed to 23goals this season for St. Pauli, scoring 12 and assisting 11 in 28 games.


Joel Fameye (Orenburg)
Ghanaian forward Joel Fameye scored a hattrick at the Stadion Tekstilshchik on Saturday for Orenburg in the Russian 2nd division.
The former Asokwa Deportivo goal poacher registered the first goal of the day in the 34th minute before adding the other two in the 62nd and 66th minute in their 5:2 victory over Tekstilchchik.


Kudus Mohammed
The young midfield maestro got back into Eric Ten Hag’s starting line-up on Saturday afternoon as they defeated PEC Zwolle by 3goals.
Kudus who have been missing in the starting lineup for a while magically saw his way back in but was substituted in the 57th minute for Steven Berghuis.


Emmanuel Gyasi(Spezia)
Ghanaian forward Emmanuel Gyasi played full action for Spezia in their dramatic 4:3 defeat to Lazio on Saturday at the Stadio Alberto Picco.
Spezia are not looking good on the table as they sit 16th with 33points in 35matches.

Caleb Ekuban (Genoa)
Caleb Ekuban was in action for Genoa in the Italian Seria A, losing to Sampadoria by a lone goal at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
The Black stars forward was replaced in the 56th minute by Albert Gudmundsson.

Alfred Duncan  (Florentina)
Duncan was in action for Florentina as they lost away to league leaders AC Milan on Sunday afternoon.
The Black stars midfielder was substituted by former Arsenal man Lucas Torreira in the 67th minute.

Felix Afena Gyan(AS Roma)
Felix was handed the starting berth by Jose Mourinho in their goalless draw with Bologna on Sunday.
The young black stars forward was replaced by English international Tammy Abraham in the 59th minute.


Patrick Twumasi(Maccabi Netanya)
The Black stars winger bagged a brace for Maccabi Netanya in their 3:0 victory over Hapoel Beer Sheva in the Israeli top flight on Sunday, taking his tally to 6goals in 11games.

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