Performances of Ghanaian players abroad
9/19/2011 3:00:03 PM -
ENGLAND; Arsenal's miserable run in the Premiership continued on Saturday as they contributed two own goals to add to Yakubu Aiyegbeni's brace to loose 4-3 at Blackburn Rovers. Hard-tackling Emmanuel Frimpong did not make the trip to the Ewood Park.
Leicester City maintained their unbeaten run in the Npower Championship with a 1-0 triumph over Brighton at The King Power Stadium. Black Stars right-back John Pantsil replaced Lee Peltier after 72 minutes.
SCOTLAND; Striker Junior Agogo was introduced on the hour mark for bottom-placed Hibernian which forced out a 2-2 draw at Dunfermline Athletic.
ITALY; Sulley Muntari made his first appearance of the season for Inter Milan on Saturday night in a goalless draw with AS Roma. The 27-year-old replaced Diego Forlan after 79 minutes.
Ghana junior international Richmond Boakye-Yiadom played 73 minutes in Sassuolo's deserving 1-0 win at Ascoli. Compatriot Isaac Cofie warmed the bench for Sassuolo.
GREECE; David Addy impressed in left-back for Panaitolikos which recovered from last weekend's defeat to beat Kerkyra 3-2. Addy was booked on the half hour mark.
Dribbling wizard Quincy Owusu-Abeyie played full throttle for ten-man Panathinaikos which managed a 1-1 draw with Atromitos.
PORTUGAL; Midfielder Alhassan Wakaso replaced SÃ©rgio Organista on 69 minutes when Portimonense recorded a 2-3 loss to Belenenses.
SERBIA; Winger Quincy Osei sat on the bench for Hajduk which suffered a 2-0 loss at Partizan Belgrade. There were no Yaw Antwi and Akwesi Frimpong in the Vojvodina FK team that smoothly edged OFK Beograd 2-0.
Ghana defender Lee Addy lasted the entire match for Red Star Belgrade which thrush Borac 3-0 in an away fixture.
SPAIN; Villarreal are still without a win and are languishing in the relegation zone after they recorded a 1-0 loss at newcomers Granada FC. Youngster Richard Boateng was left out by Granada and Wakaso Mubarak was included in Villarreal's team.
Youngster Jeffery Sarpong continued to sit on the bench for Real Sociedad which suffered a 1-0 defeat at Sevilla.
TURKEY; Former Heart of Lions defender Jerry Akaminko was introduced in the 39th minute for Manisaspor which recorded a 1-0 loss at his former club Orduspor. In the Turkish second-tier, Dominic Adiyiah failed to find the net for Karsiyaka which drew 1-1 with Goztepe.
Former Berekum Chelsea striker Bismark Idan watched the entire game from the Goztepe bench.
UKRAINE; Derek Boateng was a full timer for FC Dnipro which beat Tavriya 2-1 in the Ukrainian Premier League. Compatriot Samuel Inkoom sat on the Dnipro bench. Daniel Addo was sent off with a quarter of an hour left for play for a second bookable in Zorya FC's pulsating 1-1 at Illichovets Mariupol.
NETHERLANDS; Vitesse Arnhem returned to winning ways with a heavy 5-0 win over Roda JC. Midfielder Anthony Annan was the fan-belt of the Vitesse team.
Former Ghana U-17 striker Kelvin Bossman was introduced in the 62nd minute and booked five minutes later when Almere City recorded a narrow 2-1 victory over his Helmond Sport.
Striker Kevin Tano was a second half sub for Dordrecht 90 which fought from a goal down to beat Cambuur L 2-1.
GERMANY; TSG Hoffenheim move within Uefa Champions League spot after a comprehensive 3-1 victory over ten-man Wolfsburg. Ghana defender Isaac Vorsah played at the heart of defence for Hoffenheim and was booked on the 78th minute.
Winger Mohammed Lartey played full time for Hansa Rostock which dropped into the relegation zone after losing 4-1 at Eintracht Frankfurt at the Commerzbank Arena.
FRANCE; Speedster Haminu Dramani lasted 80 minutes for mid-table Arles Avignon in their 2-0 home reverse to leaders Clermont Foot. Centre-half Dennis Appiah watched the entire match from the Monaco substitute bench as they drew 1-1 with an enterprising Bastia side.