JOETEX WAS ON TARGET Four Ghanaian players were on target for respective clubs abroad over the weekend.Ghanasoccernet brings you more.
Ernest Papa Arko scored in El Geish's 2-2 draw with Al Ahly in the Egyptian League.
Midfielder Derek Owusu Boateng made a historical appearance for Bundesliga side FC Cologne over the weekend, the former Beitar Jerusalem midfield genius subbed Fabrice Ehret on the 75th minute in their one all draw with Wolfsburg.
Elsewhere masked man Isaac Vorsah was a second half substitute for TSG Hoffenheim who regained top spot after brushing aside Energie Cottbus 2-0.
Kelvin-Prince Boateng had a better reunion with the Bundesliga after featuring ninety minutes for German giants Brussia Dortmund.
Martin Jol replaced midfielder Bastian Reinhardt on the 64th minute with Ghanaian-born German international Jerome Boateng in their Friday's 0-1 loss to champions Bayern Munich.
Former Asante Kotoko hit-man Isaac Boakye was in full time action for Nurnberg who bagged a valuable point from their clash with Augsburg.
Charles Tarkyi scored the sixth goal for Greuther Furth in the German Bundesliga II. Greuther Furth demolished Ingolstadt by 6 goals to one.
Prince Buaben Abankwa maintained his position in the Dundee United set-up that suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Scottish giant Rangers.
Injured Laryea Kingston was made to start from the bench in their 0-2 away loss to relegation threatened Hamilton Accies.
Laryea played 34 minutes but could not help his team to escape defeat.
There was no action for terror kid Danny Welbeck in United's clean sheet victory over Merseyside club Everton due to injury.
Black Stars goalkeeper Richard Kingston could not make it to the Wigan squad that stole a point from the Villa Park.
Mustapha Riga stayed on the bench for Bolton Wanderes who emerged comprehensive winners over hungry Tottenham Hotspur at the Reebok Stadium to push themselves further away from the relegation zone.
A brace from substitute Erik Nevland and an Andy Johnson first half strike completed a resounding triumph for Gary Megson's Fulham over troubled Portsmouth at the Craven Cottage.
Right-back John Paintsil starred in defence for the entire duration for the enterprising fulham side.
In the coca-cola championship, both Lloyd Sam and striker Chris Dickson started for bottom club Charlton Athletic whose woes were deepened at Burnley.
Lloyd Sam lasted 85 minutes whiles want-away Dickson played 70 minutes.
Roda JC eclipsed Kwame Quansah's Heracles Almelo 3-1.
Defender Eric Addo made no mistake to head home a close ranger header to give the relegation threatened side the lead.
Addo, Quansah and Emmanuel Boakye played 90 minutes for their clubs.
Mathew Amoah was once again sidelined by injury as his club drew 1-1 at home with Volendam.
Defender Francis Dickoh sat on the bench for the full 90 minutes for FC Utrecht who picked a point from FC Twente.
Yountser Jeffery Sarpong came on as a sub on the 72nd minute for Ajax who were shocked at home by Heerenveen.
Samuel Yeboah failed to conjure a magic for Hapoel Tel Aviv who disgracefully lost to Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv by three goals to nil.
Former Hearts of Oak defender Stephen Offei saw 90 minutes of action for Hapoel Petah Tikva who succumbed to a 2-1 away defeat to Maccabi Petah Tikva.
Abdul Samad Okocha got all three points for Bnei Sachnin. His 22nd minute strike made them winners over Hapoel Kiryat Shmona.
Striker Asamoah Gyan played only 8 minutes for Stade Rennes who drew at home with Toulouse.
Moussa Narry starred in Auxerre's scoreless stalemate with Andre Ayew's Lorient.
Striker Kwadwo Asamoah featured in Udinese's dramatic 2-2 game at Napoli.
The former Liberty Professionals forward maintained his position through out the game.
Ahmed Barusso was given a place on the Siena bench on Sunday as they lost to Lecce at home.
Fulham youngster King Osei Gyan was introduced on the 58th minute for Germinal Beerschot who scrapped all three points from the match with Westerlo.
Bernard Yao Kumordzi helped Panionios to earn a smooth 3-0 win over Panthrakikos in Greece.
Joetex Frimpong grabbed a brace for Lucerne in their 4-2 win over Schaffhausen in the Swiss League.
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