Ghanaians in Europa wrap: Opare displays dazzling form in Standard's triumph
Youngster Isaac Sackey was the most impressive Ghanaian player in the Uefa Europa League play-offs as he lasted 82 minutes for Slovan Liberec who shocked Udinese 3-1 in Italy.
Ghana defender Daniel Opare was a delight to watch for Standard Liege as he played full throttle in their 2-0 win over Belarusian side Minsk in the Uefa Europa League on Thursday night.
The 22-year-old put up a commanding display as he unleashed his full versatility with defensive and attacking effects.
Liege scored twice in the second half to claim victory a comfortable win over their guests.
Elsewhere striker Sadat Bukari was an unused substitute by Astra Giurgiu as they Romanians suffered a 2-0 loss at Maccabi Haifa.
Winger Raymond Gyasi was not picked by AZ Alkmaar who won 3-1 at Atromitos.
Aragol Jamal was also not in the Atromitos team.
Dutch-born Elvis Manu came off the bench after 65 minutes to play for Feyenoord who fell 1-0 at Kuban Krasnodar while Ghanaian newboy Mohammed Rabiu who signed for the club this week watched the entire action from the stands.
Striker Abdul Majeed Waris warmed the bench for Spartak Moscow when they held St Gallen to a 1-1 draw in Switzerland.
As usual Samuel Inkoom did not travel with FC Dnipro when they Estonian side Kalju fc 3-1.
Defender Isaac Vorsah who is injured watched from the stands as his Red Bull Salzburg hammered Žalgiris 5-0.
Nordsjælland did not pick Ghanaian starlet Kamal Issah for their trip toElfsborg which ended 1-1.
Bennard Kumordzi was in scintillating form for KRC Genk who beat Icelandic side FH 2-0.
Ghanaian midfielder Isaac Sackey played 82 minutes for Czech Republicans Slovan Liberec who shocked Udinese beating them 3-1 in Italy.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu was unused by Udinese.