Ghana's No. 1

Performance of Ghanaian players abroad: Samuel Tetteh bags fourth goal of the season against Wolfsburger

Published on: 08 December 2019
Performance of Ghanaian players abroad: Samuel Tetteh bags fourth goal of the season against Wolfsburger
Samuel Tetteh

Ghana’s leading football website GHANAsoccernet.com will bring to you how Ghanaian players abroad performed in their respective leagues across the globe every week

European football specialist Herbert Boakye Yiadom brings to you a comprehensive report on how Ghanaian players performed on Friday and Saturday in their respective leagues.

Samuel Tetteh scored his fourth goal of the season for Lask Linz in their 3-1 win over Wolfsburger on Saturday.

Herbert Boakye Yiadom gives you a lowdown on how the players fared in abroad...

 

ENGLAND

In the Premier League, Jeffrey Schlupp and Jordan Ayew featured for Crystal Palace as they drew against Watford

In the Championship, Andy Yiadom played the full throttle for Reading as they lost to Birmingham 3-2

Albert Adomah played 11 minutes for Nottingham Forest as they drew against Millwall

 

SPAIN

Thomas Partey played 58 minutes as Atletico drew against Villareal

Baba Iddrisu played 70 minutes for Mallorca in their5-2 defeat to Barcelona

Baba Rahman and Lumor missed the game due to injury

Mubarak Wakaso was sent off in Alaves game against Granada which ended in a defeat

 

France

In the Ligue 1, John Boye lasted the entire duration for FC Metz in their 4-1 defeat to Nice

 

ITALY

In the Serie A, Kwadwo Asamoah played 19 minutes for Inter Milan as they drew against AS Roma

Nicholas Opoku warmed the bench for Udinese as they held Napoli to a draw

 

In the Serie B, Emmaunel Gyasi played 38 minutes for Spezia in their 2-0 win over Livorno

Moses Odjer was not included in Salernitana squad against Cittadella over the weekend

Bright Gyamfi warmed the bench for Benevento in their 5-0 win over Trapani.

Abdallah Basit was not included in the match day squad

 

GERMANY

Nuhu Kasim played the entire duration for Dusseldorf in their 5-0 defeat to Dortmund.  Bernard Tekpetey and Opoku Ampomah was unused substitute in the game.

In the Bundesliga II, David Atanga saw 14 minutes of action for Holstein Kiel against Osnarbruck.

 

 

AUSTRIA

Samuel Tetteh scored for Lask Linz in their 3-1 win over Wolfsburger

Majeed Ashimeru came off the bench to play 32 minutes Salzburg in their 5-1 win over Tirol.

Flex Adjei played 90 minutes for Tirol

 

 

BELGIUM

Daniel Opare missed Antwerp’s game against Waasland-Beveren which ended 4-0.

Thomas Agyepong was not included in the match day squad.

Godfred Donsah played 90 minutes for Cercle Brugge in their 2-1 win over Genk.

Joseph Paintsil came off the bench to play 24 minutes for Genk

Nana Asare was on the bench for Gent as they won by 2-0 against Waregem.

Gideon Mensah played the entire duration for Waregem

Eric Ocansey featured in the game for Kortrijk as they drew against Mechelen

Jonathan Osabutey lasted 78 minutes for Mouscron as they lost to Club Brugge by 1-0.

Samuel Asamoah made a brief appearance for St. Truiden in their 2-1 defeat to Club Brugge

In the Proximus League, Kamal Sowah played 71 minutes for Leuven as they lost 3-2 against Lommel

Ahmed Said missed Lokeren’s game against Roeselare

 

PORTUGAL

Lawrence Ofori was unused substitute in the game for Famalicao against Tondela

 

 

SLOVAKIA

Osman Bukari played the entire duration for Trencin in their 1-1 draw against Nitra

Mohammed Lamine was not included in the match day squad for Trencin

Emmanuel Mensah missed Michalovce game against Trnava

Ernest Boateng played 90 minutes for Dun Streda as they lost 2-0 to Sl0van Brastislava

 

 

TURKEY

Afriyie Acquah played 72 minutes for Yeni Malatyaspor in their 3-1 loss to Sivasspor

Isaac Cofie was unused substitute in the game for Sivasspor

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
Learn more