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Ghanaian Players Abroad - 30 September: Warden starts season with a bang, Oduro on target




By George-Patrick Bediaku


Agoronet.com again brings you a comprehensive round-up of the activities of Ghanaians around the globe on Monday. Eric Warden in Greece and Dominic Oduro in the US were the two players that scored. Eric also got sent off.



In the Super League, Aziz Tetteh played the entire game as Platanias drew 1-1 at home with Panthrakikos.

In the first game of the Football League season, Eric Wuadom Warden scored Fokikos’ first goal in the 43rd minute, and provided the assist for their second. Butthey gave up a two-nil lead to draw 2-2 at home with Kallithea. He was given his marching orders as well. 



In the Liga 1, Sulley Sariki Muniru played the entire game as CFR Cluj lost 2-3 away at Petrolul Ploieşti.



In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Ibrahim Moro played the entire game for AIK who recorded a 2-1 home win against Öster. Robin Quaison, a 19-year old Swedish footballer of Ghanaian descent, scored the winner. Ebenezer Ofori was an unused sub.

Mohammed Abubakari played the entire game for Åtvidaberg who were beaten 3-0 at home by Norrköping. He was shown a yellow card in the 47th minute. Emmanuel Dogbe was sub’d into the game in the 84th minute.

In the Superettan, Samuel Mensah and Thomas Boakye both played 90 minutes, Isaac Telly Shaze replaced Seon-Min Moon in the 74th minute as Östersunds FK drew 1-1 with Örebro.



In the Premier League, Dominic Adiyiah helped Arsenal Kyiv to come back from a goal down to beat Sevastopol 3-1 at home. He was subbed out in the 88th minute after he was shown a yellow card in the 85th minute.


United States

In the MLS, Dominic Oduro scored Columbus Crew’s third goal in their 4-2 away win against Dallas FC. He was replaced by Ethan Finlay in the 56th minute.


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