By Owusu Ansah Doe
Ghanaian players saw little action as their various clubs played in Thursday night's UEFA Europa League. The second most prestigious club competition in Europe featured a number of Ghanaian players and their clubs, yet they were denied playing time.
Agoronet takes a look at how the Ghanaian players fared on the night for their various clubs.
Memphis Depay, the Ghanaian born Dutch international, was on target on the 13th minute mark for PSV Eindhoven, as they travelled to defeat Ukrainian side FK Chornomorets Odesa by two unanswered goals. The starlet has been in good goal-scoring form all season.
Lee Addy was on bench as his side Dinamo Zagreb were whitewashed 3-0 in Bulgaria by Ludogorets Razgrad. Liege held Swedish side Elfsborg to a one-all drawn game away from home as Daniel Opare watched the entire match from the bench of the Belgian side.
Davidson Drobo-Ampem, the Ghanaian-born German international, was also on bench as his Danish side Esbjerg lost 1-2 to Salzburg from Serbia.
Genk defeated Thun by 2-goals-to-1, as Bernard Yao Kumordzi lasted the entire game for his Belgian side as they carried the day.
Elsewhere Wakaso Mubarak was an unused substitute as his Russian club, Rubin Karzan hammered Zulte-Waregem by 4 unanswered goals.
David Addy was not part of the matchday squad as Viktoria Guimaraes held Lyon in France to a one-all drawn game.
Rabiu Mohammed was sidelined due to injury as his Russian club, Kuban Krasnodor lost at home to Valencia by 0-2.
Samuel Inkoom was axed from Dnipro's squad and was not even on bench as they lost at home to Fiorentina by 1-2.