Ghanaian Players Abroad – WEEKDAY WRAP – 1-3 December, 2014: Jordan Ayew, Boakye Yiadom and Mohammed Anas grab headlines
By Ing. George-Patrick Bediaku (Follow on Twitter @gpbediaku)
Another week of action which saw Ghanaians see some playtime. Jordan Ayew converted another penalty, while Richmond Boakye Yiadom and Mohammed Anas both grabbed braces.
Here’s your comprehensive round-up. Enjoy!
Monday, December 1
Alfred Duncan came on in the 46th minute as Sampdoria drew 1-1 at home with Napoli.
Thomas Teye Partey played the entire game as Almería lost 0-1 at home to Rayo Vallecano.
Tuesday, December 2
Jeffery Schlupp played the entire game as 10-man bottom Leicester City lost 1-3 at home to Liverpool. He was shown a yellow card in the 75th minute.
Jordan Ayew scored another penalty to equalise and earn his side a draw as Lorient drew 1-1 at home with leaders Olympique Marseille. This is Jordan's second penalty in as many games (in the space of four days).
Raman Chibsah played the entire game as Sassuolo beat SerieB side Pescara 1-0 in the Coppa Italia.
Sulley Muniru played the entire game as CFR Cluj came back from three goals down to beat Mioveni 4-3 away in the Cupa României.
Emmanuel Frimpong played the entire game and gave an assist for the winner as Ufa went away to beat bottom Arsenal Tula. He was shown a yellow card in the 54th minute.
John Paintsil and Mohammed Awal both played the entire game, Mike Mohammed Anas played 60 minutes but not before he scored twice as Maritzburg United went away to beat Orlando Pirates 2-1.
Wednesday, December 3
Richmond Boakye Yiadom played the entire game and scored both goals as Atalanta hosted and beat Avellino 2-0 in the Coppa Italia.
Frank Acheampong played the first 45 minutes as Anderlecht hosted and beat Racing Mechelen 4-1 in the Belgium Cup.
Nana Kwesi Asare played the entire game as Gent went away to beat Lommel United 1-0 in the Belgium Cup.
Edwin Gyimah played the entire game as Mpumalanga Black Aces drew 2-2 away with Chippa United. He was yellow-carded in the 67th minute.