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.
Black Stars midfielder Rabiu Mohammed 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.
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