Ghanaian Players Abroad: Kwarasey makes debut; Amartey and Gyan score

Daniel Amartey was on the score sheet in the Denmark league as his FC Koebenhavn side won their home game agianstBroendby IF.

The Ghanaian opened the scoring for the hosts sending Koebenhavn into a 1-0 first half lead.

Jose Ariel Nunez leveled for away side Broendby IF but Nicolai Joergensen and Thomas Delaney added for FC Koebenhavn to record a 3-1 home victory.

Daniel Amartey was substituted in the 83 minute of the game.

Adam Larsen Kwarasey made his debut for Major League Soccer club Portland Timbers on Sunday.

The Ghanaian goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in his first game for the MLS club as Portland Timbers played out a goalless draw at home against Real Salt Lake.

Richmond Boakye Yiadom played the first half of Atalanta’s away game against Parma in the Italian Serie A before the Ghanaian was replaced by Marco D’Alessandro for the second half.

Atalanta played a goalless draw with hosts Parma.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu made a substitute appearance for Udinese in their home game against Torino on Sunday.

The Ghanaian replaced Giampiero Pinzi in the 76 minute of the game when his Udinese side were leading by three goals to two.

Udinese went on to be eventual winners of the game with the same 3-2 score line.

Jordan Ayew and his Lorient side were handed a crutial defeat in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday against Saint Etienne.

The Ghanaian was given a start and went on to play in the entire duration of the game which his side lost by two goals without reply.

The defeat leaves Ayew’s Lorient just two points above the relegation zone on the French Ligue 1 log.

Wakaso Mubarak missed the Scottish Premier League game for his Celtic side against Dundee United on Sunday.

Celtic drew the game 1-1 on the road. Three players were sent off during the game with two red carded players from the hosts Dundee United.

Captain of the Ghana Black Stars Asamoah Gyan bagged his 11 goal of the season for his United Arab Emirates club on Sunday.

The Ghanaian who has regained his scoring form for his club after the Africa Cup of Nations tournament scored the second of two for Al Ain in the home game against Al Jazira.

Omar Abdulrahman opened the scoring for Al Ain before Ghana international Asamoah Gyan added to make it 2-0. Al Jazira pulled one back via Manuel Lanzini in additional first half minutes to send both sides into the dressing room with a 2-1 score line in favour of the home side.

Both Al Ain and Al Jazira failed to find the back of the net in the second half as the game ended in a 2-1 victory for Gyan’s side.

The win puts Al Ain on course for the Arabian Gulf League title as they currently lead the league by a three-point margin ahead of second placed Al Jazira.

Asamoah Gyan played in the entire duration of top of the table clash against Al Jazira without a booking.

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