Ghanaian Players Abroad: Ayew scores, Schlupp stays, Adomah books Wembley ticket and more

Albert Adomah and Middlesbrough booked a place at Wembley for the final play-off game at Wembley on Friday night.

The Ghanaian scored in the 3-0 victory for his side in the second leg game at home against Brentford.

The win for Middlesbrough puts them just a single win away from from playing in the English Premier League next season.

Ghanaian player Jeffrey Schlupp and his Leicester City side secured another season in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Leicester City in recent weeks have masterminded a final push to push their bid in avoiding relegation from the Premier League. That bid was finalized on Saturday after securing a goalless draw away from home at Sunderland.

Black Stars player Jeffrey Schlupp played in the entire duration of the game.

Christian Atsu once again did not travel with the Everton squad that won by two goals to one away from home in the English Premier League.

Kwadwo Asamoah made a return to the Juventus match day squad after a long injury lay off that has kept him out of football action for the whole of 2015.

The Ghanaian was named on the substitute bench for Juventus but did not have the chance to come on as his Juventus side won by two goals to one away from home.

Abdul Baba Rahman was in full action in the German Bundesliga as his Augsburg side entertained Hannover 96 at home. The Ghanaian and his side lost the home game by two goals to one.

Afriyie Acquah was given a start for Sampdoria in their Italian Serie A home game against Lazio on Saturday. The Ghanaian played 62 minutes of the game before he was replaced by Luca Rizo. Sampdoria lost the match match by a single goal from Gentiletti for away side Lazio.

Ghanaian player David Duncan did not play a part in the game for Sampdoria.

Andre Ayew found the back of the net for his Olympique Marseille side again as his uncertain future at the club is in no way hindering his performances.

The Ghanaian played in the full duration of the game that saw Marseille win by four goals without reply in the French Ligue 1.

Jordan Ayew also played the full game for Lorient in their one all draw against Nantes in the French league.

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