Ghanaian Players Abroad: Asamoah, Essien, Muntari and more on Serie A final round

Ghanaian player Kwadwo Asamoah did not play in the final league game for Juventus against Hellas Verona in the Serie A.

The Italian Champions ended the game with two goals apiece for both clubs.

Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari and Richmond Boakye Yiadom all missed the final league day clash between Atalanta and AC Milan in the Italian Serie A.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played in the entire duration of the seven-goal thriller game in the Italian Serie A. The Ghana and Undinese midfielder lost the game against Cagliari by four goals to three.

Alfred Duncan and Afriyie Acquah had playing times for Samdoria in the home game against Parma in the Serie A.

Acquah played the first half of the game with Duncan getting 87 minutes under his belt. Sampdoria and Parma shared the spoils with a 2-2 score line.

In the Denmark Super League, Daniel Amartey played the full game for FC Koebenhavn in their away game against SoenderjydkE.

Koebenhavn claimed all three points on the road with a 2-1 victory.

Adam Larsen Kwarasey kept a clean sheet in the Major League soccer as his Portland Timbers side entertained DC United at home.

Portland Timbers won the game by a single first half goal from Maximiliano Nicolas Urruti.

Kofi Opare played the full game for away side DC United with Isaac Yartey only making the bench for home side Portland Timbers.

David Accam had 66 minutes of playing time for his Chicago Fire side in the Major League Soccer game against Montreal Impact.

The Ghanaian and his side won by three goals to nil.

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