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Comprehensive wrap of Ghanaian players abroad; Kevin-Prince Boateng, four others score

Kevin-Prince Boateng celebrating with Huntelaar.

Kevin-Prince Boateng celebrating with Huntelaar.

SWITZERLAND

Samuel Afum watched from the stands as his BSC Young Boys side managed a narrow 2-1 win over FC Thun.
Ebenezer Assifuah and Ishmael Yartey both started for FC Sion when they lost 1-0 at FC Zurich. Assifuah lasted the entire 90 minutes but Yartey was replaced after 82 minutes of the game.
FRIENDLIES
Former Right to Dream Academy boy Ema Boateng scored twice for Helsingborg when they hammered Brondby 3-0 in an international club friendly. Compatriot David Accam also played in the game.
BK Hacken cruised to a 3-1 win over Falkenberg in Dubai. Nasiru Mohammed and Godsway Donyoh played for Hacken and Falkenberg respectively.
Benjamin Fadi was not involved in Malmo FF’s 1-1 draw with American side New England Revolution.
Kamal Issah started from the bench when his FC Nordsjælland side drew 1-1 with Roskilde on Saturday.
Mahatma Otoo started the game for Sogndal and lasted 68 minutes when they lost 2-1 to Førde.
Yussif Chibsah played the entire 90 minutes for Djurgården when they demolished Finnish side Mariehamn 7-0.
GERMANY
Kevin-Prince Boateng was the main-man for Schalke 04 as he set up Felipe Santana and scored the second goal when they won 2-1 against ten-man Wolfsburg side.
Anthony Annan was not in the Schalke team for the game.
German-born Karim Bellarabi came off the bench to play 23 minutes for Eintracht Braunschweig who lost 2-1 to Borussia Dortmund.
Marcel Appiah was at the heart of defence for Arminia Bielefeld when they lost 4-2 at Union Berlin.
Baba Abdul Rahman was a full-timer for Greuther Furth when they beat Aalen.
Charles Takyi was a 68th minute substitute by Energie Cottbus who lost 1-0 at Paderborn.
In the Liga 3, striker Erich Berko came off the bench to play 22 minutes for Stuttgart II when they beat bottom-place Saarbrücken 1-0.
Evans Nyarko played in central midfielder Borussia Dortmund II when they suffered a 3-0 home humiliation to Heidenheim who lead the table.
TURKEY
Jerry Akaminko marshalled the Eski?ehirspor defence when they beat Fenerbahçe 2-1 at the Eski?ehir Atatürk Stadyumu.
In the second-tier league, Emmanuel Banahene played 71 minutes for ?anl?urfaspor who drew 1-1 with Istanbul BB.
Kwame Karikari scored the match winner for Balikesirspor when they beat Adana Demirspor 1-0. Goalkeeper Richard Kingson played full time for Balikesirspor.
Former Hearts of Oak whizkid Torric Jebril played the first 45 minutes for 1461 Trabzon when they shared the spoils with Boluspor in a 3-3 draw. Former AshGold striker Shaibu Yakubu was not in the Trabzon team.
SPAIN
Ghana striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom was an unused substitute by Elche FC who beat Almeria 1-0.
Mohammed Fatau was on the bench for Granada FC when they lost 2-1 to Celta de Vigo.
In the Segunda Division, Thomas Partey played 65 minutes for Real Mallorca who lost 3-1 to Sporting Gijón on Sunday.
Segunda B, Paul Quaye played full time for Espanyol II when they lost 2-1 to Llagostera.
Fatau Mohammed played the entire 90 minutes for Granada II when they won 2-1 at Almeria II. Clifford Aboagye failed to make the Granada II squad for the game.
Isaac Nana Asare played full time for Atletio Madrid II when they lost 2-1 to Toledo.
ITALY
Kwadwo Asamoah played the full 90 minutes for Juventus and helped them to condemn Inter Milan to a 3-1 loss.
Catania and Livorno shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
Alfred Duncan was booked in the 20th minute and he lasted the full 90 minutes but AC Milan loanee Kingsley Boateng sat on the Catania bench.
Maxwell Acosty was axed from the Chievo Verona first team when they lost 3-0 to Lazio at the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi in Verona.
Raman Chibsah and Godfred Donsah both watched from the bench when Sassuolo lost 2-1 to Hellas Verona.
Torino snatched a point from AC Milan and pushed them to 10th place on the chart. Sulley Muntari started the game and lasted till the 62nd minute.
Michael Essien watched the action from the bench.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played the full 90 minutes for Udinese who beat Bologna 2-0 at their own backyard.
In the Serie B, former Inter Milan youth team player Isaac Ntow and Nana Addo Mase Welbeck were both on the Brescia bench when they beat Bari 2-1.
Amidu Salifu played full time for Modena who beat Varese 2-1.
Masahudu Alhassan played in defence for Latina who drew 1-1 with Avellino.
Bright Addae came off the bench to play 20 minutes for Gubbio who beat Grosseto 2-1 in a Lega Pro 1 game.
NETHERLANDS 
Youngster Shadrach Eghan came off the bench to score the second goal in the 60th minute for FC Twente in their 3-1 home win over Cambuur. Attacker Elvis Manu who is on loan from Feyenoord lasted the entire 90 minutes for Cambuur in the game.
Fred Benson also climbed off the bench subs bench to score in the 92nd minute for PEC Zwolle when they posted a 3-1 win over Roda JC.
Heracles Almelo succumbed to a 2-1 home loss to NAC Breda. Dutch-born Jeffrey Sarpong was replaced in second-half stoppage-time but Matthew Amoah was unused by Heracles while Kwame Quansah and Edwin Gyasi were both not in the Heracles team.
Christian Atsu lasted the entire duration of the game for Vitesse Arnhem when they held Feyenoord to a 1-1 stalemate at the Stadion Feijenoord.
Defender Johan Kapperlorf was in central defence for Groningen when they suffered a 1-0 loss at AZ Alkmaar.
Erixon Danso was in full time action for Dordrecht but could not find the net as they lost 2-0 at MVV.
Mustapha Yahaya watched from the bench as his Jong Twente side lost 2-1 at Oss.
FRANCE
Jonathan Mensah was not in the Evian TG team when they drew 1-1 with Ajaccio due to suspensio.
Jordan Ayew played the entire 90 minutes fo Sochaux when they posted a 1-0 win pver Nantes at the Stade Auguste-Bonal.
Abdul Majeed Waris was a full timer for Valenciennes when they lost 3-0 at Saint-Étienne.
In the Ligue 2, former Ghana youth striker Kwame Nsor did not play in Metz’s 2-0 reverse at Niort.
AS Monaco loanee Dennis Appiah marshalled the defence for Caen when they drew 1-1 with Troyes.
BELGIUM
Former Liberty Professionals youngster Eugene Nana Ansah was on the Lokeren bench when they drew 1-1 at Zulte-Waregem.
Bennard Kumordzi played 71 minutes for KRC Genk when they won 2-0 at Mechelen. Abdul Yakinu-Iddi was not in the Mechelen team.
Abraham Kudemor warmed the bench for Sporting Charleroi when they suffered a 1-0 home loss to KV Oostende.
Nana Akwasi Asare played full throttle for KAA Gent as they comfortably eased past OH Leuven 2-0.
Enock Adu Kofi lost his place in the Club Brugge first team squad when they defeated Mons 1-0 at their home grounds.
Daniel Opare played the full 90 minutes and helped his Standard Liege side to beat Cerlce Brugge 4-0.
Frank Acheampong lost his place in the Anderlecht team when they travelled to Lierse SK and lost 2-0.
GREECE 
Samuel Inkoom and Abdul Aziz Tetteh were both in full time action for Platanias as they beat PAOK 2-1 in the Greek Super League.
UAE
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan scored the match winner for Al Ain when they beat Al Nasr to reach the final of the Emirates President Cup.

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